Drupal to MediaWiki migration

Move Drupal to MediaWiki in just a few mouse clicks and save all your website content including SEO juice and content relations.

Check what types of data can be moved and set up Free Demo migration right now! Be sure that every single piece of your content is preserved because automated migration works like a charm.

Drupal
Supported Version: 5.x-9.x
MediaWiki
Supported Version: 1.15.x - 1.35.x

What Data Can Be Moved with Drupal to MediaWiki Migration

Supported Entities
PagesStatic website content e.g. About us pageSupported
PostsArticles posted on a page e.g. Blog postSupported
CategoriesContent categories and sections with preserved “parent-child” relations and posts belonging to themSupported
Commentspost comments, including author name, email, created date, status, authorSupported
Content ImagesImages, corresponding to all posts and pages in the source site !Supported
UsersInformation about each user, e.g. Email, Login, First Name, Last Name, Nickname, user created dateSupported
SEO URLsWe do our best to keep your SEO URLs the sameSupported

Notes (migration from Drupal)

To migrate from Drupal CMS with "301 Redirects from old URLs to new URLs" additional option included, please, make sure that you have installed Redirect module to your Existing Drupal site ahead of time and it collected all the data correctly.

In order to migrate metadata from your Existing Drupal website, please, make sure that you have installed one of the following modules to your Drupal site ahead of time and it collected all the data correctly.

The following modules are supported: Image, Path, Taxonomy.
Path - a unique, last part of the URL for a specific function or piece of content. For instance, for a page whose full URL is http://example.com/?q=node/7, the path is “node/7”.
Taxonomy - is the name of a powerful core module that gives your sites use of terms. These terms are gathered within vocabularies which the Taxonomy module allows you to create, manage and apply.
Attachments supported only for versions 5.x-6.x
Password migration supported only for versions 5.x-6.x
Custom fields migration supported only for versions 7.x-8.x
There is an option to migrate Drupal Tags as categories or Tags
“Drupal” is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert

Notes (migration to MediaWiki)

In order to migrate comments from your Existing CMS to MediaWiki, please install Comments extension to your New MediaWiki site in advance.
“MediaWiki” is a registered trademark of Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.
Additional Options
Migrate images / attachments to content body ?This option allows to transfer your images and attachments (such as PDF, MP3, CVS, TXT files, etc.) from posts/articles to the new website.Supported
Insurance migration restart during 7 days ?This option allows to restart migration during the specified period of time.Supported
Insurance migration restart during 14 days ?This option allows to restart migration during the specified period of time.Supported
Insurance migration restart during 30 days ?This option allows to restart migration during the specified period of time.Supported

Video Tutorial for Drupal to MediaWiki Migration

Watch a step-by-step video tutorial on how to perform Drupal to MediaWiki migration with CMS2CMS and just in five minutes you will be ready to complete full data transfer from Drupal to MediaWiki

Estimate Your Own Drupal to MediaWiki Migration Price

To receive the most accurate calculation of your migration price, please indicate the exact amount of your current data.

FROM:

TO:

I want to migrate:
Please Enter the Number of Forums
Please Enter the Number of Forums Topics
Please Enter the Number of Forums Posts
Please Enter the Number of Pages & Posts
Please Enter the Number of Users
Please Enter the Number of Comments
Please Enter the Number of Taxonomy

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How Drupal to MediaWiki Migration Works

1. Register an Account

2. Provide Your Site's URL

3. Start Free Demo

Supported Modules

Apart from content, CMS2CMS also moves the most significant modules data out of your current web site to the corresponding ones on your new web site. So, take a look at the list of available plugin combinations below. Note. In order to migrate data from a plugin on your current web site, please set up its counterpart on the new website prior to starting your migration setup.

Drupal CCK Migration from Drupal CCK plugin is supported to Default MediaWiki Content Supported

Why to do Drupal to MediaWiki Migration with CMS2CMS?

15 Minutes' Drupal Migration

On average, it takes only a quarter of an hour to get your website moved

100% Drupal uptime

Data is migrated with no downtime for your current Drupal website

Technical Support

You will get every bit of help needed and even more

What People Say about Drupal to MediaWiki Migration

Claudio Meira
Claudio Meira

CMS2CMS did an amazing job migrating a very very old CMS to Wordpress. And they also migrate our large forum. They are quick with customer response which is great and have helped with any issues that I saw.

Thomas Jay
Thomas Jay

Worth every penny. Saved us many hours of hand-moving data. It got all the data from the old Drupal site and placed it in the new WordPress site. There was a slight hitch with the test, but their support worked it out very quickly.

Pierre le Roux
Pierre le Roux

The Hippo roller website used Joomla for five years and to implement the major decision to move to Wordpress meant moving hundreds of articles and images from K2. This seemed like a daunting task until we tested cms2cms. BRILLIANT!

Vickii Howell
Vickii Howell

I've done the test migration from Joomla to Wordpress and I could not be happier with the results! It even ported over videos connected with the articles, just fabulous.