Website development in WordPress: The most used free content management system

How to Automatically Backup and Restore WordPress


Today we will introduce a plugin for data backup and recovery. You can use it on any website with WordPress content management installed. Just install a simple, fast and reliable plugin. It is one of the best solutions to save your data and be calm in the event of a technical failure of the website. This will protect your site from losing important data that you can recover in the future if something goes wrong. This plugin will save you time and worries and your data will now be safe. The plugin is user-friendly and easy to use.

One-click data storage

Backing up and restoring your data has never been easier. You can create a backup or restore with just one click. Nothing complicated. You can choose which files you want and which ones you don’t want to recover. You can restore and back up all or part of your site. You can back up the database, any files or images that are part of your website. You can also run the renewal on another hosting or another domain. Just back up your data on an older site and then restore your files to another location (WordPress).

Automatic data backup

Do you own a website with a content management system installed and its content is still growing? Are there constantly new data on your website that would need to be backed up frequently? I have a great solution for you. You don’t have to back up your website every time new content is added. You won’t lose any data if you set up automatic backups. Everything can run automatically on your website and you do not have to worry about forgetting to make a backup. You can have it saved automatically on your PC, FTP and cloud services such as Dropbox, Google Drive or Amazon S3. You can choose the interval when your data is backed up. So what else to wait for? Back up so you won’t be unpleasantly surprised.

If you have a website with WordPress content management installed, you can try this plugin for free. You can find it after logging in to the WordPress website administration under the category »Plugins« and »Plugin installation« under the name »WPvivid«. Just install it, apply it and you’re good to go.

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