BackUpWordPress

With the MainWP BackUpWordPress Extension you can control the BackUpWordPress Plugin settings for all your child sites directly from your MainWP Dashboard. This includes giving you the ability to create your child site backups and even set Backup schedules directly from your MainWP Dashboard.

Combine the power of your MainWP Dashboard with the popular BackUpWordPress Plugin (over 200.000 active installs, 1.7+ million downloads, and almost 5-star rating).

With the MainWP BackUpWordPress Extension, you can control the BackUpWordPress Plugin settings for all your child sites directly from your MainWP Dashboard. Including the ability to create your child site backups and even set Backup schedules straight from your MainWP Dashboard.

You can also select to use the BackUpWordPress Extension as your primary backup option, which removes the MainWP backup screens and replaces them with your new BackUpWordPress pages, helping to keep your Dashboard clean.

Why BackUpWordPress?

BackUpWordPress plugin is super simple and doesn’t require any technical knowledge. It’s lightweight and works in low memory (shared hosting) environments.

It allows multiple schedules management and has an option to have each backup file emailed to you.

Backup Your Sites

Your website data is valuable; keep your site backed up and avoid potential disasters.

Control Backups from One Place

Manage and Schedule backups directly from your Dashboard.

Easy To Use

All of the great features that come with this extension are intuitive and easy to use.

Purchase Options

Extension Info

  • Developer

    MainWP

  • Version

    4.0.1

  • Additional Information

    BackUpWordPress plugin and the Extension requires PHP 5.3.2 version or higher on your child sites.MainWP BackUpWordPress Extension requires BackUpWordPress Plugin Version 3.3.2 or newer.

Support

You can use this Extension on unlimited MainWP Dashboards that you own.

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