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  • Managed WordPress

    New Pricing for Managed WordPress Plans

    - by GB

    Today we are announcing our new Managed WordPress (shared-server) hosting plans, along with a new pricing model.  … continues

  • Managed WordPressSystem UpdatesWordPress

    Announcing MWP2.0 with PHP7 & AutoSSL

    - by GB

    Awesome! I’ve been waiting to write this one for quite some time. Today we are releasing the biggest update and changes to our standard Managed WordPress Hosting & Support plans, since we first launched as WP NET in 2014! We’re calling it MWP2.0!

    Starting today, all new sign ups for Managed WordPress will be deployed to MWP2.0 accounts and include all the MWP2.0 features outlined in this blog post.

    Existing customers will be progressively migrated over to MWP2.0-based servers, beginning in around 6 weeks time. If you urgently need some features included in MWP2.0 (like SSL), then please contact us and we’ll do our best to bump you up the line.

    All new features and storage space come at no additional cost — Starter 1GB remains $29 per month. To use AutoSSL, you will need a Starter 1GB + SSL plan, which is $39 per month. If you sign up for any hosting service and pay annually you get one month free, every year of the service.

    MWP2.0 – New features

    • Site Clone & Sync — create staging sites in a few clicks
    • Improved Backups — we now store 7 days of backups (up from 2)
    • PHP7 – FPM powered versions 5.6, 7 and 7.1
    • AutoSSL via Let’s Encrypt — never worry about certificate installation or renewals again
    • HTTP/2 – all HTTPs pages will automatically use HTTP/2
    • More disk space — databases no longer contribute to usage

    You can read more about the changes on the MWP2.0 page, or read on for more …  … continues

  • Managed WordPressSystem Updates

    PHP7 Coming Soon for Managed WordPress Hosting

    - by GB

    We are busy working on some major updates to our shared-hosting Managed WordPress Hosting & Support platform, which we’re calling MWP 2.0! (Managed WordPress 2.0)

    We can’t provide all the details just yet, as we are still testing and finalising some features. However, we realise that many customers are getting desperate for PHP7 — well, I can confirm that PHP7 will be available in MWP 2.0!

    There will also be many other exciting new features, but you’ll need to wait just a little longer to hear about those, but just to give you an idea, MWP 2.0 will be focussing on speed and security. PHP7 is a big part of the performance improvements we’ll be rolling out, as PHP7 alone will give your WordPress sites a serious speed boost.

    Expect an official announcement in the next 4 – 6 weeks!

  • Managed WordPress

    PHP 5.6 is coming

    - by GB

    We are in the later stages of testing PHP 5.6 for use on our multi-tenant Managed WordPress servers. Currently these servers run PHP 5.4.

    WordPress is known to work well with PHP 5.6, and very few plugins report incompatibility with 5.6, so the upgrade process should cause very few — if any — problems.

    PHP 5.6 does bring with it some exciting new features. Not least among them: speed improvements, largely thanks to the built-in Opcode cache. When upgraded to PHP 5.6, our Managed WordPress customers can expect a small-to-medium speed boost when using the WP Admin and other PHP intensive pages.

    Cloud VPS server customers can rest easy you’re already running PHP5.5 or 5.6, both of which include the Opcode cache.

    We’re still a good few weeks away from rolling this out to all users but it is on the way!

    If you have any questions about running WordPress with PHP 5.6, please just get in touch.

  • Managed WordPressSecurityTipsWordPress

    WordPress Security Issues — This Is Good!

    - by GB

    It’s been another busy week for WordPress security — first a large number of very popular plugins were found to be vulnerable to XSS (Cross-site Scripting) attacks due to improper use of a couple of commonly used functions. Then, an important security update for the WordPress core, version 4.1.2 was released. Plugin and theme authors the world over are no doubt still busily checking their code and updates to various plugins and themes are still rolling out as I write this post (though most have already been fixed and updated a couple of days ago).

    Many WordPress users are probably wondering … why are there so many security patches coming out for WordPress? Is WordPress a safe platform for my website?  … continues

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