The following FAQs apply to our WordPress hosting with WordPress toolkit
How do I log into WordPress?
How do I install WordPress?
Can I install WordPress manually?
Can I migrate an existing WordPress site from another host?
How do I preview my website?
How do I rename my WordPress installation?
How do I delete a WordPress installation?
How do I backup my WordPress Website?
How do I restore a backup?
How do I install an SSL certificate?
How are WordPress updates managed?
You can easily log into any WordPress instance installed through the control panel as follows:
WordPress comes pre-installed however you may wish to install additional websites, there are two ways to install WordPress:
Our 1-click installer automates the installation process and creates a WordPress website using default setting.
4 . WordPress will now automatically install, once complete you will be given the option to install plugins, if you wish to install any plugins at this stage click Install Plugins otherwise click close
5. Your new site will by default be named My CMS
6. Your installation is now complete
The custom installer provides you with additional control over the installation location, WordPress version and configuration settings.
Yes, just upload WordPress using either the file manager or FTP and run the install script as normal.
You can add manually installed WordPress installation into the toolkit as follows:
Yes, we offer a free migration service subject to an engineer review, we also offer a migration tool, please contact our support team for more information
You can preview your website at any time by clicking on the preview link, this is useful for developing sites, testing migrations and checking sites where the domain has not yet been updated.
By default when installing WordPress through the 1-Click installer your site will be named My CMS, you can easily change this as follows:
Enter your new site name
You can delete a WordPress installation at any time, we would recommend you take a backup before performing this action.
We backup your sites daily to our remote servers, these backups are retained for up to 7 days, to restore this backup please contact our support team, these backups are not counted against you disk space allocation.
You can also backup your website locally which is highly recommended. Local backups can be restored through your control panel, you can also set the retention and frequency of your backups. These backup are counted against you disk space allocation so please ensure you have enough space.
For daily remote backups please contact our support team and they will restore the backup on your behalf, these are kept for up to 7 days.
For local backups, you can restore as follows:
Adding a certificate is easy before continuing you will need to make sure the domain you wish to install SSL on resolves to your website.
Our WordPress Toolkit includes a patch management system that automatically scans for updates and applies patches.
There are three patching levels that can be assigned, by default Minor security updates are automatically applied.
Note: Auto patching setting applies to WordPress core only and excludes plugins and themes.
You can edit your patching settings as follows:
You can view any updates that are available for your WordPress core, plugins or themes and install any that are outstanding.
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