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Category : wordpress
February 10, 2021

How to Change Monthly Billing to Annual Billing in the Portal

If you need to change your billing terms on one or more plans, you can do so in the Nexcess Client Portal. You can change monthly billing to annual billing and vice versa.
February 08, 2021

How to migrate a site from WordPress.com to Nexcess

This help article covers how to migrate your WordPress.com site over to your hosting plan with Nexcess. Follow the steps in this article to get your site migrated over to Nexcess.
November 20, 2020

How to Deactivate all Plugins and Change the Active Theme Using phpMyAdmin

Being able to easily deactivate all active plugins on a site and change the active theme will make troubleshooting issues on your site a lot easier. This article will cover the steps involved.
November 11, 2020

The Environment Indicator in the Admin Bar

WordPress 5.5 includes a new environment type function. When site owners use local, development, staging, and production environments, the environment constant indicates which site it is.
November 03, 2020

The Migration Process at Nexcess

Our migration service for Managed WordPress and Managed WooCommerce is free for those purchasing a paid offering at Nexcess so your transition can be as seamless as possible.
October 29, 2020

How to Configure the Restrict Content Pro Plugin

Restrict Content Pro is a plugin for being able to sell memberships on your site as well as being able to restrict content. Let's review how to configure the Restrict Content Pro plugin.
October 09, 2020

Pre-Migration Checklist

Before you migrate your WordPress or WooCommerce website
October 09, 2020

Nexcess CDN Overage Billing

On Oct 8, 2020, Nexcess implemented monthly overage billing for the Nexcess CDN for any usage above the monthly free tier limit of 250 GB.
September 28, 2020

How to Safely Upgrade from WordPress 4.2 to Version 5.5

Learn how to safely upgrade from WordPress 4.2 to WordPress 5.5. It is advised to move to the most current version of the WordPress core after testing the new version on your staging site.