Category: Managed WordPress

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Whether you are using Managed Hosting products or Managed Application platforms, now may be an optimal time to look into switching your email provider to a different service.

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There may be times when you need to clean up post revisions created on your site. This is possible, using the commands already available in WP-CLI.

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If you do not keep site plugins updated along with WordPress core updated, then you run into the chance of your site being hacked or infected by Malware. If your site does get infected by malware, a way to easily find any of the non-standard WordPress core and plugin files is by using the verify checksums commands in WP-CLI (the WordPress Command Line Interface).

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What is a Redirect?

A redirect is a web server function that will redirect traffic from one URL to another. Redirects are an important feature when the need arises. There are several different types of redirects, but the more common forms are temporary and permanent. In this article, we will provide some examples of redirecting through the vhost file, forcing a secure HTTPS connection, redirection to www and non-www as well as the difference between temporary and permanent redirects.

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Want to clean up your WordPress site without having to add multiple plugins? By using WP-CLI, you can run many useful commands to helpfully clean up your database and elements related to your site. In this post, many of the most common tasks are covered:

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WP-CLI makes it very easy to rollback plugins and themes as well as update plugins and themes on sites all from command line. This is useful if you see your site is broken by a newer version of the theme or plugin. In this article, we’ll be running through some valuable commands for rolling back your site.

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We have collected some of the most common questions that customers ask about our Managed WordPress Hosting platform and housed them in one place.

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Configuring NGINX for Managed WordPress

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Running a WordPress site can be incredibly simple and used right out of the box, but you may need to customize or add specific files in order to get the most out of your site. Our Managed WordPress customers can include custom NGINX configurations for individual sites because we know that adding simple redirects or adjusting browser cache settings are actions that many of our Managed WordPress users do on a regular basis. Read on to learn how you can use this functionality for your own site.

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Deleting a Site in Managed WordPress Portal

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If you no longer need a site in your portal, you can delete the site with just one click. This will free up space and keep your portal clutter free.

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Organizing Your Sites in Managed WordPress Portal

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Managed WordPress Portal offers you the ability to organize your sites and find them quickly, create custom tags and disable Varnish caching all from your portal. Let’s take a look at the options you have to organize your sites your way, giving you the flexibility and customization you need to manage your sites efficiently. From your Managed WordPress Portal, you can:

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