Alternative for importing iFrames

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  • #1142482

    pitchshift
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    I know WordPress.com doesn’t support iFrames but I’m looking to move my blog onto here from Blogger. The problem I have at least 80% of 560 posts on my blog have iFrames in; so if I run the import a large chunk of my content will be missing. Is there a work around for this or will I have to start my content from scratch?

    My site – http://www.dnbblog.co.uk/

    #1142600

    supportbot
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    #1142612

    raincoaster
    Member

    There really isn’t as far as I’m aware. Sorry. What is in the iframes, anyway?

    #1142621

    pitchshift
    Member

    DJ mixes embedded into my posts.

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