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  p2pConverter (4.2 KiB, 9,185 hits)


UPDATE:
This plugin has been replaced by pTypeConverter since WordPress 2.9. Please use the new plugin for the newest versions of WordPress.

Well, this is my very first WordPress plugin that I have created. Let me tell you why I finally broke down and created one for myself.

You see, I am an administrator for the Secrets of the Universe and on that site are quite a few static pages. However (probably during an update or server recovery or something of the such) all of the static pages ended up as regular posts, and the permalinks broke. When this was finally discovered, I sought a solution to convert the posts back to pages easily. Well, after searching for such a plugin (I could only find one such called Post2Page yet it was broken, and I could not find any way to contact the author) I stumbled across a few websites that gave me some clues as to get this type of plugin to work. Anyways, that’s the story…I eventually learned how to put it together into a plugin, and here it is for your enjoyment!

This plugin has been updated with its own capability, p2pConverter, which is automatically applied to Administrators and Editors on activation. This capability can easily be modified to work with other roles via a Roles and Capabilities plugin. Also, WordPress updated a hook for manage_page_columns in version 2.5, so Scompt’s extra plugins are not included in this version. If you are using a pre-2.5 version of WordPress, please download one of the Archived plugins.

A couple more new features I would like to highlight are the fact that the Convert option works nicer when using the search bar to find specific posts. Also, you can now convert the post/page while you are editing it, automatically taking you to the edit screen for the new page/post. (I don’t know how many times I have started a post, only to realize that I meant for it to be a page or vice versa…this is very handy to have now!) Just look for the convert option in the bottom right side bar on the edit post/page screen.

Oh, and the newest version also includes a nice AJAX interface in the Manage section.

And this plugin has now been optimized for 2.7.

UPDATE:
This plugin has been replaced by pTypeConverter since WordPress 2.9. Please use the new plugin for the newest versions of WordPress.

== p2pConverter==
Author: bbbco
Author URI: http://www.briandgoad.com/blog
Plugin URI: http://www.briandgoad.com/blog/p2pConverter
Tags: manage, edit, page, pages, admin, plugin, convert, post, posts, change, p2p
Requires at least: 2.5
Tested up to: 2.7.1
Stable tag: 0.8

== Description ==
Converts either a static Page into a Post, or a Post into a static Page! Depending on what type you want to convert, click on Posts or Pages. In the main table of all the Posts or Pages listed, you will see an extra column, with a Convert to Post! or Convert to Page! option. If you want to convert a Page or a Post to the either, click that button. Or you can click the Convert button while editing a Post or Page right next to the Delete and Publish buttons.  A p2pConverter role capability prevents unwanted users from converting pages (i.e. only Administrators and Editors have this ability to begin with), which can be adjusted by using a Role Manager plugin.

== Installation ==
Copy the `p2pConverter` directory to your plugins directory and activate the p2pConverter
plugin from WordPress, and volia! You will now be able to convert!

== Frequently Asked Questions ==
None yet!
[Ask a question] mailto: bdgoad (at) gmail (dot) com

== Future Plans ==
* Incorporate bulk managemnet system per request (any advice in hooking into the new Bulk management system would be welcome!)

== Version History ==
= Version 0.8 =
* Layout adjustment for 2.7(.1)
* Minor tweaks

= Version 0.7 =
* AJAX-ified things.
* Script.aculo.us-ed the Manage section.
* OOP-ed the code

= Version 0.6 =
* Can convert post/page while in Edit Mode (located in bottom right side bar)
* Works nicer when using the search bar to find specific posts/pages
* Easier to mass manage
* Now includes own Role Capability, which automatically defaults to Administrators and Editors (can be adjusted using Role Manager plugin).

= Version 0.5 =
* As per request, Convert! option only available to roles with the ability to Delete Posts and/or Pages
* Included comments in my plugin
* Tab structured code
= Version 0.4 =
* Integrated title of Post/Page into prompt
= Version 0.3 =
* Integrated with default css
* Included prompt to ensure user accuracy
= Version 0.2 =
* Initial work on plugin
* Including scompt’s ManageCustomPages
= Version 0.1 =
* Idea / Concept formulation
= Download Now! =

*Version 0.8

  p2pConverter (4.2 KiB, 9,185 hits)


124 Responses »

  1. Insalled your plug in – it works with the post, but have not options on the page convert. Any suggestions.

    Thanks

  2. This plugin uses scompt’s Manage Custom Pages script, which is included in the zip folder. Please ensure that the managepages.php and json.php files are included in the folder along with p2pconverter.php.

