Let’s wrap everythings up today. Part 4. Total 10 articles.
This is Part 2.
Restoring a WordPress database that is big can be difficult. In this article, Jérémy Heleine discusses restoring large databases with a useful tool BigDump.
BigDump. Could be a useful tool. Noted.
A testing server is absolutely essential when running a site that needs zero downtime. This post will show you how to set one up quickly and easily.
DesktopServer seems a good app. But it’s too pricey.
Lost your WordPress images and files? Learn how to recover a WordPress site with just database backup alone and minimize the damage.
This is too complicated and the result still not good. Morale of the article: don’t forget to back up! (So you won’t need to do this).
There are plenty of plugins to backup your WordPress site, yet the best way to ensure your backup works is… to do it manually! I’ll show you how in 5mins.
Amit Diwan compares 5 of the best WordPress backup plugins side-by-side and highlights key features you would expect to see in a good backup plugin.
Those five are:
- WordPress To Dropbox
But personal choice (for free version) still go to BackWPUp.
If have money, would like to try and use VaultPress. Seems interesting.
In this blog post, you will learn three ways through which you can recover your WooCommerce shop easily.
Restore is not less important than Backup.