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I'm looking for a way to update my site without deleting and recreating my entire site directory. I've researched a fair few solutions to exporting and importing site "profiles," however all of the solutions that I have found seem to be based solely on new installations or importing/exporting fields. For instance:

Site Profiler - Works with new installations, migrating to a new host, etc.

Import Pages from CSV File - Imports fields, etc.

Core Module Import/Export - Works for importing templates WITHOUT their actual PHP files.

So, is there any way to update sites without FTP? Or perhaps I'm mistaken about the plugins I listed above? I'm certain there are ways to do this aside from FTP so that I can just use an integrated menu in PWs interface, such as the core module for importing and exporting does.

Thanks for your help!

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