A backup is a copy of a website which is kept on an independent web server and could be restored if something wrong happens with the live site - an unsuccessful script update, an accidental deletion of some file or of your whole database, etc. Restoring the site the way it was will remove or lessen the damage the problem may have caused, that's by all means an obviously better option than having to rebuild the whole Internet site from scratch. While you may download a copy of your content on your laptop, keeping a backup is a functionality that the majority of hosting companies include as part of their packages. It's important to take a look at how frequently they do that, though, because some providers create a backup once every couple of days, that could be far from enough for a booking site or an e-commerce portal in which the information is updated every single day. It's adviseable to see how quick and simple a backup may be restored, which can be essential if some issue appears on your site.
Daily Data Back-up in Shared Hosting
We fully understand how critical it is to have an up-to-date copy of your Internet site, so we keep a backup of all the files and databases in each and every shared hosting account. We have gone beyond the vast majority of website hosting companies around, due to the fact that we create full backups at least four times each day. In this way, if a problem appears on your site and you want a backup to be restored, the website will look the way it did just a few hours earlier. The content could be restored by our technical support or, if you want, you can do it yourself. The available backups shall be listed within the File Manager section of your Hepsia CP whereyou'll be able to see the time and date they were created. You can simply copy the content from there to your domain folder and the restored website will be live right away. Additionally, if you're not certain how to proceed, you can contact our technicians and they'll restore the content from the date you want within only an hour.