Running a WordPress site can be incredibly simple and used right out of the box, but you may need to customize or add specific files in order to get the most out of your site. Our Managed WordPress customers can include custom NGINX configurations for individual sites because we know that adding simple redirects or adjusting browser cache settings are actions that many of our Managed WordPress users do on a regular basis. Read on to learn how you can use this functionality for your own site. Continue reading “Configuring NGINX for Managed WordPress”
If you run WordPress sites on a dedicated or VPS server, you likely know it is critical to make sure that your software is up to date. In fact, you may have automatic updates enabled, so your site updates as soon as WordPress updates are available. If you are running WordPress sites on a Liquid Web product such as our Storm VPS or Dedicated servers, please read on. This article contains critical information for you regarding WordPress 4.9.4 updates and action is required.
WordPress 4.9.4 is now available and addresses a bug in 4.9.3, which will cause automatic updates from WordPress 4.9.3 to fail. This means your site needs to be manually updated to 4.9.4.
Fortunately, updating your WordPress install is pretty simple (We do suggest that you take a site backup before updating, as with any software update.)
- Log into your WordPress admin page (www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin). Once logged in you should see a prompt in the WordPress dashboard, as shown below:
- Click on the Please update now text, which will take you to the WordPress Updates page. You can also click on Dashboard → Updates, where you will be taken to the same WordPress Updates Page.
- Click the Update Now button. The WordPress update will run, and after it completes, you’ll see the page below:
As always, our Helpful Human Support team is standing by to assist you with any questions or concerns, just open a chat, ticket, or call us and we’ll be ready. You can also find more information about this maintenance release on the WordPress.org site.
Migrating your email from your server to Liquid Web’s Premium Business Email is made easy with our free self-service migration tool. From your browser, navigate to https://liquidweb.selfmigration.com and follow the instructions below. If your migration seems to be taking longer than expected, please see the troubleshooting section of this article. Continue reading “Using the Email Migration Tool for PBE and Hosted Exchange”
Resetting passwords in your Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange is a painless experience with the tools available for either self-service password recovery or by having an administrator change your password for you. This tutorial will outline how to recover a lost or forgotten password in your email account. Continue reading “Reset Passwords in PBE and Hosted Exchange”
Your Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange come with a support tool with everything you need to set up your email client on desktop and mobile devices. You also have access to troubleshooting and repair information in case you run into issues during and after the webmail client setup. If you have Premium Business Email Plus, the email help tool will allow you to set up your Cloud Drive for document storage and sharing as well as learn how to use Mobile Sync for your device setups.
No one likes email spam, it’s a fact! There are ways to filter spam with your cPanel email, but what if you had automatic spam filtering that provided better protection and the ability to determine how it’s filtered? The answer is here with Liquid Web Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange. Once you activate your Premium Business Email or Hosted Exchange account, you have access to and control over how your spam is filtered and delivered. Let’s take a look at how it works! Continue reading “Adjusting Spam Filters In PBE & Hosted Exchange”
Other than the platform you get your mail on, there’s really no difference between how you add a mailbox with your Premium Business Email or Hosted Exchange email. Adding an individual mailbox is an easy process that just takes a few moments, or you can add multiple mailboxes all at one time. Continue reading “Adding a Mailbox in Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange”
Just like adding a single mailbox, adding multiple mailboxes at once is nearly an identical process for both Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange. Adding Multiple mailboxes comes in handy for migrating your email to Liquid Web Premium Business Email or Hosted Exchange. With just a simple spreadsheet, you can create all the mailboxes you need for your organization. Let’s take a look at how! Continue reading “Adding Multiple Mailboxes in PBE and Hosted Exchange”
As we learned in our article What Are Domains?, a domain is associated with an IP address that directs visitors to the right location in the Internet that houses your site and its contents. In the same way, a Glue Record binds the IP address to a static cache so visitors can always locate your site without issue. This avoids impossible dependencies for that DNS zone. Your registrar holds the Glue Record and allows traffic to be directed without using the lookup process of DNS. You often see a Glue Record used for nameservers, but it is occasionally in other records depending on circumstances. Continue reading “What is a Glue Record?”
Domains create your address on the internet. When you own a domain, you can tell people to go to the URL mysite.com and they will see whatever content you’ve associated with that domain. Every domain name is matched to an IP address and follows the Domain Name System (DNS).
Without a domain, every website would only be identified by the IP address. Imagine that instead of typing liquidweb.com into your web browser, you had to remember 126.96.36.199, Liquid Web’s IP address. Now imagine remembering strings of numbers for every website you ever want to visit! Continue reading “What Are Domains?”