- Create Custom site names
- Create Custom Tags
- Use a List or grid view of each site
- Enable and disable Varnish caching
Note: Changing the site name will not change the domain name. To change the domain name, please see our article Going Live with Your Site in Managed WordPress Dashboard.
- Log into your Managed WordPress Portal.
- Click the Manage Site link for the domain you want to change the site name for.
- In the Site Name section, delete the current name and replace it with the name you want to use.
- Click Update to change the name.
- The site name will now display on the Main Page of your Managed WordPress Dashboard under My Sites.
- To add a tag to a site, click the Manage Site button for the site you’d like to create tags for.
- Navigate to the Tags section of your site management page.
- Type the tag you want to assign to the site, and click Add Tag.
Note: You can assign as many tags as you’d like to a site, as well as use the same tag for multiple sites.
- Now, when you go to your dashboard home, the tags will show at the top of the page.
- To show your sites by tag, click on one or more tag and the sites with those tags will populate below.
Delete a Tag
- To delete a tag you are no longer using, click Manage Site for the site containing the tag.
- In the Tags section of the site manager, hold your mouse over the tag, an X will appear, click the tag to delete.
- A pop-up will appear to confirm that you want to delete the tag.
- Once confirmed, the tag will no longer show in the Tags section of your site.
Note: The view you choose is by session only, Managed WordPress Portal automatically reverts back to list view if you close your browser session and open a new one.
- Managed WordPress Portal automatically shows a list view of your sites.
- Click the squares next to the site search section to change the view to a grid view.
- Click on Manage Site for the site you want to disable Varnish for.
- From the site management page, scroll down to the Advanced Settings section at the bottom of the page.
- Click the button next to Varnish Cache to disable.
- Confirm that you want to disable in the pop-up.
- Varnish Cache is now disabled.