Once you upload your website and database files to your site using the Cloud Sites File Manager, you may want to edit them from time-to-time. Forget opening that external text editor! Use the Cloud Sites File Manager edit function and edit to your heart’s content and have the changes save immediately, making simple changes to your site and files as easy as 1-2-3! Continue reading “Editing Files Using Cloud Sites File Manager”
Introducing the newest feature to our Cloud Sites product, the Cloud Sites File Manager. The Cloud Sites File Manager provides you the ability to upload, edit, delete, and backup your website files through one, easy interface. No more need for an external FTP client to manage your files, just log into our file manager and start getting to work! Continue reading “Introducing Cloud Sites File Manager”
Now that you’ve seen how to log into the Cloud Sites File Manager, let’s explore some of the functionality. One of the most used functions of the file manager is uploading files. Instead of using an FTP client to upload files to your site, you can now manage these uploads right within your control panel. Continue reading “Uploading Files Using Cloud Sites File Manager”
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”
The Settings page for Managed WordPress Portal gives you access to change your profile and billing information, changing the timezone for your dashboard, and the ability to view your passphrase for authenticating your account when contacting our Heroic support team. Continue reading “Navigating Your Settings Page in Managed WordPress Portal”
One of the biggest reasons for poor web page performance, are images being added to sites that are far larger than needed. Managed WordPress Portal partnered with TinyPNG to provide a solution for site slowness due to over-sized photos. The Compress JPEG & PNG images plugin from TinyPNG is included in your hosting package, free of charge. This plugin allows you to be proactive and solve the technical burden of getting your site to load up quickly.
Continue reading “Using Bulk Optimization in Managed WordPress Portal”
If you have enabled Cloudflare for a site in your Managed WordPress Portal, you may run into an issue where you are unable to update the domain name. When you attempt to change the domain name to the one you want visible to the customer, an error message will show in your site dashboard. Continue reading “Using Cloudflare with Your Managed WordPress Portal”
Managed WordPress Portal provides you an easy way to view the visual changes to your website when you update plugins. With the Visual Comparison Tool, your Managed WordPress Portal will create a staging site, update your plugins and give you the ability to see what changes (if any) the plugin update made to your site before it goes live. If there are no visual changes to the site, your plugins will automatically update on the live site. Continue reading “Using the Visual Comparison Tool in Managed WordPress Portal”