WordPress Hosting

Modified on Tue, 06 Dec 2022 at 08:13 AM

WordPress is an open-source website creation platform that has integrations with our system. If you are running WordPress websites, you can manage them all in one spot from the system dashboard. With the search and replace feature, the system will check for all URLs with HTTP and HTTPS and update it in the new domain.

If you are using plugins to extend the functionality of your site or utilizing themes to control the appearance of your site, you can manage those here. Another useful feature available is the backup and restore feature, which allows you to bring sites back if they break. Follow along for setting up a WordPress site and the features available within the menu:

Step One: Setting up a new WordPress Site

  • Navigate to Sites > WordPress
  • To set up your WordPress site, you need to have purchased the WordPress hosting feature under the Sites tab. Once this has been done, you can get started by clicking the "+ Create WordPress" button.

  • Fill in the Site and User details.

  • Wait for 10-15 minutes until the installation is complete

Step Two: After the installation is complete, you will have access to the following: 

  • The WordPress Dashboard
    • Here you can access your site and admin portal
    • Manage Additional Domains & Primary Domain
    • Import an Existing WordPress Site using the All-in-One WP Migration plugin
    • Refresh Cache for the WordPress Site

  • User Management
    • Here you will be able to manage all users for the site
    • From the Dashboard, select Sites > Wordpress > Users

  • Backup & Restore
    • Here you will see backups for the past 3 days
    • Backups happen daily at 05:00 AM CST

  • Plugins and Themes
    • Here you can: Update, Disable, and Change Status

  • Advanced Settings
    • Perform Cache Management: change your cache policy from - Static Caching, Cache Headers, Force all cache, and No cache for their site.
    • Wipe WordPress Site: this allows you to delete a WordPress site, including all files, databases, and domains.

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