Automatic Daily Backups
Website Time Machine
WordPress Plugin Updates
File Change Alert Monitoring
Malware Detection and Restore
Daily Automatic Website Backups
Secure your website with automated daily backups stored offsite with built-in redundancy.
Unlimited Files & Databases
Backup an unlimited number of files and databases – you are restricted only by the storage space you use.
A simple restore process makes it easy to rollback a single file or your entire website to a previous version.
Rest easy knowing CodeGuard is diligently checking your site for changes every day.
Automatic WordPress Updates
Automatically update WordPress and its plugins to keep it secure with auto recovery in case of problems.
File Change Monitoring
Get notified by email anytime something changes within the source code of your site.
Staging of Restores
Quickly test any backed up site with simple and automated staging prior to restore.
Get protection for your emails too as they are backed up as part of your websites files.
Completely hands free setup and ongoing backups with automated notifications if things go wrong.
Choose Backup Storage
- 1GB Plan for Students, personal projects, testing us out
- 5GB For Personal websites, student projects, any individual
- 10GB for larger personal sites to small and medium-sized business websites
- 25GB for medium to large business websites
50GB Business Plus
- 50GB for large business websites
- 100GB for E-commerce, web apps, complex sites, global brands, agencies with various departments
200GB Power Plus
- 200GB for power users, enterprise, E-commerce, web apps, complex sites, global brands, agencies with various departments
Frequently Asked Questions
A domain name is a unique web address on the Internet, like www.example.com. Much like buying real estate in the physical world, when you register a domain name it becomes your property in the online world. No two domain names can be the same which means that if the domain name you want is already registered, you are unfortunately out of luck. Domain names can also have different domain extensions, or TLDs, attached to the end of it. For example, you may own www.example.com, however www.example.net may still be available.
Domain extensions are the letters that appear after your domain name. For instance, in www.example.com, .com is the extension. There are several to choose from and they typically represent a word – com represents the word “commercial”, mobi is short for “mobile”, and so on.
Generic top level domains, or gTLDs, are the most well known of the domain extensions available on the Internet. They include familiar extensions such as .com, .net, .info, .org, etc.
A number of new gTLDs will be making their way to the Internet in the next few years. These new domain extensions give individuals and businesses more options to finding the domain name of their choice, and allow your website address to describe the type of business you are.
Some of these new gTLDs include .academy, .buzz, .club, .me, and many more.
Country code top level domains, or ccTLDs, are domain extensions (the letters that appear after your domain name) that are specific to a particular area or country. Some examples of ccTLDs include:
- .ca (Canada)
- .eu (European Union)
- .de (Germany)
- .uk (United Kingdom)
- .hk (Hong Kong)