Thank you for choosing Managed WordPress at Liquid Web! We hope this guide will help you get started in making the most of your experience with the Managed WordPress Portal. There are some great features in the portal, and we’ve worked hard to make sure site maintenance is a cinch. Continue reading “A Beginner’s Guide to Managed WordPress”
Liquid Web promises you a 100% uptime guarantee for your servers and services, and we hold to our promises by offering the most competitive SLA credits in the industry. You can read about our promise to you in our Terms of Service. But sometimes, bad things happen. Never fear! You can check the status of all services online at Liquid Web. Checking the status will help you troubleshoot and make sure that a service is really down, or if another issue is preventing you from reaching your sites and services.
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Remote Access Keys are a cPanel feature that allows external servers and software to communicate with a cPanel & WHM server. Access keys can be used by multiple services and servers, including a cPanel DNS Cluster, Liquid Web’s SSL Automation, or to WHMCS, to communicate without needing each of the server’s root passwords.
- These instructions are intended specifically for setting up a Remote Access Key in cPanel 11.
- I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Fully Managed cPanel 11 server, and I’ll be logged in to WHM as root.
The Auto Responder functionality allows for cPanel to send a pre-made response to e-mails that are received by a given e-mail account. This is extremely useful for when someone is away from their e-mail for an extended period of time and they want to convey that to other users.