To learn more, or signup, take a look on our Managed WordPress page.
Logging Into Your Manged WordPress Dashboard
You can log into your Managed WordPress Dashboard account from your Liquid Web account.
- Once logged in to your Liquid Web account, click the [+] next to your Managed WordPress server to expand the section.
- This will open a login section for your Managed WordPress Dashboard website.
- Click Login and you will be directed to your home page using the credentials sent to you via email when your Managed WordPress Dashboard service was purchased.
Log In thru Your Managed WordPress Dashboard
- In your browser, enter http://app.yourdomain.com. This will direct you to the login page for your Managed WordPress Dashboard home page.
Note: In this tutorial yourdomain is an example, please enter the actual domain name for the site you are trying to access.
- Enter the login credentials which were emailed to you when your Managed WordPress Dashboard was purchased. Click Login.
The History tab in your Cloud Sites control panel provides a historical list of the accounts previous tasks and actions. Here you can review a history of completed tasks such as: account creation and removals, creating new websites, creating FTP users, removing account resources and more.
View Account History Data
To help you keep track of actions taken on your Cloud Sites account, the History tab gives you a historical view of past actions.
On the left side of this page you will see a Filter section. Here you will see a list of various categories and values you can use to filter your Account History page. You can filter out by: task status, task action, and task type.
In the main history list area you will find additional tools that assist you in sorting and filtering. You can use the drop down to filter out account history based on Client Accounts and search history by text. Here, you can also specify how many results to show per page, navigate pages and set sort criteria.
When you first log into your Liquid Web Cloud Sites control panel, you will by default be on the Websites tab. Here you see a list of the websites created and being managed through the interface. If you have not created a website on Cloud Sites yet, this section will be blank.
This first menu item on the Cloud Sites control panel is Websites. To see how to create a website on Cloud Sites, see our article Adding a Website to Cloud Sites. Continue reading “Cloud Sites Control Panel Overview”
When you create a website on Cloud Sites control panel using Linux technology, setting up a database for that site will use phpMyAdmin as the MariaDB database handler for your site. If you haven’t set up a database in Cloud Sites, see our article Creating a Database in Cloud Sites.
- After logging into the Cloud Sites control panel, navigate to the Databases section.
Cloud Sites has a unique infrastructure setup that requires specific settings for the page cache to provide the best experience for a given site. Please use these settings when you are configuring W3 Total Cache instead of any other settings. These directions will provide an optimized configuration for W3 Total Cache on the Cloud Sites platform. This article assumes you have already installed the W3 Total Cache plugin. Continue reading “Using W3 Total Cache on Cloud Sites”
To ensure that your site performs at its best, there are a few things you can do to optimize it when using Liquid Web Cloud Sites technology. This article will take you through the top five best practices to optimize your website.
With Cloud Sites, you can create client accounts for easy client management. These client accounts group your clients’ sites together, so you can quickly see which websites belong to which clients. You can even allow your clients access to a Cloud Sites control panel containing only their sites.
Creating a Client Account in Cloud Sites
- Log into your Cloud Sites account.
- In the top navigation menu, click on Accounts.
The Usage tab in your Cloud Sites control panel provides information on the amount of bandwidth, disk space and database usage for your sites. Your Cloud Sites control panel includes 50GB of disk space and 500GB of bandwidth. You can log into your Liquid Web Cloud Sites account to view the current charges for additional space and bandwidth use.
View Resource Usage Data
To help you keep track of these metrics, the Usage tab gives you a breakdown of your usage so that you can adjust accordingly and avoid any issues.
Continue reading “Checking Resource Usage in Cloud Sites”
- Log into your Cloud Sites control panel.
- Click on the website where you’ll be creating your database.