Import Mageplaza M1 Blog to Magento 2 Blog

We can all agree that a blog is an inevitable part of a successful website. This is a great tool that advances customer experience and evokes clients' interest in your services. If you already have a blog in your online store, you know what an influence it may have on website navigation and customer involvement.

Since eCommerce is constantly developing, there may be plenty of reasons for you to import your blog from one platform or vendor to another. Our Magento 2 Blog Extension can be one of your possible options, thanks to the flexibility and a great load of options it provides.

So, in this guide, you'll learn how to import a blog from Mageplaza M1 Blog to our Magento 2 Blog. 

How to Import Blog from Mageplaza M1

To import Mageplaza M1 Blog to Magento 2 Blog, follow the steps described below.

  1. Go to Content > Blog > Import > Import from Mageplaza.

Import Blog from Mageplaza M1

2. Complete the following fields:

  • Fill in the Database Name you want to import your blog from.
  • Enter the User Name.
  • Add the Password.
  • Specify your old blog's host in the Database Host field.
  • Fill in the Table Prefix.

How to Import Blog from Mageplaza M1

3. Press the Start Import button. 

Note: to import and display the images from your old blog, you have to copy the images files to the Magento pub/media/magefan_blog directory. 


For security concerns, databases are set up to only accept requests from the same server where they are requested, and they reject all requests from other servers.

Thus, in case you experience some issues while importing your blog, it's recommended to migrate your old blog's database to the same server where your Magento database is stored. Alternatively, you can adjust the database user rights and enable access from other servers by editing the old database settings.

And these are all the steps you have to take to import your blog from Mageplaza M1 to Magefan Magento 2 Blog. Just follow the instructions carefully and make sure to fill in the accurate information. The last thing you need is to learn how to configure and manage Magento 2 Blog.