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Joomla backup and migration video tutorial Joomla Backup and Migration – In this video we’ll show you how to backup a Joomla website (2.5 or older) and migrate it to a new server using the Free Akeeba software.

If you found this tutorial helpful then please click Like or Tweet or leave a comment. Remember to watch this space as we will be releasing a range of Joomla video tutorials over the coming months. Our readers can also find our Opace Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/OpaceWebDesign. For all the latest goings on, you can keep up-to-date with Opace on Twitter https://twitter.com/OpaceWeb. And we also now have an Opace Googleplus page live at https://plus.google.com/111516148099633923012/posts.

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