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Back up and Restore WordPress – WordPress Toolkit

Learn How to Back up and Restore WordPress – WordPress Toolkit. WordPress Backup feature is best if you need to back up an individual website a WordPress Toolkit backup requires less time and disk space.

  1. WordPress Toolkit

    Login to cPanel.
    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or from the direct link.
    Find the Domains section and click the WordPress Toolkit link.
    In the search bar at the Top, type WordPress Toolkit and click on the result.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit

  2. Backup/Restore

    Click the Back Up/ Restore link of the WordPress installation you want to back up.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit

  3. Backup and Restore

    Click the Back Up button.
    Once the backup is finished, it will be displayed in the list of WordPress Toolkit backups.
    Select the backup you want to delete and click the Delete button.

    Extilum cPanel - WordPress Toolkit

  4. Backup and Restore

    Click the image icon restore icon next to the backup you want to restore.
    Restoring a backup removes all changes you made to the website after the backup date. For this reason, WordPress Toolkit suggests that you back up the current state of your website and use this backup to restore.
    Click Restore.
    Click the image icon download icon next to the backup whose file you want to download.
    You will be redirected to the directory in File Manager (/wordpress-backups in the website’s home directory) where WordPress Toolkit backups are stored.
    Click Download.
    Click the image trashcan_icon icon next to the backup you want to delete and then click Delete.

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