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How to Back Up Image and Javascript.

How to Back Up Image and Javascript.
One day, when we open our blog and we see a terrible looks, all image is disappear and all script is not function why?For your information, if you were using free template, image and script is hosted on author's hosting. There's any probability for bandwidth exceeded, most common problem in free template. What is this? Hosting have certain bandwidth limit. If there are so many people use its link, it could be limit exceeded.

So how? Become a smart user, you have to backup image and script to your own hosting. How to? Here's how to for image back up.

  1. Open Edit HTML
  2. Search all background image url, usually have .jpg, .gif, .png extension
  3. Copy URL, go to address, and save image
  4. Upload image on your own hosting such as photobucket.com , imageshack.us
  5. Copy URL image, replace all image URL on your template through Edit HTML, to your own URL image
Here's how to for script back up.
  1. Open Edit HTML
  2. Search all script url, usually have .js , .txt , .css extension
  3. Copy URL, go to address, and save script
  4. Upload image on your own hosting such as googlepages.com (for old gmail), javascripthost.com , fileave.com and another (just ask Google, he know everything)
  5. Copy script URL , replace all script URL on your template through Edit HTML, to your own script URL
I have to remind this a hundred times. Because of most people still face this problem. Designer spent many time makes template free, so help them by maintaining your own template.

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