How to Export Weebly Website and transfer into different host (DivTagTemplates.com)

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7 Responses to “How to Export Weebly Website and transfer into different host (DivTagTemplates.com)”

  1. DivTagTemplate Says:

    Though just keep in mind that certain Weebly functions as mentioned in the video would not function properly after exporting! Best to try it on a couple of test Weebly sites to get comfortable with what you can or cannot do 🙂

  2. colmad Says:

    Thanks Jeremy. I suppose editing back in Weebly and then re-uploading to our own server isn’t’ too arduous. Bit of a nuisance but not too bad.

  3. DivTagTemplate Says:

    You either have to hardcode any further changes directly in your server, or you will have to make the change in Weebly Editor, export it again and upload into your server – a bit of a pain.

    As for your second question – yes I think it is possible but then again, you will have to hard code this into the website.

    As a general rule of thumb, while it is possible to export Weebly’s website into your own host, maintaining it going forward does require technical skills beyond that of Weebly.

  4. colmad Says:

    Great Video Jeremy. Could I ask how do you edit the site when you’ve moved over? Or do you have to go back into Weebly to use that as an editor?

    Would it be possible to install a WordPress blog onto the exported site somehow? Even if it was just a hyperlink from the nav bar?

  5. DivTagTemplate Says:

    You’re welcome! Just another option for Weebly users 🙂

  6. Dan75D Says:

    Thanks guys, awesome video. Didn’t realise you could do this! Very impressed, thanks for sharing and teaching.

  7. mpelevatorsolutions Says:

    Awesome video dude, this was exactly what i was looking for since i subrscibed a while back and it just showed up at my email randomly without me even looking for it haha. You the man!

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