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Every now and then you need to take your website down for back-end updates, changes, or other various reasons that require the website to be temporarily disabled. With the WordPress toolset provided in our Managed WordPress Hosting — you can easily enable “maintenance” mode to place your website in a temporarily disabled state to prevent […]

How to Change WordPress Theme

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Although changing a theme in WordPress isn’t incredibly difficult, there are a few risks associated with doing so which must be addressed before making any changes. Before Changing Themes Note performance metrics – you’ll want to compare page loading times and bounce rates on the old theme vs the new one, so make note of […]

Maintenance is as big a priority as creating new post content on WordPress sites, particularly when it comes to broken image links. Having a broken link pointing to an external site is bad because it’s a poor user experience. But having a broken link pointing to media content on your own site is bad because […]

This article covers how to access your WordPress management interface through the Plesk interface. We’ll be going over the steps required to make this process simple and easy. Step 1: Login to your Plesk interface You can login to Plesk through two methods. Through your my.knownhost.com dashboard following this method: one-click login Through the direct URL received […]

Our semi dedicated hosting packages provide great alternative for those users who need additional performance and storage for their websites but whom don’t necessarily need the additional access and maintenance of root access that comes with our VPS and Dedicated server platforms. We tailor the servers to meet the needs of modern applications such as WordPress, XenForo, […]

If you wish to ensure no changes are being made to websites during a migration, it is best to consider preventing updates on your website and setup some form of maintenance or offline mode. Many¬†CMS¬†applications offer this functionality through use of plugins or a .maintenance file in the document root. By placing the website in […]