Did you know that cPanel actually designed to be able to disallow certain folder/files to be backed up from your cPanel backup?
To accomplished this, you may look for the configuration file name cpbackup-exclude.conf. This configuration file exists in your virtual account root folder such as /home/username/cpbackup-exclude.conf.
If this file is not exist, you may simply create it.
Then you may open this file and enter the desired folder/files. The file format could be as below,
Free File Converter site is very useful when you need to convert your file from certain format to another format such as Word Document file to PDF format.
As this is a online file converter, you do not need to install it to your PC and you could convert a file up to 300MB of size with many format such as image below.
Try it today by browsing to http://www.freefileconvert.com/.
By default, 3GP file extension is not understand and serve by the IIS, hence you might get the error as below when you try to browse to your 3GP file from your IIS web services engine.
The problem is IIS handler mapping do not have 3GP file extension format by default. To get this fixed, you could add the extension through the handler mapping from IIS 7.x.
Alternatively, you may run the following command to add the extension.
%windir%\system32\inetsrv\appcmd set config /section:staticContent /+"[fileExtension='.3gp',mimeType='video/3gpp']"
This will happen if you used WordPress Export and Import tool for WordPress to WordPress migration, you might/might not faced this problem when you migrated your WordPress from 1 server to another server but this is good for your knowledge.
I would like to migrate my WordPress blog from wordpress.com to my domain such as mickgenie.com.
1. I will go to wordpress.com administrator and export the data file to XML format to my local PC.
2. I will go to mickgenie.com administrator to restore it.
I got “timed out” where the XML is not fully restore.
Solution suggested by Mick Genie:
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