How do I restore a website backup?


If you wish to restore a backup the process to do this depends on the type of backup. If you have a Full Backup you will need to contact us to perform the restore, which will be done at a cost of $40. If you have a partial backup you can restore this from cPanel.

Please note that restoring a backup could overwrite/remove existing files.

To start a partial restore you will need to log into cPanel.

Step 1 - Login to cPanel

Step 2 - Click on 'Backup Wizard' in the 'Files' section

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Step 3 - Click ‘Restore’

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Step 4 - Select 'Home Directory'

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Step 5 - Click on the 'Browse' button and navigate to the backup

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Step 6 -
Select 'Upload'


To restore a partial backup of a database from cPanel, complete the following steps.

Step 1 - Click on 'Backup Wizard' in the 'Files' section

Step 2 - Click ‘Restore

Step 3 - Select 'MySQL Databases'

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Step 4 - Click on the 'Browse' button and navigate to the backup

Step 5 - Select 'Upload'

Once the restore has completed, verify this by checking the website content.


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