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September 25, 2020

Debugging and Fixing WordPress Critical Errors

To enable debugging for your WordPress site, locate your SSH credentials. Use those to log in using a SSH client and then edit the site's wp-config.php file as outlined in this article.
September 18, 2020

Using the Recapture Platform and Plugin on Your Site

Recapture is a feature-complete platform with very easy to use plugins to integrate with commonly used plugins on your site for being able to recover abandoned carts.
August 24, 2020

How to Enable Auto-Updates for Plugins and Themes

The auto-updates feature introduced in WordPress 5.5 is very easy and supports plugins and themes that are on WordPress.org — if you do not want to use the alternative Nexcess update functionality.
August 18, 2020

How to Disable WordPress Core Updates

WordPress core updates include new features but can also break your site. To not have this happen it is possible to disable WordPress from updating to a major release on your site.
June 29, 2020

How to Enable Let’s Encrypt

Learn how to enable Let's Encrypt, a type of self-generated SSL certificate available for Nexcess Managed WordPress and Managed WooCommerce clients.
April 23, 2020

How to view your admin credentials in the Portal for your Managed WordPress or Managed WooCommerce New Install Site

Learn how to view your admin user credentials — username and password — in the Nexcess Client Portal for your newly installed site with Managed WordPress or Managed WooCommerce hosted by Nexcess.
March 24, 2020

Setting Expire Headers & ETags

One way to improve site load times is to set site assets, such as images, CSS files, and JS files to be cached in the browser. You can do this by adding expires headers in the site's .htaccess file.
March 20, 2020

How to Use Qubely Pro

Qubely Pro is a premium plugin provided by Nexcess for free with your Managed WordPress/WooCommerce web hosting plan. This page builder plugin works with the Gutenberg block editor in WordPress.
February 12, 2020

Upgrading Your PHP 7 Version

PHP 7 is the newest release of PHP, replacing PHP 5.6 (EOL) and lower. Managed WordPress and Managed WooCommerce hosting gives you an easy upgrade tool so that you can update your sites to PHP 7.
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