Packed full of features and an easy to use control panel, manage your WordPress websites with ease. WordPress Toolkit is everything you need all under one roof.
Combining WordPress Toolkit & WordPress
WordPress is one of the applications that benefit from being managed easily through WordPress Toolkit. Right from the start of your website projects, it can install, update, stage and clone your WordPress installations.
Maintaining and developing a website should never be done in a live environment. A plugin update, an unclosed bit of PHP, an old file version, uploaded can disrupt your website and cause unnecessary downtime.
If a visitor experiences downtime or it affects them during their visit, their confidence in your brand can take a knock. This usually means that the person will close the tab and seek another website and service.
Utilising a staging site through WordPress Toolkit you can update and test new plugins, try new designs and layouts and fix any bugs or issues that arise.
In this section, we’ll talk you through a fresh install of WordPress through cPanel and WordPress Toolkit.
Within cPanel, select WordPress Toolkit within the applications section.
In the WordPress Toolkit dashboard, select ‘Install’.
In the next section you’ll be able configure your new WordPress install.
Enter your domain name
Enter a sub directory if needed
Enter your admin username
Generate a password
Enter your email address
Enter your database name
Enter a table prefix if needed
Enter your database user name
Generate a database user password
Once complete, click ‘Install’
WordPress installation complete
Your WordPress website is now all set up and ready to go!
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