    If this is the cases, there might be an issue with another plugin interfering with scompt’s ManageCustomPages plugin.

    Brian

  3. Thanks Brian

    This plugin was just the ticket. One of my sites was recently compromised and as part of the attack, all the pages were changed to posts, so this was a great way of changing them all back…

  4. Cris B:

    I am glad it helped you! Thanks for the feedback!

    Brian

  5. Hello,

    I’ve installed this plugin last week and it’s really useful, thank you so much!

    Adam

  6. thanks.. thats very cool plugin.
    Thank you very much

  7. Thank you very much!

    This plugin saved my life on a corrupted wordpress 2.1 installation at visible-orbit.org. I upgraded to 2.5.1 and then made use of your plugin to turn all the posts (that had mysteriously been converted from pages) back to pages again.

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  9. Awesome plugin!! Should have been a default feature within WP from the start to be honest.

    Is it possible to add support for the Role Manager (v2.2.2) plugin so that you can allow only certain roles to be able to convert posts to pages and the other way round?

  10. Steven,

    Thanks for your comment. There are currently no plans to add support to integrate with Role Manager unless there is enough request and support for it. If you would like to modify the plugin to integrate like you would like with your website, you may do so as per the GPL license.

    Thanks again for your feedback, and let me know if you do choose to modify the plugin!

  11. p2pConverter…

    This plugin allows you to easily convert a post to a page and vice versa through an easy to use interface. Just click on your Manage tab in Administration, and you will see a Convert option under….

  12. This is a cool plugin

  13. VERY COOL PLUGIN!!! This plugin works like a charm with 2.5, which saved me hours of time.

    One recommendation: Have a batch conversion. You could add in the Page or Post Manage tab an option to convert all posts/pages that are selected. However, even without this feature it’s still relatively easy (unless of course you have hundreds of conversions, but it’s still easier than doing it by hand). THANK YOU. ~Paul

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  21. Bbbco,

    Much thanks, great plugin! Been wondering if someone was going to be motivated enough to produce a version that worked! Summum Bonum

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  25. Hi! I have a question: When you convert a page to a post, are there any rewrite rules created as part of the process?

    I have a page that has been linked to numerous times. I’d like to change it to a post, but I don’t want to mess up all of those links & bookmarks.

    TIA! –Lisa

  26. Lisa,

    This plugin does not contain any rewrite rules other than the $wp_rewrite->flush_rules() function. However, after running some tests, it seems that WordPress checks automatically to see if the reference is correct, and if not to redirect it to the correct closest matching URL. Example: If I had a page at http://www.briandgoad.com/blog/test and I converted it, the new URL would become http://www.briandgoad.com/2008/08/test. If I tried to access this page at the previous address, WordPress would automatically forward me to the new URL. This works vice versa, regardless of whether you have converted a post/page or not.
    Hope this helps!

    Brian

  27. Thanks for the info – I never even thought to check that!

    It doesn’t seem to work, though, if you’re not using permalinks. My page address is http://www.lisaclarke.net/?page_id=43 but it comes up empty if I try to find http://www.lisaclarke.net/?p=43

    I also tried to find a post that lives at http://www.lisaclarke.net/?p=667 by typing in http://www.lisaclarke.net/?page_id=667 and that also fails.

    I might be able to rig up something in the .htaccess file. Thanks for the quick reply.

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  29. [...] Page2Post (or Post2Page) Converter. It’s a simple plugin that converts your posts to pages or vice-versa. I know that I had a lot of pages that had built up over the years, and the original hierarchy had got lost. Not wanting to delete them, they were piling up in my ‘pages’ menu, simple answer: convert them to posts, they’re then archived! Alternatively, if you have a post that is a classic or a foundational type post: why not make it a page? You no longer have to copy and paste it. One click! Voila! [...]

  30. thanks, works great!

  31. Hi, I need a plugin like this!
    I’ve given it a go, but as per my attempts to modify the database manually, I don’t get the ‘converted’ page to display correctly – only an image within the post is converted; the text is lost. And the url goes back to a id# rather than a friendly one.

