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insightful
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USA
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Posted - September 23 2004 :  09:14:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I would like to know how I can back up my shopping cat, I am hosting on godaddy. I used frontpage, is there a way I can connect from my pc using frontpage and download the shipping cart.

jonmadrid
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USA
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Posted - September 23 2004 :  10:30:05  Show Profile  Visit jonmadrid's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Depending on which version of FrontPage you are using, the directions will be different but the principle is this: You can backup your website by getting the files from the server using FTP. Here's a link to a quick tutorial/guide on publishing/FTP'ing through FrontPage:

http://www.microsoftfrontpage.com/content/articles/pub_fp.html

You can also do this outside of FrontPage, by using your web browser. Just point your browser to your FTP site (ftp://www.mysite.com, for example). Login with your username and password when prompted. Select the files/folders you want to backup, then choose to "copy" those files. Next, in a different window, navigate to the folder or drive on your PC where you want to back the files up to and chosee to "paste" them to that location. The transfer will begin and the files will be downloaded from the webserver straight to that folder.

Those are just two ways that you can do it. You could also use a 3rd part FTP software program such as WS FTP (http://www.ipswitch.com/Products/WS_FTP/) or CuteFTP (http://www.cuteftp.com/).

I hope that helps.

All the best,

Jon Madrid
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Madrid Communications
Web Design, Development, and Hosting
www.madridcom.com
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bigyellowbox
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United Kingdom
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Posted - September 27 2004 :  16:06:10  Show Profile  Visit bigyellowbox's Homepage  Reply with Quote
The most important things to be backing up is your database plus anything that changes / gets added to regularly (e.g. product images).
Some time ago I found some neat software that will do ftp backups, create zip archives or just copy files around automatically. It's well worth the money http://www.hiteksoftware.com

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Edited by - bigyellowbox on September 27 2004 16:07:03
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