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How do I import a page from an existing website or blog?
Being logged in, create a NEW page to hold the old page.
Open the existing page; view the source code, in whatever system you're using (Blogger, Wordpress, Notepad, Front Page, whatever).
Right click and SELECT ALL.
Open the NEW page you just created here. View it in the TEXT or CODE editor.
Paste the whole page over.
The only tweaks you might have to make now are in the area of the paragraph gapping. If you copied the code over from Blogger's Edit HTML window, the code to correctly space the paragrphs might not be in place. You'll need to add thhis code:
<br /> will throw the text to the next line down.
<br /><br /> will throw the text TWO lines down -- creating the familiar webpage paragraph format.
Type <br /><br /> once only. Copy it to the clipboard. Click in any line which ought to be blank, and hit Ctrl+V.
TIP: start at the bottom of the page and work to the top ... for some reason, it's just easier this way!
With the paragraphs correctly gapped, view the page in the Rich Text Editor.
The whole thing should look fine. Click SAVE AND CLOSE.