WordPress – How To Create Backups

Help us caption and translate this video on Amara.org: www.amara.org AlunHill.com How to create backups for your WordPress blog. Now obviously, you can go to Cpanel and backup your whole site, however in this example, I want to show you how to back up your specific WordPress blog and use a specific plugin called XCloner to do just that, and also in the future videos, I will show you how to restore your previous backup of your WordPress blog. So let’s go ahead and do that, the first thing you want to do is of course is to go to your dashboard. And at this point you’ll want to go to “Plugins”, click on “Add New Plugin”. And do a search for “XCloner” – click on “Search Plugins” and it’s this one here. So click on “Install Now”, click on “Okay”. Enter your FTP user name and password. Click on “Proceed”, click on “Activate”, and there we go. Now the reason why I chose XCloner versus all the other WordPress backup systems is because XCloner is not only free, but it allows you to back up your blogs and also restore them. And you can also clone them and move them to a different domain name, which I’ll show you in the future videos. Now what I want to do is go to the settings for XCloner. And to access XCloner right here you’ll see the link that says, “open XCloner”, so I’m going to click on that and then you’re going to see the configuration settings. But before we can get in there, we need to log in, and by default, you’re user name is going to be “admin” and your password is