Why have a Private Cloud?

Private Cloud solutions are an excellent option for businesses and organizations that require: complete physical isolation for security, customizable server instances, and/or a high level of flexibility in their hosting infrastructure. On a Private Cloud server you will have the entire physical server is dedicated for your use. Allowing you to utilize and partition the server in any way you require. Continue reading “Why have a Private Cloud?”

Checking Liquid Web Services Status

Liquid Web promises you a 100% uptime guarantee for your servers and services, and we hold to our promises by offering the most competitive SLA credits in the industry. You can read about our promise to you in our Terms of Service. But sometimes, bad things happen. Never fear! You can check the status of all services online at Liquid Web. Checking the status will help you troubleshoot and make sure that a service is really down, or if another issue is preventing you from reaching your sites and services.
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Featured Video: How to Add a Site to Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress

In this Knowledge Base article we feature a tutorial video provided by AJ Morris, our Managed WordPress product manager. In this video AJ will show us how simple it is to set up a site in your Managed WordPress Portal.

Whether you’re building a site from scratch or migrating one over, this will be a great place to start. Continue reading “Featured Video: How to Add a Site to Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress”

Creating a Staging Site in Managed WordPress Portal

Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress Portal allows developers to create a staging site to test design, plugin and configuration changes without affecting the performance and look of your the live site.

Once your staging site is created, you have the same functionality as you do with your live site to make changes, use SFTP/SSH for file management and run updates to view changes before making them to your live site. Continue reading “Creating a Staging Site in Managed WordPress Portal”

Featured Video: Liquid Web Managed WordPress and PHP 7

There’s no doubt that PHP 7 is a lot faster and more efficient than PHP 5.x versions. The reason it’s provides better performance is because PHP 7.x underwent massive internal changes. With such massive changes something has to be too good to be true, right? No not really, but there is something you should know before updating to PHP 7.

In this Knowledge Base article we feature a video provided by Chris Lema. Chris shows how the Managed WordPress Platform makes upgrading to PHP 7 simple and quick!

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Logging Into Managed WordPress Portal

Note: The instructions in this tutorial are for the Managed WordPress Dashboard client, these instructions do not apply if you have a Liquid Web Managed WordPress Server Optimized Template account.

Managed WordPress Portal has two easy ways to access the Portal:

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Logging into phpMyAdmin from Cloud Sites

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.

  1. After logging into the Cloud Sites control panel, navigate to the Databases section.
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