Backing up a WordPress site is crucial in ensuring the site's security in cases of vulnerabilities and hacks, and the ability to restore the site immediately after a breach is just as important. Below we present top resources from across the web that discuss the importance of backing up a WordPress site, provide lists of top WordPress backup plugins, and explain how to use various backup and restore services.
With thousands of free plugins available on the WordPress repository alone (and a multitude of premium plugins available elsewhere), the question of choosing the right WordPress backup plugin (or service) can seem pretty daunting. This article lists 10 features to take into account when looking for the best backup plugin:
Trust me, I speak from experience when I say that backups are your no.1 policy against hacker attacks, crashing servers, broken databases, and/or hosting companies locking you out of your account for whatever reason. So today, let’s make backups hassle-free. Let’s list the top five WordPress backup plugins that will make your life easier by taking care of all the backing up on autopilot.
Creating regular WordPress backups is the best thing you can do for your website. There are several free and paid backup plugins for WordPress, and most of them are fairly easy to use. In this article, we will show you the 7 best backup plugins for WordPress.
First, we’ll look at the pros and cons of using free backup plugins, then we’ll provide you with a list of key features to be looking for when searching for the best backup solution. Finally, we’ll close with a list of the 11 best free backup plugins we could find.
To keep your site safe from data loss, it is recommended that you perform complete backups on a regular basis. In this article, we will share how to create a complete backup of your WordPress site and photos.
If you follow the news about your favorite CMS, you are most likely aware of its many vulnerabilities that are found and patched on regular basis. This post discusses the importance of backing up your WordPress website.
In the cloud computing world, it is going to be hard to find a solution better than AWS, specifically their S3 and Cloudfront services. With a quick setup and the help of a few plugins, it’s possible to use these services to speed up your site and back up all your files regularly, at a very low cost. This article introduces AWS and describes how to use Amazon S3 and CloudFrount with WordPress.
Have you ever thought about how devastating it would be to lose all the data that you have stored on your website? Thankfully you are able to install certain plugins which will back your files up and allow you to restore the whole site to a previous version, in case something goes horribly wrong. Choosing one of the following plugins will allow you peace of mind when it comes to your site data.
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