(This is a continuation ofÃ‚Â my 5 partÃ‚Â postÃ‚Â Ã‚Â 20. I Wanted to Make My Own Mistakes, Until I realized that It Was Much Easier to Let Others Screw Up.Ã‚Â )Ã‚Â
Most Web Hosting services automatically back upÃ‚Â their servers on a daily basis, which means your informationÃ‚Â is regularly backed up by yourÃ‚Â Host.Ã‚Â If for some reason you either loose or change a file, you can request that your host restore that file.Ã‚Â Make sure that you let them know where you want the file restored too. I often request that it be put in aÃ‚Â separate folder that I create, so I can control what information is going to be replaced. This is especiallyÃ‚Â important if youÃ‚Â have an e-commerce site, because sometimesÃ‚Â even if you loose information, you may still be able to keep the site running, and you don’t want yourÃ‚Â Host to restore a database withÃ‚Â oldÃ‚Â orders and overwrite the new ones that came in for that day.
Some Hosts to restores for free others have a service fee (My Host for www.label-land.com charges $25 for a restore request). Don’t be too quick to nix a host that charges a fee, they areÃ‚Â often much faster with restoring your files (my blog host does the restore for free, and I am still waiting).
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