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What is the Liquid Web SolidWP Bundle?

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In a recent press release on our blog, we announced that Liquid Web has acquired SolidWP (formerly iThemes) — a leader in WordPress plugin development. Needless to say, this is exciting news — another important step in our commitment to make WordPress hosting easier than ever.

We have had a partnership agreement with SolidWP since 2016 to bundle the Solid Central dashboard into our WordPress platform. Moving forward, we expanded on this integration by adding Solid Backups and Solid Security Pro. With this awesome news, we also have an awesome deal for our non-platform WordPress users.

The Liquid Web SolidWP bundle

For our WordPress customers hosting on a traditional platform, we now offer an exclusive Liquid Web SolidWP bundle. Through this bundle, for the first time ever, you can purchase the core SolidWP plugins in a single package. With this offer, you have access to Solid Central, Solid Backups, and Solid Security Pro for one low price. Check out our bundle product page to learn more about the exclusive offer.

Getting Support for SolidWP Products

SolidWP will remain an independent business unit of the Liquid Web family. This means that going forward we will continue providing support for these products under the SolidWP brand. If you are seeking support for a SolidWP plugin, you can find documentation in the Solid Help Center. And, you can contact the SolidWP support team after logging into the SolidWP Member Access Panel.

Official SolidWP plugin documentation is broken out by product:

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About the Author: Dan Pock

Dan Pock does technical support at Liquid Web with a background in System Administration, Public Relations, and Customer Service. His favorite things include his cats, Oscar Boots, and Dash Nougat; experimenting with PHP; and making up recipes (or at least attempting to). You can find his coding hijinks on GitHub, where he shares most of his projects and open source work.

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