Thanks. I didn't see that link before. I found out from reading this that I started importing the right way, but I only imported the first xml file so far, so the article says:
You will then need to do this with each of the import files you received from Xanga.com, which could be three or more separate files.
So I will need to do this.
The thing that's disappointing is:
Important note about media files: Xanga.com does not make your media (image) files available as part of your export. Instead, the import process will embed links back to Xanga.com for all of your images. While this will work for now, keep in mind that you will not have a backup of these images and if something happens to Xanga or your account on Xanga, those images will no longer work. This is an issue with the export files Xanga.com creates, and we hope that it will change in the future.
So that means all of my blogs that had pictures uploaded and displayed in the posts will probably not be there anymore.
I will try to add the other xml files and see what happens.
By the way. My Xanga archive had 18 xml files. So I will be in a sense tracking which xml files that I'm importing one at a time, but is there a sure way of checking that the whole import is complete with all the necessary xml files to link the history of blogs together?
I with they had made it something where you can import multiple at once, that way, there's less error if you accidently skip a file.