and Linux

We get questions from bloggers all the time… One of the most frequent is “How do I back up my Squidoo?”.  So being the web heads we are, we saw some documentation about a little plugin for Firefox titled ScrapBook.  We read, downloaded, installed, and used it hard. And, you know? This works for every social website we tried!

ScrapBook is a new way to keep all that stuff you have on any number of sites safe with a local copy that your online backup can automatically archive for you. With one program! No fancy command lines, dealing with widgits, it saves it for you so if any of the sites go bad, you’ve got your content.

How you ask? Follow along and do it the easy way.

A First, go to the ScrapBook download page (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/427). Click the Install Now button (green) and restart Firefox when instructed.

B Once Firefox has restarted, you’re ready to use ScrapBook.

C Click onto one of your social websites you’d like to save with ScrapBook. Once you’re there, on the menu, select Capture Page As.

D Use “Capture Page As” to set the depth of links you want to copy. This is a important! This is how all the links on your page get automatically backed up. If you had the depth set to 0 (zero), you wouldn’t be able to copy those extra pages. You’d be able to if it’s set to 1. But if it were set to 2, you would have saved all the secondary pages, etc.

E After picking the options you want, click Capture. It’s now saved on your computer! Now, go to the ScrapBook menu and click Show in Sidebar. The captured pages are listed in plain view.

So this is what we’ve got so far? You now have a local copy of all the content on your Squidoo, etc. page. So if anything goes south, your covered. But as they show on Cable TV… “But Not only this, we have more”.

If you have a online backup product like OPENRSM Cloudbackup on your computer just make sure that it’s configuration has your personal files selected for backup. All your social website content is backed up this way and backed up with the rest of your data. And Firefox runs on windows, Mac, and Linux all the same.  Not only will your computer have a full internet backup, but your social websites will be too.

and Linux

We get questions from bloggers all the time… One of the most frequent is “How do I back up my Squidoo?”.  So being the web heads we are, we saw some documentation about a little plugin for Firefox titled ScrapBook.  We read, downloaded, installed, and used it hard. And, you know? This works for every social website we tried!

ScrapBook is a new way to keep all that stuff you have on any number of sites safe with a local copy that your online backup can automatically archive for you. With one program! No fancy command lines, dealing with widgits, it saves it for you so if any of the sites go bad, you’ve got your content.

How you ask? Follow along and do it the easy way.

A First, go to the ScrapBook download page (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/427). Click the Install Now button (green) and restart Firefox when instructed.

B Once Firefox has restarted, you’re ready to use ScrapBook.

C Click onto one of your social websites you’d like to save with ScrapBook. Once you’re there, on the menu, select Capture Page As.

D Use “Capture Page As” to set the depth of links you want to copy. This is a important! This is how all the links on your page get automatically backed up. If you had the depth set to 0 (zero), you wouldn’t be able to copy those extra pages. You’d be able to if it’s set to 1. But if it were set to 2, you would have saved all the secondary pages, etc.

E After picking the options you want, click Capture. It’s now saved on your computer! Now, go to the ScrapBook menu and click Show in Sidebar. The captured pages are listed in plain view.

So this is what we’ve got so far? You now have a local copy of all the content on your Squidoo, etc. page. So if anything goes south, your covered. But as they show on Cable TV… “But Not only this, we have more”.

If you have a online backup product like OPENRSM Cloudbackup on your computer just make sure that it’s configuration has your personal files selected for backup. All your social website content is backed up this way and backed up with the rest of your data. And Firefox runs on windows, Mac, and Linux all the same.  Not only will your computer have a full internet backup, but your social websites will be too.

and Linux

We get questions from bloggers all the time… One of the most frequent is “How do I back up my Squidoo?”.  So being the web heads we are, we saw some documentation about a little plugin for Firefox titled ScrapBook.  We read, downloaded, installed, and used it hard. And, you know? This works for every social website we tried!

ScrapBook is a new way to keep all that stuff you have on any number of sites safe with a local copy that your online backup can automatically archive for you. With one program! No fancy command lines, dealing with widgits, it saves it for you so if any of the sites go bad, you’ve got your content.

How you ask? Follow along and do it the easy way.

A First, go to the ScrapBook download page (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/427). Click the Install Now button (green) and restart Firefox when instructed.

B Once Firefox has restarted, you’re ready to use ScrapBook.

C Click onto one of your social websites you’d like to save with ScrapBook. Once you’re there, on the menu, select Capture Page As.

D Use “Capture Page As” to set the depth of links you want to copy. This is a important! This is how all the links on your page get automatically backed up. If you had the depth set to 0 (zero), you wouldn’t be able to copy those extra pages. You’d be able to if it’s set to 1. But if it were set to 2, you would have saved all the secondary pages, etc.

E After picking the options you want, click Capture. It’s now saved on your computer! Now, go to the ScrapBook menu and click Show in Sidebar. The captured pages are listed in plain view.

So this is what we’ve got so far? You now have a local copy of all the content on your Squidoo, etc. page. So if anything goes south, your covered. But as they show on Cable TV… “But Not only this, we have more”.

If you have a online backup product like OPENRSM Cloudbackup on your computer just make sure that it’s configuration has your personal files selected for backup. All your social website content is backed up this way and backed up with the rest of your data. And Firefox runs on windows, Mac, and Linux all the same.  Not only will your computer have a full internet backup, but your social websites will be too.

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