    It might be a permalinks issue? I’ve got the all-in-one-seo plugin (and the permalink redirect plugin) – I they that might affect it, but deactivating it doesn’t help??
    Thanks,

  32. Mic,
    You should not have to modify the database manually. You should only have to install this plugin, and it will take care of the database changes for you.

    What version of WP are you using? I see that your permalinks are structured by category, but doing some tests on my Sandbox WP, that does not affect the plugin.

    I do not exactly understand what you mean by saying that only an image is converted… After conversion, the page/post permalinks should remain in tact. Can you send me an email with more info?

  33. Thanks for the Great Plugin!

    Cheers.

  34. [...] I was searching for some way to convert a WordPress post (a blog entry) to a page (static content) without the need to edit individual database entries: ‘post_status’ column – from ‘publish’ to ’static’ etc when I came across p2pConverter [...]

  35. I’m a newbie to WordPress and created posts instead of pages – your plugin saved me hours of copying and pasting – thx very much

  36. Thanks!!! You just saved me a lot of time!

  37. I upgraded a friend’s blog from WP 2.1 to 2.7 and all the (dozens of) pages became posts for no good reason. This plugin has saved my hours of (unpaid) work- THANKS!

  38. This plug-in is really good

  39. Nicely done! The integration into the interface is particularly slick.

    A couple points relating to v2.7 (that may apply to earlier versions as well):

    I notice that it leaves orphaned rows in wp_term_relationships for any categories associated with a post when converted to a page.

    I have not checked, but it would be worth examining whether orphaned records are left in wp_postmeta (with meta_key = _wp_page_template) for a page template assigned to a page converted to a post.

  40. One more note: the guid in wp_posts does not update to reflect the standard values that would be given. For example:

    http://folmc/?p=178

    should convert to:

    http://folmc/?page_id=178

    The original guid does properly redirect, though, so this does not appear to be a critical problem. I suspect that the difference between the two formats of guid is left over from earlier versions when pages and posts were more differentiated.

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  44. This worked absolutely fantastic! Saved me a lot of time.

  45. what a great plugin! I did the same thing as the comment above mine. I have over 300 pages that I created for a website, and I may want to convert them to posts for design and category sake and also ease of changing themes. This will make the job tolerable! If I convert the pages over to posts, do I need to continue to keep the plugin active in the future for the redirects to continue to work?

  46. Just downloaded the zip file, the other required files

    “This plugin uses scompt’s Manage Custom Pages script, which is included in the zip folder. Please ensure that the managepages.php and json.php files are included in the folder along with p2pconverter.php.”

    are not included in the Zip as mentioned.

  47. Those files are no longer needed, as Scompt’s Manage Custom Pages script has been integrated into WordPress since version 2.5, thus they are no longer included in the most recent versions of p2pConverter.

  48. Fantastic plugin – thank you very much for creating it! It saved me a bunch of time manually editing tables.

  49. What determines the category used when pages are converted into posts? I want to use a certain category.

    Also — bulk convert! Finish this soon please! Heh.

  50. The Pages that have been converted to a Post will attain the default category you have listed (i.e. whichever category cannot be deleted). (I will assume you have the latest version of WP, 2.7.0/.1 ) In order to easily modify which category your new posts use, you can check the ones you want to adjust in the Edit mode, and then from the Bulk options drop-down, select Edit. From the new drop-down menus that appear, you can select which category(ies) you want to place them in and hit Update Posts.

    Hope this info helps! And I do intend to include bulk edit options soon! (However, there are not currently any good hooks to use for the bulk options, so I am a bit stuck)

    Brian

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  52. The most useful plugin i have have used!! :)

    had around 50 blogs with static pages that i wanted to change.

    Thanx a lot

  53. Hi there,

    Full credit to you – this is a really useful, well put together plug-in.

    You really helped me out by creating this.

    Thanks very much!

    Si

  54. This is a great idea. Does the plugin keep all existing comments with the converted page/post too? And is there an option to keep a copy of the original page/post too?

  55. i freakin’ love you man.

  56. Not that I’m totally impressed, but this is more than I expected for when I stumpled upon a link on Delicious telling that the info is quite decent. Thanks.

