Feb 272014
 

Backup WordPress Using XCloner plugin tutorial will guide you and help you to configure the plugin before you create a WordPress backup.

Last Updated: June 27, 2018

Latest News: I have updated the the changelog information.

The latest update version 4.0.1 is a major overhaul of the plugin. This update is a huge improvement over the old version 3.1.5. Make sure you carry out some test on a testing platform before you update the plugin to the this version. If you find a bug or you run into an issue report this to the forum. This will help the developer update and patch the problem.

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Please read the latest release information below:

Version 4.0.8 changelog

  • updated vendor library dependencies, AWS, phpseclib
  • TAR compression fix
  • 7.2 compatibility checks and fixes

Important: Please remember to review the new version and report any issues to the developer. 

What you need:

WordPress XCloner tutorials: 

  1. Backup WordPress Using Xcloner
  2. Admin Dashboard
  3. Backup Settings
  4. Remote Storage Settings
  5. Generate WordPress Backups
  6. Restore WordPress

Setup And Configure XCloner Plugin

Step 1 ) The following image Site Backup shows you the admin menu. The admin menu allows you to set up and configure the following settings.

Site Backup Admin Menu

  • Dashboard
  • Settings
  • Remote Storage
  • Manage Backups
  • Scheduled Backups
  • Generate Backups
  • Restore Backups

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Click on the following link Admin Dashboard to continue with this tutorial.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Enjoy.

Manuel Ballesta RuizManuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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