Reading Time: 1 minute 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.
Reading Time: 2 minutes PHP 7 is the newest release of PHP, replacing PHP 5.6 and lower. It was released in December 2015 and as of January 2017 PHP 5.6 is End of Life. This means that PHP 5.6 is only being supported for security issues, no other support will be given. With this in mind, Managed WordPress Portal [ Read More ]
Reading Time: 2 minutes In this article you will learn how to backup your WordPress database using the wp-cli tool. Knowing how to backup your database is a critical skill to have when running a WordPress site. All your posts, pages, and more live in your database; keeping backups is critical. You should always take a backup before any [ Read More ]
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Reading Time: 1 minute Note: 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 [ Read More ]
Reading Time: 3 minutes WordPress is a very popular option for running a website or blog and can be used to get your content online quickly. This guide will walk you through installing the WordPress server software via cPanel / WHM and Softaculous. Liquid Web makes WordPress hosting easy and painless, for every level of customer, especially since all of [ Read More ]
Reading Time: 2 minutes WordPress 3.0 was released this week, and just like with any new release there are a lot of questions about upgrading existing WordPress sites. In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to upgrade WordPress using the built-in upgrading tools.
Reading Time: 3 minutes In this article, we will discuss Windows logging, using the event viewer and denoting where the windows logs are stored. Windows server options include a robust logging and management system for logs. These logs record events as they happen on your server via a user process, or a running process. This information is very helpful [ Read More ]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Why should I change my admin URL? Most Content Management Systems (CMS’s) have a unique identifying login URL. For example, WordPress uses domain.com/wp-admin.php domain.com/wp-login.php for your admin login page. Because of this, hackers assume that is your login and can try to use this info, as well as the default username of admin. If you do [ Read More ]