Backup And Move plugin allow blog administrators to create a complete backup of their blog and easy option for restore it on a different server, domain, location, etc .This plugin is very usefull for non technical users who wants to shift their wordpress blog.
This plugin can make all the transitions of moving a wordpress blog , creating a complete backup and restoring a previous backup very simple and smooth.
Save restore.php by clicking here.
A separate backup can be created and send to users’s email id as attachment.
User can administrate backups i.e delete , download and overwrite.
To restore a backup simply place .zip backup file in a directory along with restore.php and visit restore.php from browser. Provide restore.php with all required credentials and wait for plugin to restore .
That’s it start bloging.
P.S everything will be restored like blogs, posts, links , etc.
Upload backup_and_move folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
I upgraded to 4.5.1. I tried to upload images to the Media Library, but it was greyed-out and did not show the assets. I could not add media in a post, nor could I edit the URL or switch to "text" edit.
I deactivated all my plugins and then turned them on one-by-one and tested the Media Library. It all worked fine until I hit this one. I tried it off and on a few times just to be sure. I was sure.
If you suddenly experience problems with your Media Library or editing functions, this might be the answer. Several forum posts suggested deactivating plugins and several suggested other things. This worked for me. Hope this helps some poor frustrated WordPress user out there! Thank you.