It’s been a while since I took on any WordPress work. This week I cloned a HTML site to WordPress for Medisoft, a software company in Leeds, using a basic template as a starting point and adapting to fit.

You can see the results below. Click the thumbnails to enlarge. It’s not an exact copy due to the limitations of WordPress templates, but I was pleased with how close I got it in a day and a half. The first screenshot is the original site and the second is my WordPress clone.


The new Medisoft site should be online within the next week or so.

I’ve really enjoyed getting back into WordPress. I ran, maintained and adapted a reasonably busy WordPress community site for six years, but have not had much cause to work with it since – beyond the basics, anyway. I used to spend entire weekends adapting forums, plugins and other bits and pieces to fit; our use of WordPress was fairly unconventional and needed a lot of customisation.

The last job I did was a custom WordPress manual for Capera Ltd.

I’m going to add WordPress support as a service in the next few days. Email me if you need assistance with installing or maintaining your WordPress site.

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Claire Broadley

Technical writer, blogger, and editor at Red Robot Media
Claire Broadley has been a technical author and web content writer at Red Robot since 2010. She contributes to dozens of websites, focusing on consumer technology, online privacy, digital marketing, and small business topics.
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