Anybody used Archivarix?

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Seems a great tool. They told me they have their own CMS. Curious about that.

Tried to restore sites with rumy and the waybackdownloader machine, but it looked fucked up as php was not converted.

All tips, tricks and help regarding this is appreciated as always :)!
 

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Seems a great tool. They told me they have their own CMS. Curious about that.

Tried to restore sites with rumy and the waybackdownloader machine, but it looked fucked up as php was not converted.

All tips, tricks and help regarding this is appreciated as always :)!
I heard that this is an online service for site recovery from the Web Archive.

Honestly, I did not use it, but I heard that they respond positively about this service
 
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yes I used it and I found it pretty good.
I have not tried the CMS yet, but this sounds like the next level with respect to restores.
Thanks for sharing your experience! Just 2 last questions. Apologies :rolleyes: :)!
1) Was it restored exactly as it used to look?
2) I can't code at all (just basic html and css knowledge). Will I be able to use the software and to update the site (writing new posts, etc.)?
Again thank you so, so much for your help!
 

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1) Was it restored exactly as it used to look?
2) I can't code at all (just basic html and css knowledge). Will I be able to use the software and to update the site (writing new posts, etc.)?
1) yes as close as it gets
2) with basic html knowledge you should be able to edit, but it may require a bit of tweaking.
 

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I just used this to clone a site only available on Wayback Machine, as my client didn't pay for their hosting. The site was deleted from their hosting and no one else kept a copy. My client needed their site retrieved -- I think this could be a common use case.

Clone was accurate and completely useable once I figured out how Archivarix worked. Support was excellent too. If you have any problems, I recommend just contacting them, unless of course you can't find the answer on Google. I think they have some work to do in perfecting their docs and explainer videos in the meantime.

Very happy and so wrote a review on their other BHW thread.
 

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This is such a great tool. I hope somebody comes along and starts offering Archivarix restores. I don't have the skills nor time to do it.
 

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It's an amazing service and product especially considering how affordable it is.
 

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Archivarix doesn't seem to be working for me, always spits out an error
 
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