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Backups: View Backup Packets

Backups: View Backup Packets

The view backup section allows you to view and navigate your backup packets. Each backup is split into multiple packets which can be navigated to view individual files.
Once you have selected a backup packet to view you will be shown a list of files which are included in that packet. Simply select a file to view the contents of the file, and data relating to the file backup. Different file types will be displayed in different ways, for example HTML, SQL, JavaScript and CSS files are shown with syntax highlighting to improve the readability of the code.
When viewing your backup packets you can use the 'Search Packets' tool to search your backup packets for specific files. The search tool is a partial match search, searching for 'sql' would return any files which contain 'sql' in the filename.
When viewing your backup packets and files you will notice a navigation system on the right, this enables you to navigate between backup packets, and between files within a backup packet.

Backup Notes

When viewing your backup you will notice a 'Backup Notes' feature shown to the right of the backup packets list.
The 'Backup Notes' feature allows you to save a short note for each backup you are storing. This note can be used to help you identify each backup, for example to document when significant changes have been made to your website.
To add or edit a backup note simply enter the note text in the textbox which is provided and select the 'Save Note' button.
Backup notes are limited to 200 characters, and may only contain letters, numbers and punctuation.

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