As I just found out this same plugin works rather nicely for preparing your content for Statamic as well. The below is pulled directly from the readme ...
- Converts all posts, pages, and settings from WordPress for use in Jekyll
- Export what your users see, not what the database stores (runs post content through `the_content` filter prior to export, allowing third-party plugins to modify the output)
- Converts all `post_content` to Markdown Extra (using Markdownify)
- Converts all `post_meta` and fields within the `wp_posts` table to YAML front matter for parsing by Jekyll
- Generates a `_config.yml` with all settings in the `wp_options` table
- Outputs a single zip file with `_config.yml`, pages, and `_posts` folder containing `.md` files for each post in the proper Jekyll naming convention
- No settings. Just a single click.
1. Place plugin in
2. Make sure `extension=zip.so` line is uncommented in your `php.ini`
3. Activate plugin in WordPress dashboard
4. Select `Export to Jekyll` from the `Tools` menu
This will create a zip file containing all of your content files with correctly formated filenames to be dropped into your _content folder.
In the download you will have _posts and wp-content ( if that is where you put your images) folders.
Upload the contents of `_posts` into your `_content/blog` folder and the contents of `wp-content` into your `assets` folder.
If you add
RewriteRule ^wp-content/(.*)$ assets/$1 [L,NC,R=302]
to your `.htaccess` the image links should translate correctly.