Is there a way to download all my posts on my blog in bulk? I'm deleting my blog but want to reuse the posts in some way.
All you need is a list of the URL's to automate this. I wrote a hub this week about doing this for HP hubs, but the same ideas can be used for any list of URL's.
If you are a Windows user, you can paste the list into the Multiple Download section of a free tool like VisualWget.
For a Mac user, a simple
curl -OL `cat myurllist`
in Terminal would do it quickly.
Of course if your host has FTP or ssh access, it is even easier.
Oh, ok. I thought she wanted to download the post content in her mysql. In which case you would do a file download of your database, then upload it to your new database.
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