Creates a Snapshot Backup of your entire website and uploads it to an FTP repository.
Switched auto delete order: now old snapshots are deleted before a new one is written. Corrected spelling mistake on Archiving (thanks to Jordan and Julia for pointing this out).
Removed horrible red box from main screen Added support for custom FTP Port Improved security: core files can no longer be called directly (thanks to Ed from ait-pro.com) Fixed bug that spawned automation processes even when deactivated Test FTP Button now saves as well as tests settings Blank sub-directory no longer gives error message Fixed leading slash display bug in Manage Snapshots menu Added cute Menu Icon (thanks to Dirceau from fasticon.com) Fixed empty database bug Added Database File Size in status messages
Fixed error message related to header function
Some files for the 2.0 release hadn't copied to the WordPress repository.
New Menu Structure Added Automation Added Auto Delete function for rolling backups Added Manage Snapshots feature to display a list of your Snapshots
Fixed Preflight Restrictions: When FTP Details were left blank, the plugin would not complete the backup. FTP Subdirectory was checked twice which caused an error (thanks Kara!)
Created new folder structure as per WordPress guidlines Added uninstall.php to delete options from the database upon plugin removal Removed typo in code to download recent snapshot (thanks Kara!) Changed FTP upload to passive mode to avoid timeout issues (thanks Kara!) Added pre-flight checklist for folder permissions and FTP Details
Fixed incompatibilities with certain servers in the database readout: Some users experienced PHP Memory issues, others could not restore the database. Certified WordPress 3.1.1 compatibility Replaced hard-coded paths with dynamic ones Added permanent download option for most recent Snapshot Added option to include additional directory - useful for people who have moved wp-content
Fixed spurious error message upon database readout
Added File Prefix option; if you have one FTP repository you can use it for multiple sites easily Added File Size Display so you know how big your snapshot is Eliminated whitespace on user input fields
Certified compatibility with WordPress 3.1. Password was visible in FTP settings form - it's fixed now.
Fixed a nasty bug which saved the database temp file in the wrong place.
Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 5 years ago
Active Installs: 1,000+
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