Getting Started With WordPress Optimized Template

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Please note that this article is considered legacy documentation for an older account management system.

Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress product is a complete WordPress hosting solution, optimized for maximum performance and blazing speed, backed by our Heroic Support®. Liquid Web WordPress Optimized Template servers are designed from the ground up to provide:

Exceptional performance

  • 100% SSD storage to maximize disk I/O
  • HipHop Virtual Machine (HHVM) for unparalleled PHP execution speeds
  • Memcached to fully leverage caching
  • mod_pagespeed to automatically applies web performance best practices to your Apache installation

Optimal Security

  • Isolated server environments
  • Automated daily backups
  • Automatic WordPress core & plugin updates (configurable)
  • Free domain SSL certificates for each site

Total Control

  • WP-CLI for full control of your sites without the need to log into WordPress itself
  • SSH and SFTP access, plus cPanel for each WordPress site you create
  • Multisite WordPress available on any site
  • Convenient dashboard for deploying new WordPress sites in seconds

Heroic Support®

  • Our Heroic Support® technicians are here 24/7/365 to answer any questions and offer help whenever you need it.
  • Around-the-clock, proactive service monitoring means we start working on any potential issues the moment they are spotted.
  • Most migrations to WordPress Optimized Template are free of charge (some limitations may apply).

This series is designed to serve as a starting point for ordering, deploying, configuring, connecting to and managing your WordPress Optimized Template server. If you need assistance or have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

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