Converting content from another system

We have legacy content that's currently in FrameMaker, being published to HTML5 via WebWorks e-Publisher. Can this content easily be converted to a Confluence Wiki?

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Hi Ilana,

you may have a look at Importing Content Into Confluence. There is a section about importing HTML and a HTML to Confluence Importer noted. You may give this a try.

Another solution might be to let FrameMaker output into a more import-friendly format (if this is possible somehow) and still use some of the available importers.

Or just hire us for helping you out ;)

The answer is "not really". No matter how much effort you put into it, any converted doc is going to get broken along some lines when moving between platforms. You could spend a week building the perfect template for migration, and then two weeks trying to figure out why it doesn't work.

Or you could just spend a week manually importing the docs. You can manually import/format ALOT of docs in a week. :)

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