Duplicate, clone, backup, move and transfer an entire site from one location to another.
Everything else is just 2nd choice. That is the best and easiest tool I have found so far.
The best plugin for cloning and arranging backups for WordPress. I am glad that i came across this one. Thanks
Makes moving a wordpress site to another server super easy... you can do it in 2 minutes.
If there would be a list with the most useful WordPress plugins, this would be in the TOP 10. Congrats and thanks!
Excellent plugin. Gotta love the "brute-force-backup-everything-on-your-server approach". Simple to use & menu driven.
It can be a bit fickle, though, and may need a little fettling on occasions - although, in my experience, it isn't down to the plugin but the hosting provider...
My only gripe was that it kept timing out on creating a package. I was ending up with a '500 internal server' error. The plugin does offer up some good advice on how to try and tackle it, though, with FAQs on common problems.
If you're getting a timeout issue then I'd suggest setting up as many directory filters as you can (think: Cache directories, ManageWP directory, any development directories you don't need, etc. Filter 'em all) and then add:
<IfModule mod_php5.c> php_value max_execution_time 259200 </IfModule>
into .htaccess to increase the PHP execution timeout. Doing this resolved my timeout issues immediately.
The max_execution_time may not work on all hosts - so I've been told.
Other than that, for me, it's a brilliant plugin and has saved me so much time.
The tool is so easy to use and so helpfull for creating backups of the site.
This is the most helpful piece of software I've seen in a long time!
No more wasting hours and hours to move a wordpress site online!
Best tool for backing up and restoring website. Together with Instant WordPress, it allow me to develop websites offsite and then move them easily to hosts and back.
great plugin. just follow the steps and it works
Installed on more then 30 wordpress websites that I manage; this plugin should be part of the wordpress core components. It saved me tons of time and drove away a couple of nightmares.
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