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Backup & Migration: Overview
This tab page is made up of the sections below:
Step One: I want to
- Create a general backup and save it in localhost or remote storage.
- Create a staging or dev environment. The backup will be sent to the staging folder in remote storage.
- Migrate the WordPress site by sending the backups to either the migration folder in remote storage or to the target site directly.
Step Two: Customize The Backup
- Database + Files (WordPress Files)
- WordPress Files (Database excluded)
- Only Database
- Custom Backup
Step Three: Comment The Backup(Optional)
Add a comment to the backups. This is optional.
Step Four: Run The Backup
Click on Backup Now button to start backing up.
Additionally, you can mark this backup to only delete it manually.
- WPvivid Backup Plugin(Free and Pro) does not restore the .htaccess and wpconfig.php files as it can easily cause problems to restore the same .htaccess and wpconfig.php files on a different site. You should download and copy them manually as needed.
- WPvivid will exclude itself from a backup or migration. You can export the plugin settings from the old site and import them into the new migrated site on the plugin Settings page.
- When migrating a child theme that relies on the main(parent) theme. Make sure you also include the main theme if it is not activated.
- In order to successfully complete the migration, you’d better deactivate 301 redirect plugin, firewall and security plugin, and caching plugin (if they exist) before transferring website.