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All information related to the various platforms–such as WordPress, WooCommerce, Magento 2, and Laravel–we support, including information about our own Servebolt platform

How to backup your WordPress site

We include a daily backup of all files and databases for our clients. These backups are performed nightly and can be restored through our support, as described here: How do backups work at Servebolt. It’s also possible to do an instant manual WordPress site backup. This is recommended when performing…

WordPress Basic Configuration

All our servers are optimized and tuned for performance, and deliver much better performance than other hosting solutions. Because of this, the need for cache- aggregation an optimization plugins is reduced. Generally, you will experience that avoiding the use of performance-related plugins, and keeping the number of plugins to a…

Optimizing WordPress on Servebolt

Congratulations on your decision to move or set up your WordPress site on Servebolt. Our performance specialists have a set of standard tasks when setting up or moving a site to Servebolt. These tasks are not secret, nor complicated. Follow this to-do list to make sure your WordPress is as…

Setting up WordPress with external SMTP

The best way to send email through WordPress is with an external SMTP server. This is because (dedicated) SMTP servers are usually better setup to avoid spam, using SPF, blacklists, port blocking and more.  With an external SMTP server your emails are less likely to end up in your users…

Installing WordPress on Servebolt

We currently are offering two different version to install WordPress on your Servebolt site. With WP-CLI The easiest method for installing WordPress is by connecting with SSH. We have pre-installed WP-CLI, a command line tool for WordPress on all Bolts. To install WordPress with WP-CLI you simply log on with…

Update Revolution slider with WP-CLI

The best way to update your URLs on our servers is with WP-CLI’s search-replace function.  But if you have the Revolution Slider plugin activated you might’ve encountered that it breaks after a URL update. This happens because Revslider writes their URLs different than normal in their database tables. Here’s the…