  57. hi thanks alot for this tool. one question though, i converted a post to a page but it still belong to a category (I can see it when i click the category it belonged to previously). pages shouldn’t have categories. how can i fix this?
    thanks!

  58. Thanks! I had an error at install (from zip), fixed it by uninstalling and reinstalling your plugin (from wp). Posting the error to let you know reinstall worked.
    Warning: in_array() [function.in-array]: Wrong datatype for second argument in \wp-admin\includes\plugin.php on line 268

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  60. Thanks, Brian. Another website is tidier, thanks to your efforts! One day I’ll get the hang of WP…

  61. Brian,

    Having trouble with this plugin and 2.7.1 and page slug. Usually the page slug appears below the title text field on the Edit page, but after conversion to a Page the slug isn’t there to edit. I DID notice that if you do a Quick Edit on the page, the slug IS there, but it’d be great for my users to be able to edit the slug where they usually edit it. Any thoughts?

  62. Brian,

    Two things:

    1) Please disregard my last post… I didn’t have custom permalinks set up, so that’s why the slug wasn’t showing on the edit page. My bad.

    2) Thanks for a really nice plugin. It does exactly what I needed done without any hassle. Great work!

  63. Thanks so much! Thanks for posting your resolution as well for any other users that might be experiencing this and interested in a solution!

  64. So glad you wrote this so I don’t have to! My only wish is for a direct link that will work with wget. /download/1/ isn’t working

  65. Thanks for making an awesome script.. it saved me a lot of trouble and headache for my site! Great work! :D

  66. Very interesting. And it is working fine on WP 2.8.1 too.

  67. It works and for that thank you!

    However when it converts the page to a post it does a 302 temporary redirect. Now Google does not look kindly on these types of redirects.

    Is it possible to make some adjustments to the plugin so that it uses a search engine friendly 301 redirect?

    Thanks
    Danny

  68. Wonderful plug-in and just what I need. Thank you.

    I do have near 1000 posts to convert though, so was wondering if there is an eta on the bulk application.

    I appreciate you.

  69. Fantastic plugin! Love it.

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  72. Hi -

    Yahoo upgraded my version of WordPress from 2.3 to 2.8 and all of my pages were converted into posts. Yahoo has not been helpful at all in terms of correcting the problem, although they admitted that it should not have happened. Their engineers are blaming it on my theme, but it happened to TWO of my sites, so I am skeptical.

    I’m going to try your plug-in to see if I can fix the problem. 2 years of work! Yikes… I’ll check back in with some results.

  73. The plug-in worked! Fantastic. Very simple. I just published each post (that used to be a page) into a page and the site amazingly figured it out. Like magic! Even the hyperlinks worked again. I am astounded.

    Thanks so much. I will now move on to my new site and let you know how that progresses.

    I will make a donation!

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  75. Goopy,

    Glad that the plugin was extremely helpful to you! I enjoy hearing great feedback from users about this simple plugin.

    Brian

  76. Hi there!

    You have a great app! Thank you so much for the efforts. I was just wondering (as others are) when you plan to incorporate a Bulk convert function? Is this in the works? If so, when will it be complete? Please let me know!

    Thanks a lot!

    Dan

  77. Thanks for writing this plugin. One suggestion that you could consider is to allow keeping the post/page after converting to page/post because in some situations it would be useful to have an entry as both a page and a post.

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  79. Thanks for the plugin. Simple, and totally useful.

  80. Great plugin, but i need to convert all post to pages and import them to another site. Is there any way to convert all post to page without having to manualy config each post? Cause i got lots of post…….

  81. never mind, i found this on the wp-forum and it works great to convert all posts:

    Thanks guys, great idea. Here’s the sql I ran to convert posts to pages.

    update wp_posts set post_type = ‘page’ WHERE post_type = ‘post’

    the only thing that may* vary is if you used a different prefix on your table names, which would mean the table name may vary, slightly. wp_posts is the default, so wp_ may not be your prefix.

  82. Hi Brian, Thanks for a great plug-in that I used making my first WP blog (when I was wrestling with page vs posts for lots of articles).

    Why doesn’t P2P show up in WP Plugin Search under “Add New” with an automatic install option? I’m doing a new blog now and it won’t show up. I’ve searched “P2P” “page to post” “P2P Converter” etc. Nothing.

