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Downloading App Framework Content


You can save content from an app framework, depending on the type of template that you originally created your workspace with. You then download that saved content to your local desktop or laptop computer or to a cloud repository such as GitHub. # To save content from Apache See the web-provided content for [backing up Apache on Ubuntu](https://www.google.com/search?q=backup+apache+ubuntu). Configuration files are typically stored in **/usr/local/apache/conf** or **/usr/local/apache2/conf**, while web-site content is typically stored in **/var/www**. # To save content from WordPress We recommend the instructions in [How to Backup A WordPress Site On Linux](https://www.addictivetips.com/ubuntu-linux-tips/backup-a-wordpress-site-linux/) or the [WordPress-CLI-Exporter](https://github.com/Automattic/WordPress-CLI-Exporter). If you're migrating a Cloud9 workspace over to a new AWS Cloud9 EC2 Ubuntu Server-based development environment, we also provide instructions on how to install a new instance of WordPress in your new AWS Cloud9 EC2 environment as well as how to move a MySQL database from your Cloud9 workspace that you used with your WordPress site into the new AWS Cloud9 EC2 environment. For instructions, see [To install WordPress on Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS](installing-an-app-framework#section-to-install-wordpress-on-ubuntu-server-18-04-lts). # To download saved content to your computer See [Downloading Files to Your Computer](doc:downloading-files-to-your-computer). # To upload saved content to a source code repository See [Uploading Files to a Source Code Repository](doc:uploading-files-to-a-source-code-repository). # See also * [Cloning a WordPress Install](https://community.c9.io/t/cloning-a-wordpress-install/4782) * [Installing WP-CLI](https://community.c9.io/t/installing-wp-cli/4787) * [Backup and Restore of Apache & MySQL](https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1926950)