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Deleting a Site in Managed WordPress Portal

Posted on by Libby White | Updated:
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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.

Warning:
When you delete a site from the Managed WordPress Dashboard, all backups and data will be lost. If you wish to save your data, download a backup of your site to your local drive.
  1. Log into your Managed WordPress Portal.
  2. Click on the Manage Site button for the site you want to delete. Manage Site button
  3. When the site manager opens, click the trash can icon next to the name at the top of the page. trash can icon
  4. A pop-up will appear to confirm that you wish to delete the site. Click Delete Site to proceed.
    Warning:
    Even if you delete all the sites from your dashboard, you will still be charged for the product.

    Delete Site

  5. Site deletion will begin and the progress will show on the home page of your Managed WordPress Portal home page.

About the Author: Libby White

Former technical writer for Liquid Web. When Libby is not writing for work, she spends time learning more about digital & technical writing, web development, hanging with her family, and taking photographs with her Nikon. Always learning, always growing, never stopping.

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