Migration from Drupal to WordPress is not an easy task. You must first work on an offline copy in the archives. Drupal database dump from your system and import it into a fresh database. You can use MySQL for this conversion.
Install WordPress into your system, use the old database server, where the Drupal database is stored. You now have Drupal and WordPress running on the same server but in a separate database. Do not forget to give it a unique name for the database. If you are looking for more information about Drupal migration then you can visit https:/
You may need some knowledge of programming with MySQL and PHP to work on Drupal. You can enable PHP in Drupal follow the path:
/ Drupal / admin / settings / filters
Migrate Modules to Drupal give you a very easy way to back up all the tables Drupal concerned from the site’s database; all of the web interface is really simple. To get started go to Drupal.org site and do a search for migrating module. Once you find it, download the source file that is suitable for any version of Drupal you are running.
Next you need to install the module. Just extract the contents of the compressed file you just downloaded into the directory / modules of your Drupal installation. Next login to your Drupal administrator account and go to administer-> page modules (Drupal 6:19).