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How to Backup WordPress site from cPanel

How to Backup WordPress site from cPanel

Welcome to TechEdutrick. Today I am going to show you How to create a full cPanel backup and How to Backup WordPress site using Softaculous (100% Manually)

  1. How to create a full cPanel backup
  2. How to Backup WordPress site using Softaculous
How to Backup WordPress site from cPanel

1. How to create a full cPanel backup

A full cPanel backup includes all account files, databases, email accounts and settings. If you are going to transfer your cPanel We recommend to create a full cPanel backup.

1. Go to cPanel > Files section > and Click on “Backup“.

2. Click on Download a Full Website Backup

By default, a full cPanel backup will be saved into your account home directory. If you want to change Backup Destination you can choose another target location for the backup.

3. Click on Generate Backup.

Wait some time. After backup complete you will see Backup complete message.

Click on Go Back and Download your Backup.

2. How to Backup WordPress site using Softaculous

Now let’s backup your WordPress site using Softaculous. To do that Go to cPanel and click on Softaculous Manager.

Now on the top bar click on “All installations” icon.

Then you will see your WordPress site or all site list. Now Click on the Backup.

If you want to change Backup Location, you can set a location for that. If not keep it default.

Once you click on the “Backup Installation”, the software backup will start to backup your site.

Wait some time for complete the process.

then you will see Backup created successfully message. You can go and download backup file by clicking on the top bar “Backup” icon or Backup.

To Download Backup. Click on Download icon.

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Danushka Sanjeewa

Danushka Sanjeewa is a Software engineer with more than 5 years of experience in Android App Development, Web Development, Marketing, Graphic design, Video editing, and WordPress. And also Writer/Founder of TechEduTricks.com.

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