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It's important to make regular backups of your #joomla site and the best way to do that consistently is to schedule Akeeba Backup to do those backups. This #maintenancemonday looks at 2 ways to do that: one by activating Akeeba Backup through a cron job and the other by activating it to do regular backups through Myjoomla.com.

 

 

  • The video is titled "How to Schedule Akeeba Backup Core for Joomla Maintenance Monday Live Stream #018 - YouTube."
    - Tim Davis hosts the live stream, focusing on Joomla maintenance tips and tools.
    - The stream covers setting up Akeeba Backup Core for regular Joomla backups.
    - It suggests having consistent and regular backups instead of relying on manual backups.
    - Tim demonstrates how to enable front-end and remote backups.
    - He emphasizes the importance of a secure secret word for the backup URL.
    - Tim also explains how to set up scheduled automatic backups using a cron job.
    - He provides options for different backup frequencies and times.
    - Tim mentions an alternative method using the My Joomla website for scheduling backups.
    - The video is part of a series, and Tim promotes a giveaway for a one-year membership to manage a Joomla site on My Joomla.

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