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WordPress

Easy installation of WordPress

  1. Please visit controlpanel and login with your customer number and password.
  2. Then click on the relevant domain name in the list. Gamma hosting is the minimum required to use WordPress install.
  3. Click WordPress on the menu to get to the ability to install WordPress.
  4. Type MySQL password . If you do not currently know the MySQL password for your domain, then check out password reset guide .
  5. Enter a subfolder , which WordPress should be placed in. (Optional)
  6. Enter your desired User information .
  7. Click Start installation and wait a few seconds for the WordPress download and install.

Accelerate WordPress

Plugins like WP Super Cache or W3 Total Cache can easily be installed and will add caching to your WordPress website, which is recommended. A cache ensures to generate static files of your pages, and these static files are then sent to the users, which reduces the processing time and the load on the server. Typically, this will improve the performance up to several hundred times.

  1. Log in WordPress administration panel on your website.
  2. In the menu, select Plugins , then Add New .
  3. In the search box, type WP Super Cache and click on the enter / return, and when the plugin with the same name appears, click Install Now
  4. Then click Activate the plugin . Be aware that the cache is not automatically enabled.
  5. Click Settings next to the plugin when you look at the list of plugins.
  6. On the WP Super Cache Settings you must put the dot in the Caching On (Recommended) and then clicking Update cache . The cache is now enabled.

Automatic backup of WordPress

  1. Log on WordPress administration panel on your website.
  2. In the menu, select Plugins , then Add New .
  3. In the search box, type BackWPup and click on the enter / return, and when the plugin named BackWPup Free - Wordpress Backup Plugin appears, click Install now
  4. Then click Activate plugin . You will then get a welcome page for BackWPup.
  5. Click BackWPup in the left menu.
  6. Click Add new job to start the configuration of automatic backup.
  7. Type Weekly backup in the Please name this job at the top.
  8. Under the Job Destination choose eg Backup sent via email .
  9. From the Schedule choose eg with WordPress cron next to Start job .
  10. By Scheduler , choose weekly .
  11. Click Save changes . The job is now configured. You can test it by clicking on Run now .

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