Backups are randomly generated on a WordPress Hosting to provide an option to restore the content from a specific time and date. The system will store a maximum of 5 full backups at any time. Moving files from staging to production will also action a backup and will be counted within these 5 total backups.
|Note: Restoration will delete your live production WordPress site and will be replaced with the selected backup date and time. To avoid issues and losing important information on your WordPress website, you need to take note of the following before you proceed with the instructions.
Follow the instructions below on how to restore your WordPress Site.
Step 2. Click on the WordPress button on the menu bar at the top of the page.
Step 3. Scroll down to choose the website that needs to be restored.
Step 4. Click the Backup tab.
Step 5. Select the date and time of the backup to be restored.
Step 6. Click the Restore button.
Step 7. Click Confirm Restore after reviewing the backup information.
Step 8. Wait until the process is complete.
Step 9. Access the website to check if the correct website content is restored.