Backing up your WordPress site is something you should take very seriously. If your site gets hacked or you somehow get locked out, you will have no other option but to rely on your backups to get your site back up and running the way it was.
These backups can be managed and stored in various ways. You can do them manually or use an automatic service that does it for you. In turn these backups can be stored on your computer or on some other storage service such as Dropbox.
Moving house is always a pain, and in the eyes of most people moving a WordPress installation is seen in the same light.
However it doesn’t have to be a complicated and terrifying experience. Not with the right tools.
One of the most common questions I get asked from people who are new to WordPress, and others who have already been using it for a while, is the following:
Can you tell me which are the best plugins for WordPress?
Now any best WordPress plugins list will probably differ in that the author will have preferences based on the kind of sites he has. However there are quite a number of plugins that I tend to use on most WordPress sites I build, and those are the ones I will be listing here today.