3 – Import the .sql file in the database that your WordPress site is using (some further instructions on this). IMPORTANT: remember that, unless explicitly agreed beforehand, importing the file will wipe out the existing information in your WordPress content-related tables. The rest of the tables will be respected (check with us if you have questions regarding which exact tables will be affected). If you contracted the user migration feature remember that all users except for the user with id=1 (i.e. the user created when installing wordpress) will be removed (read more on this). If you are surprised to see all pages appearing as menu items, read this. Remember that creating a backup of your database before applying any sql script on it (ours or any other) is always a good practice.
4 – Copy and paste all image files from the “/sites/default/files” folder (or the folder you’re using to store the media files, we can help you to locate the exact folder) in your Drupal site to the wp-content/uploads folder in WordPress. Respect the same subdirectory structure if any, i.e. a Drupal image file in “/sites/default/files/sub/X.png” should be moved to wp-content/uploads/sub/X.png