How does Pagely handle core & plugin updates?

Pagely offers automatic updates of WordPress core and any plugins. Our system is uniquely designed to keep thousands of WordPress sites updated, secure, and running smooth like butter. Our upgrade process happens in the background and is a non-event. Core files are updated as new releases come out and plugins are updated daily. 

Can I opt out of upgrades?

No, well sorta. The Core will be upgraded regardless to maintain security throughout the service. All plugins within the official WordPress repository will also be updated. If you customize a plugin and do not want it overwritten at the next cycle you need to: change the plugin folder and file name, as well as change the plugin name comment header in the plugin file.

Does Pagely wait for stable core versions?

Yes. We will typically push a point release (4.0.1 to 4.0.2) the same day. However a major release like 3.9 > 4.0 we wait many weeks until 4.0.1 comes out. Major releases include a lot of features which may or may not need some extra time to test. 

Are there rollback options?

We make nightly backups of everything. So yes we can always rollback if need be. However 99% of the time the issue would be with an older plugin not compatible with a newer version of WordPress. In these cases we have a handy self-service WhiteScreen Eliminator that allows you to reset your plugin and/or theme back to Pagely defaults. Nothing is deleted, only de-activated. 

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