Different Ways To Backup Your WordPress Database Manually

Having the backup of your website and the database is the first thing you should focus on. Whether you install a new plugin or try something else, it’s always recommended to backup your WordPress website.

As you all know the database gets updated every time you publish any post, install a plugin, delete a plugin, install or delete a theme.

Are you using a plugin or the manual method? You would be happy to know that there are different ways to backup your WordPress database manually.

In this tutorial, you will learn to backup all the database tables or the database skipping those which were created by the plugins.

Use phpMyAdmin To Backup The Database.

This is the conventional method which should be followed for every WordPress website.

You have to use the cPanel of your web hosting account. There are a few steps to follow.

Step 1:- Login to your cPanel account and search for the databases’ section. Click on the phpMyAdmin icon and a new tab will open.

Step 2:- At the left side menu, you will see all the databases you have created so far. Whether you’re running a single website or multiple, you will see the list of the databases.


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