    Meanwhile, on my 2.8.6 blog I love that Convert to Page/Post button! Thank you!

  83. By the way…it is very easy to manually install P2P by manually copying it to the the PlugIns folder (I use FileZilla). But I’m still annoyed that WP’s built in search is not listing your very useful and functional plug-in.

  84. Thanks for a very useful plug-in.

  85. Thanks very much! Very useful plugin. Very nicely included in the editing page too.

    Frank

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  93. Thanks, man.

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  97. Thank you so much for great plugin.
    This is mus for everyone.

  98. Thanks for the great plug-in. I’m cleaning up a clients WP site and her last person had everything as posts, instead of pages, so her blog page wasn’t working correctly. This just save me at least an hour.

    Terri :)

  99. BRILLIANT plugin, thank you so much!

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  102. WP 3.0 has custom post types, where we can create more than just pages and posts, but post types of our own design. I would like to convert some of my pages to a custom post type I will create. Will it do this? Or can you change the plugin to do it?

    Is it really just a matter of one field in the posts table that needs to be changed, or is there something else?

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  105. This was an excellent tool but has stopped working for me as of WP 2.8 /2.9 -I’m running WPMU which is closer to WP 3.0 core. Do you plan to update this for 2.9 /3.0 compatibility?

  106. I am currently looking into upgrading the tool for 3.0, but only have limited time.

  107. This plugin has been updated to pTypeConverter for version 2.9/3.0 of WordPress.
    http://www.briandgoad.com/blog/downloads/ptypeconverter/

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  110. [...]   p2pConverter 0.8» Brian D. Goad (url)This plugin allows you to easily convert a post to a page and vice versa through an easy to use interface. You may either click on your Manage tab in Administration, and you will see a Convert option under Posts and Pages sub-tabs, or click Convert while editing a post or page in the bottom right side bar. A p2pConverter role capability prevents unwanted users from converting pages (i.e. only Administrators and Editors have this ability), which can be adjusted by using a Role Manager plugin. [...]

  111. [...] Il primo passo da fare è creare un’installazione di WordPress vuota e aggiornata, senza post e senza pagine, ricordando di cancellare tutto il contenuto creato di default e di creare una categoria che chiameremo Importazione, nella quale andranno a confluire tutti i post – pagine e articoli senza distinzione perché Joomla raccoglie tutto il contenuto inserito in un unica tabella del DB. Successivamente, per gestire facilmente la conversione dei post in pagina, sarà possibile utilizzare l’ottimo plugin p2pConverter di Di Brian D. Goad. [...]

  112. Me gusta mucho como hicieron su blog, yo apenas estoy aprendiendo… felicidades y saludos

  113. this is what I looking for, can’t find it on any terms of “page to post” or “change post to page” inside plugin repository .. doesn’t know it called p2p :D
    glad i found this ..

  114. Thank you for great plugin. This save me a lot of time.

  115. Wow – you saved me so much time, this plug-in is great!

  116. If you’re using the most recent version of WordPress, you really should be using the update to this plugin call pTypeConverter found at http://www.briandgoad.com/downloads/ptypeconverter/

  117. Brian! installed the plugin on WordPress

    When the plugin starts I get this:

    The ajax request failed. :(

    and the plugin does not function.

    Any advice?
    – Thanks – Chris Jones

  118. Thanks for your feedback! We determined that the issue was caused by an old outdated plugin using javascript that loaded on every admin page, causing interferance with other javascripts (like this plugin uses).

  119. this is amazing plugin – help a lot.
    thanks – keep up the good work

  120. I did download your new version, then what do I do to convert a post to a page?
    Thank you,
    Sillycook

  121. Hello, I read and found out that i need to click on Convert tab. Where is that tab? Please help.
    Sillycook

  122. I’ve got the old plug-in installed… p2pConverter. So what do I do? Do I first de-activate the old plug-in, or do I leave it activated when I “install & activate” ptypeconverter, and then de-activate p2pConverter?

    In Many Thanks,
    Tommy

  123. This plugin is exactly what we needed. Worked flawlessly converting hundreds of pages to posts for us. Thanks.

  124. Great plugin, it is a big help

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