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Information on failure to follow our instructions about Akeeba Backup for WordPress 8.1.0

Published: November 13, 2023 10:19

This is further information to Akeeba Backup for WordPress 8.1.0 and how failing to follow our instructions will lead to failure, as already discussed. Moreover, we would like to explicitly state that despite proclaiming that the JSON API in…

Akeeba Backup for WordPress 8.1.0 is a manual update

Published: November 9, 2023 10:32

We released Akeeba Backup for WordPress 8.1.0. This version needs a manual update. You will not be able to use WordPress' plugin updates or Akeeba Backup's built-in updater to update to it. To update to this version please follow the following…

Introducing Akeeba Panopticon: self-hosted site monitoring

Published: October 10, 2023 09:38

We are stoked to introduce the latest addition to our software lineup: Akeeba Panopticon, our self-hosted, free-of-charge site monitoring software for Joomla!™ sites! Akeeba Panopticon can run on any commercial hosting provider which meets the following…

Akeeba Backup for WordPress 8.1.0 (beta)

Published: October 9, 2023 13:57

We have released Akeeba Backup for WordPress 8.1.0.b1 (Beta 1). We ask our clients to test it as it involves a major migration of the settings and backup archives. The Beta and Release Candidate period will last at least until the end of October 2023. The…

Information about Akeeba Backup for WordPress 8

Published: October 2, 2023 18:05

Akeeba Backup for WordPress 8 is a major rewrite over version 7. This will let us maintain the software more efficiently in the future. However, we hit some issues with WordPress itself which caused a lot of issues with lost backup profiles and errors…