I have service eCommerce website in graphic designs service provider in word press, I want to convert it , Is it possible? << Snipped >>
Can you please confirm, how you are managing your catalog in wordpress? Are you using any plugin for that?
Yes, you can but that requires proper migration from Wordpress to Magento.
If you do have the technical expertise then you can easily do it the help of extensions by following proper guidelines and if you do not have the technical expertise then I would recommend consulting an expert.
You can do it easily by choosing the entities you want to migrate from WooCommerce to Magento or performing full migration. Please follow the complete guidelines before proceeding.
is there a tutorial video on youtube about this ?
I want to convert this website (auto inductieladen) to magento.
I currently have a Magento store, and my home page is the CMS page. I'd like to link this CMS page to my WordPress blog. The first idea that sprang to me was to use Wordpress Loop on the Magento CMS page, but Wordpress Loop does not appear to support PHP. You might try putting up wordpress as your main site and styling it to match your magento style, and companies like https://prosvit.design/websites-for-accountants/ can assist you with this. After that, the visitor will have a better user interface experience. One issue: if you want comments to appear in wordpress, you'll need to reconcile two accounts: one for wordpress and one for Magento.
It can be done. You need to create the products, orders and customer so that your data must not loss. Products and customers can be created using API, you can fetch data and create products and customers. For orders you need to make extension to create some customisations and then you can fetch orders from Wordpress site. And your current Wordpress site can be converted into Magento.
Here are some key steps to convert a WordPress site to Magento for ecommerce:
Theme & Design
Testing & Launch
Be strategic in what core data to migrate vs recreate in Magento. Allocate time for theme development, SEO adjustments and rigorous testing.