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    This plugin is pretty simple. You can use Dropbox, Amazon's S3, or an FTP account to store WordPress. Need an account? 
    Visit: <a href="https://www.dropbox.com/referrals/NTE0ODYwNjc5" target="_new">Dropbox</a>. Or, for Amazon's S3 visit: 
    <a href="https://s3.amazonaws.com/" target="_new">https://s3.amazonaws.com</a>.  If you decide to use an FTP account, 
    it makes a lot of sense to use a remote FTP account on a server that isn't shared with this WordPress installation.
                  
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    The files that get generated for each archive are:
                         
    <ol>
        <li>wpTimeMachine-content-files<?php echo $format; ?></li>
        <li>wpTimeMachine-data-files.sql</li>
        <li>wpTimeMachine-htaccess.txt <sup>1</sup></li>
        <li>wpTimeMachine-Instructions.txt <sup>2</sup></li>
        <li>wpTimeMachine-RestorationScript.sh <sup>3</sup></li>
    </ol> 
                           
    <em>
    1: if you're not using .htaccess then no, it won't be created <br />
    2: if you're ever recovering from a catastrophic WordPress failure, this file will help<br />
    3: this file is still under development &amp; should be used with caution<br />
    </em>  
                          
    <div class="hint">
    It's a good idea to store the following two items on your own, (in the same place as the files above):<br/>
    Your copy of WordPress: <a href="<?php echo wp_installer_url.$format;?>"><?php echo wp_installer_url.$format;?></a><br/>
    Or, read about how to use <a href="http://wptimemachine.com/-/wordpress-and-subversion/">Subversion for your WordPress implementation</a>.<br/>
    Your copy of wp-config.php <em>For security purposes this file is not backed up!</em>
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    <b>Information about Scheduling (and cron):</b>
    <br />

    <ol>
        <li><?php echo wpcontent_url . "/plugins/wp-time-machine/cron.php"; ?></li>
        <li><?php echo wpcontent_dir . "/plugins/wp-time-machine/cron.php"; ?></li>
    </ol> 
         
    For example, you might use curl:<br />
                  
    <code>
    curl "<?php echo wpcontent_url . "/plugins/wp-time-machine/cron.php"; ?>?generate=1"
    </code>
    
       
    <div class="hint">
    
    Note that it is recommended that you set up a separate cron job to delete the temporary archive files:
            
    <code>
    curl "<?php echo wpcontent_url . "/plugins/wp-time-machine/cron.php"; ?>?clean=1"
    </code>
    
    </div>
    
    There are many ways to use the scripts referenced above ... this is just an example, for more information read this:<br />
    <a href="http://wptimemachine.com/-/scheduling-wp-time-machine-via-cron/" target="_new">http://wptimemachine.com/-/scheduling-wp-time-machine-via-cron/</a>
    
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    Having trouble? Visit the <a href="http://wordpress.org/tags/wp-time-machine?forum_id=10" target="_blank">WordPress forum</a>, and please share 
    this URL: <a href="<?php echo wpcontent_url . "/wpTimeMachine_log.txt"; ?>" target="_new"><?php echo wpcontent_url . "/wpTimeMachine_log.txt"; ?></a> 
    (the log -- if enabled -- contains vital information for trouble shooting).<br />

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