Yes, you got it right – when moving your website to WordPress, Joomla or Drupal (as well as from these platforms), the menus will be transferred too, thanks to the brand new feature added to CMS2CMS migration process.

?MS2CMS techs work hard to improve the website conversion so that you spend the least time not only for the migration itself, but also for the post-migration settings. Today, it’s the turn of menu conversion. Let us tell you in more details what this news means for your prospective migration project.

First, you can migrate menus from Drupal 6.x-7.x, Joomla 1.5.x-3.x and WordPress 3.x to any of these CMSs (but newer versions – Drupal 7.x, Joomla 3.x and WordPress 3.x).

Here’s the list of menu items supported:
  •  Custom menu items (can include external links etc)
  •  Content (linking to website content)
  •  Categories (links to post categories)
  •  Tags (if present on the source website)

Note. For Joomla, K2 content and tags are supported as well.

So, if this looks like a good option for website migration, don’t put it off. Migrate your website from Drupal to WordPress or choose any other migration between this CMS. Try the Demo migration for totally free and have up to 10 content pages moved to your new site. No risk involved, plus it takes just a couple minutes of your time to check how your existing content would feel and look on the new platform.