YinPress has recently published this article about how to backup your WordPress site. Over the course of the article I go over a bunch of different options that you have in terms of backing up and then go over my favorite, WordPress Backup 2 Dropbox and step-by-step how to use it. If you’re interested in learning more, I’d love for you to check it out.
For those of you who do not know, I’ve created this website using WordPress, and for those designers wishing to get a website up quickly with a minimum amount of hassle and only having to worry about the content for your site, I feel it’s a good option for people to use.
However, a thing near and dear to my heart is the fact of backing up your work. I’ve lost a good 2 years of articles that I’ve written for this site due to the fact that I failed to have a backup of my work. Now, this was back when the blog was much less professional and more about my life so I did not miss much in terms of game design articles, but it was still something I’d prefer not to loose.
With this in mind, when I was asked to write an article having to do with WordPress, I knew what I had to talk about.