how can I back up my hubpages?
I want a copy on my computer of the hubs I have written if I click on save I get four options which is best
webpage complete -- html
webpage only - html
web archive single file - mht
text file -txt
assuming all content is owned by hubpages, probalby the only way to back up your work (in a way) is to take a snapshot of same and save to either your hard drive or removable storage device.
Webpage complete. It will download your entire hub, pictures included. Don't forget you can also use google as a backpack - if you need. Search for the hub on google and click on "cache" near where it is listed. This will be the last copy that google has in their database.
This is a good question. The HubPages admin should keep an option to back the entire Hubpages of a users either as xml format or simply html format.
To answer your question, it is good idea to save as COMPLETE webpages.
thank you rmshdc, typing Tornado and super hub star for your help I will use complete webpages as you suggest. Again thans for answering
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