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Thread: How to take static website backup ?

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    How to take static website backup ?

    Hello,

    I have a static website contains only files of html, js, css, json and many more...
    I cannot direct upload / download ( eg. sftp ) to the host. I can only maintain the website content by Content Management System provided by the host administrator.
    Every time i want to backup my website files, i can only backup them by using chrome extention Spider to crawling all the files first, and then download the file by wget.
    so can anyone tell me any suggestion ?

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    Re: How to take static website backup ?

    I agree with this post
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    Re: How to take static website backup ?

    Move hosts.
    Doing a backup is a basic function you would expect anyone to be able to do this.

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    Re: How to take static website backup ?

    What about File Zila, I think of the best and simple way to take the website backup.

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    Re: How to take static website backup ?

    Great Information.
    Thanks for Sharing.

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    Re: How to take static website backup ?

    Very useful post thanks for sharing.

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    Re: How to take static website backup ?

    Taking backup of static websites is really simple. You just need to download your website’s file with the help of some FTP software. There is a way to download your website’s files and folders from a live server.

    Log in to your web hosting control panel and there you’ll see an option called files (may be different in different hosting accounts. you can confirm it with your web hosting provider). After clicking on file it’ll show you your domain name or www folder. after clicking on it you’ll be able to access your files. and in the same window you’ll get an option to download your files. Except CGI-BIN folder download every file to your desktop.

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    Re: How to take static website backup ?

    Doing a backup is a basic function you would expect anyone to be able to do.

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    Re: How to take static website backup ?

    geta ftp program like filezilla and download the files. If your hosting provider is being paid and you have right to those html javascript files then just request it from them.
    O just use chrome and open web developer tools follow all the css links and copy and paste save the images.

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    Re: How to take static website backup ?

    Google will for themselves always have multiple ways of measuring a websites "rank" while i think there is no official "page rank" there is still a ranking system its just way more advanced with many more influences, content and user metrics being two of the biggest increases. The bar that you refer to was removed because it took from google transparency regarding ranking and it allowed webmaster to very accurately test deceptive techniques for seo.

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    Re: How to take static website backup ?

    You have to download all HTML files one by one for backup.

 

 

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