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Is there a way to undelete a static page?

#1

Hi all;

Because of the 100 static page limit, we delete pages we’re not using (in WordPress we’d put them in an archive folder). We really want to get one specific page back.

Is there a way to undelete a static page. Also to get previous versions?

If not, is there a way to archive pages without them counting toward the 100 page limit?

If not, is there a way to get a dump of the website so we can just save it all off somewhere weekly? And then go into that file based copy to see an old page?

thanks - dave

#2

You would need to restore, which would take you back to a point in time. That may or may not be desirable if other changes would then get nuked.

Nope. See above answer.

No.

Yes. On paid plans you can export your site as many times as you want. It exports HTML, there is no importing of HTML supported. You could view the content in the browser and copy and paste the text as needed.

#3

Yes. On paid plans you can export your site as many times as you want. It exports HTML, there is no importing of HTML supported. You could view the content in the browser and copy and paste the text as needed.

The export looks really useful. But it doesn’t appear to do CMS so we only get the static pages that way - correct? Is there any way to backup CMS pages?

thanks - dave

#4

You can use the CMS export function which creates a CSV. You can import data back with a CSV as well *. It does not download html pages. You can also use the API which would give you a JSON response containing the fields and values.

  • Currently on CSV imports, where images are present in Rich Text Fields, the image(s) will be replaced by a placeholder. This is a bug. No ETA on resolution available to me at this time.