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Creating a Website Backup in Plesk: A Step-by-Step Guide Print

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Creating a website backup in Plesk is an important task for any website owner. It allows you to save a copy of your website's files and databases, which can be used to restore your website in case of any unforeseen issues or disasters.

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to create a website backup in Plesk:

1. Log in to your Plesk control panel.

2. Navigate to the "Websites & Domains" tab.

3. Select the website that you want to create a backup for.

4. Click on the "Backup Manager" icon.

5. In the "Backup Manager" page, click on the "Create Backup" button.

6. In the "Create Backup" page, you can choose which components of your website you want to include in the backup. These components may include the website's files, databases, and email messages. You can also specify a name and a description for the backup.

7. Click on the "Create" button to start the backup process.

8. Once the backup process is complete, you will see a notification indicating that the backup was successful. You can then download the backup file to your local computer or save it to a remote location, such as an FTP server or a cloud storage service.

It is a good idea to create regular backups of your website, and to download them to another device off of the server to ensure that you have a copy of your website's data in case of any unexpected issues. You can also use the "Scheduled Backups" feature in Plesk to automate the backup process and have your website backed up on a regular basis.

By following these steps, you can easily create a website backup in Plesk and protect your website's data from potential disasters or issues.

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