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Best way to back up PowerGallery

Thread began 3/12/2014 10:41 am by Sally | Last modified 3/12/2014 11:13 am by Sally | 439 views | 1 replies


Best way to back up PowerGallery

I have added a number of pictures and galleries since I first added PowerGallery to my website a few years ago. I'm wondering about the best way to back it all up. Currently I have the original PG in a subdirectory of my website, located on my PC. Can I just ftp all the files in the PG folder on the hosting server back into the folder on my PC, overwriting any duplicates, or would you recommend I create a separate folder on my PC for the files on the hosting server? My goal would be that if my hosting server crashed and lost the files, I could just upload this backup folder and be up and running again.


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