Softaculous <![CDATA[Use above selected files/folders for Backup]]> Since it's very important to set up the settings correctly in case of the need for backup, I've tried to understand the help pop-ups in the interface and your answer.

Is this then correctly understood ;)

"Select additional files/folders": This is for associating additional files/folders to the backup. What ever is selected here will be backed up if...

"Use above selected files/folders for Backup":

YES - the selected files/folders will be backed up (default no sub-domains) and included in cloning and staging processes.

NO - the selected files/folders will NOT be backed up  (default no sub-domains).
BUT, the selected files/folders will then only be included in cloning and staging processes.
In other words, you should only select files/folders if you want them either to be in your future backups/clones/stages or in your clones/stages.

I wonder if above description is right?
Many thanks again.]]>
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