How to manually restore WordPress using cPanel
- Login to your cPanel account.
- Under the files section, click on the backup Wizard Icon.
- Click on the “Restore” button to start the restore process.
- On the select restore type page, click on the “Home Directory” button.
- Click the “Choose File” link, locate the .gz home directory backup and then click the “Upload” button.
How do I restore my WordPress site from cPanel?
Log into your cPanel account and under the files section click on Backup. 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.
How do I restore a WordPress site from a backup?
To get started, open your WordPress dashboard and select Settings > UpdraftPlus Backups from the menu. Then, under the Backup / Restore tab, scroll down to Existing Backups. Here you will find the most recent backups of your website. Select the backup you would like to use, and then click on the Restore button.
How do I restore a cPanel backup?
Restore home directory backup in cPanel
- Login to your cPanel.
- Under the files section, click on Backup.
- Click on Choose File.
- The name of your backup should now be displayed, so click on Upload.
- You should then see the progress of your files being restored.
How do I upload WordPress Backup to cPanel?
Restore WordPress Database Backup with cPanel
- Log in to your cPanel account and under the “Files” section click on “Backup.” cPanel backup.
- Scroll down to “Restore a MySQL database backup.” Click on “Choose File” and select your *. sql file backup/export. Then click on “Upload.” cPanel restore MySQL database backup.