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WordPress Seed Page Layout. How To Export It In XML File Format

What is WordPress Seed Page Layout?

The WordPress Seed Page Layout establishes the structure and appearance of each page, incorporating key elements.

Referred to as a “seed page,” it represents the starting point from which pages evolve and take shape.

Our software utilizes this seed page layout to generate new pages. Thus, all pages within your project will maintain a consistent look, with variations in data specified in your Google Sheet.

Ultimately, the WordPress Seed Page Layout serves as a foundation for users to build and customize their website pages.

To upload the WordPress seed page layout to your project you need to export it from WordPress in xml file format.

How to Export a WordPress Page in XML File Format?

To export a WordPress page in XML file format, you can follow these steps:

Step 1: Login to WordPress Admin

Access the admin area of your WordPress website by entering your username and password.

Step 2: Navigate to Tools > Export

In the WordPress dashboard, go to the “Tools” menu and click on “Export.”

Step 3: Choose Content to Export

You’ll be presented with different options for what content to export. Select “Pages” to export only pages.

Step 4: Select Export File Format

WordPress may offer several export file formats, including XML and WXR (WordPress eXtended RSS). Choose “XML” as the file format for your export.

Step 5: Download Export File

Click on the “Download Export File” button to initiate the export process. WordPress will generate an XML file containing the selected pages and provide a download link.

Step 6: Save Exported XML File

Depending on your browser settings, the exported XML file may automatically download to your computer, or you may be prompted to choose a location to save it. Select an appropriate folder on your computer and click “Save” to store the exported XML file.

That’s it! You’ve successfully exported a WordPress page in XML file format. You can now use this XML file to upload to your project on SERPs.com