Akeeba Backup Site Restoration Script
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The name of your site, for use in the site's HTML pages among other things.
In a few words, explain what your site is about
WordPress Address (URL)
This is the address you want people to type in their browser to reach your WordPress blog (also known as the Home setting)
Site Address (URL)
Enter the address here if you want your site homepage
to be different from the directory
you installed WordPress.
Set the character set for the database connection. The recommended setting is
Set the database collation for the database connection. Leave it blank if you are not sure.
Server-specific configuration files
Choose what to do with the
file of your site.
. The file is kept as-is.
Remove PHP handler lines
Removes any AddHandler/SetHandler lines from your .htaccess file. These are server-specific directives which are typically used to apply a specific version of PHP to your site. Use when restoring to a different server.
Replace PHP handler lines
Use the AddHandler/SetHandler lines in your current .htaccess file. Use this if you had to set a different PHP version for your site before running Kickstart or the Site Transfer Wizard.
Disable auto-prepend scripts
Delete the .htaccess and .htpasswd files in the administrator directory
The files referenced by this option do not exist on your server. That's great! You don't have to deal with them and you don't need this option.
Super User settings
Select a Super User to modify.
Only the selected Super User will be modified!
Enter the e-mail address of the Super User. Make sure it's not used by another user on the site, otherwise your restored site will be broken!
Enter the new password to assign to the Super User.
Repeat the password. This allows us to make sure you didn't do a typo above.