efore importing content using the page migration tool, a bookmarklet needs to be installed onyour browser.FOLLOW
Once it is installed, navigate to a page you want to import3.
nspect the page.
f any of the following conditions apply, it is not suitable for automatedimport:a.
t is mostly links or it has significant number of links on the page(the import tool works best with pages containing text content)b.
The page has a complex, 2 or 3 column layout
ext, determine where this page should be located in the new website organization
Click the Preview and Migrate bookmark that was installed in step one.6.
A new window appears containing a few elements to review ( a detailed description of each of these appears below).Once you submit the page, a new content page in Common
pot is created
The content import tool determines a page name for the imported page by examining its existing URL.The filename for a page appears after the last forward slash in the URL.
ote the following examples:http://www.usccb.org/cchd/info.shtml---> becomes
(what appears after the period in the filename) is removed. Common
pot files have a.cfm extension that the import tool will apply automatically.
This will also affect rendering of the pages breadcrumb.
f the page name you choose istoo long , the breadcrumb element will break.