Exporting a blog to a ZIP file is a great way to archive your blog and store it for long-term use. It also makes it easier to share your blog with others, as the ZIP file can be emailed or uploaded to a cloud storage service. Additionally, the ZIP file ensures that all of your blog’s content is consolidated into a single, compact file. Finally, backing up your blog in a ZIP file gives you peace of mind that you can access it at any time, no matter what happens to your web hosting service.
ZIP format is good for archiving your blog because it allows you to compress multiple files into a single file, which reduces the overall size of the blog archive and makes it easier to store or transport. It also provides additional security by encrypting the data within the ZIP file, which makes it difficult for unauthorized users to access the contents.
ZIP format is universal because it is an open, cross-platform file format. It can be used on both Windows and Mac operating systems, and many other operating systems. It is also supported by a wide range of software, making it easy to share files with others. Furthermore, it supports advanced features such as strong encryption, password protection, and file compression.
Wordmogul allows you to preserve all the content that you’ve made in the ZIP format. This includes all articles and drafts that you’ve ever crafted within your profile.
To take advantage of it, do:
- Login to your account
- Go to settings
- Scroll down and press “Export to ZIP”
Example structure of downloaded ZIP, upon un-ZIPing should be more or less:
$ tree . ├── danluu │ ├── LICENSE.md │ ├── archetypes │ │ └── default.md │ ├── layouts │ │ ├── _default │ │ │ ├── list.html │ │ │ └── single.html │ │ ├── index.html │ │ └── partials │ │ ├── footer.html │ │ └── header.html │ └── theme.toml └── myuser └── posts ├── post-5.md └── post-6.md 7 directories, 10 files
This feature is immediately available.