Creating a Backup of MyWebsite

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For the Website Builder and the MyWebsite Creator

Regular backups give you the security of being able to reintegrate important content into your homepage in the event of data loss.

This article describes a function of the editor that was ordered before 09/06/2017.
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Please note: The following instructions describe how you can easily save the contents (texts, images) of your MyWebsite Creator locally on your PC. The content received through the backup cannot be imported directly into your homepage project.

Step 1

Download the free HTTrack backup software from the manufacturer's website. Please note the specified system requirements.

Step 2

Install HTTrack on your PC. To complete the installation, select"English" as the language.

step 3

Start HTTrack. The start screen of the software appears. Just click on Next here.

Step 4

Enter a project name for the backup under New project name . In Project category, assign a name for the category of the project. Use the button under Base directory to determine in which directory of your hard disk the backup project is to be saved. Then click Next to continue.

Step 5

In the next step, click Add URL.

Step 6

For URL: , enter the domain (Internet address) of your MyWebsite Creator. Confirm the entry by clicking on OK.

Step 7

Click Next to continue in the configuration.

Step 8

Select Finish in the next setting step. This completes the configuration of the backup.

Step 9

HTTrack will now automatically start downloading the pages and contents of MyWebsite Creatoryour. Please note that this may take an hour or longer, depending on the size of your homepage and the speed of your Internet connection.

Step 10

After HTTrack has completed the backup, you will find the pages and contents of your MyWebsite Creator project directory on your PC's hard disk as specified in step 4. HTTrack stores your page structure in subfolders of the main directory.