Restoring WordPress Database Backup using cPanel

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We’ve all been there. Your website or a client’s website goes down. How do you restore quickly?

One method is using a backup from Cpanel.

If you manually created a WordPress database backup using the cPanel on your shared hosting, then you can also restore that database using cPanel.

Log into your cPanel account and under the files section click on Backup.

Restoring WordPress Database Backup using cPanel

 

On the backups page, scroll down to ‘Restore a MySQL database backup’.

Next, click on the choose file button and select the backup file from your hard disk. Once done, click on the upload button.

 

Restoring WordPress Database Backup using cPanel

Need help? Contact our support team who will be happy to assist you.

Jason
In 1999 I created my very first website, it all went from there. Founder of WP Manager (wpmanager.co.uk). WordPress Developer with a passion for technology and travel.

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