Previous tutorial shows how to add more partial tasks to GD Press Tools 4 Pro files backup tasks, and now, here is info how to do a bit more: expand list of exception names and expand list of exclude paths that are used globally regardless of the task, partial or full.
GD Press Tools 4 Pro have number of partial tasks you can use to backup your website and include only plugins, content, themes or other things, without need to backup everything. This list of partial tasks can be expanded using a filter that will get array with existing tasks.
GD Press Tools 4.0 brings improved backup that includes backup for database and for files. You can select full backup or partial tasks only, upload archives to Dropbox, Amazon S3, Rackspace Cloud, Google Storage or any FTP. Scheduled backups are also supported.
GD Press Tools 4.0 adds simple a easy to use file manager panel. It allows you to browse your WordPress website, to access folders and files, upload files, create folders, download files or edit some of them (text editing). You can also see basic info on each file and folder and options that you can use.
GD Press Tools 4.0 adds a new debugger that can be expanded with new panels and set to show all sort of data and info about website execution: logging errors, custom elements, display important WP structures and objects and much more. Video shows how to use it, and after that how to make own panel.
There are many plugins for custom post types and custom taxonomies, but not all of them are updated regularly and not compatible with latest WP versions. If you decide to replace these plugins with GD Custom Posts And Taxonomies Tools (both Lite or Pro), here is how.