1. Log in to the backend of your “WordPress” then go to “Plugins” in the left hand menu and there “Add New”.
  2. Then in the search box on the right, type that you are looking for wpvivid, then when the plugin is found, click on the “Install” button and when the installation is complete, the “Enable” button.
  3. After refreshing the “WordPress” backend, you will find a new item “WPvivid Backup” in the left hand menu.
  4. Once the “Backup & restore” page loads, you will be able to have your first backup performed by clicking the “Backup Now” button. By default, it will be saved to your server, so the backup point write will take place locally. This means that you will be able to order an immediate restore from such a point.

Once the copy point has executed correctly, you will get a message at the top of the page:

  1. at the bottom of the page you will see the backup point you have made with the option to download it by clicking on the “Download” link or have it restored by clicking on the “Restore” link.
  2. the “WPvivid” plugin is characterized by the fact that already in the free version, the installation of which is presented here, it offers the possibility to order backups to external servers. Among other things, you can have your copy points preserved on “Google Drive”, “Dropbox”, “Microfost Onedrive”, “Amazon S3”, “DigitalOcean Spaces” or finally an external “FTP” or “SFTP” server. You can find the confuguration of remote points under the “Remote Storage” tab.

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