To improve efficiency when making changes on a per-app basis for your various sites managed on Pagely's managed WordPress hosting, we've included several options that you can change from within your app view in Atomic.
WordPress White Screen Eliminator
Are you getting the infamous "White Screen of Death" on your site? Here's how to activate our White Screen Eliminator when viewing a WordPress app's configuration in Atomic.
The White Screen Eliminator is located all the bottom of the App Details Overview page.
For more information see our article on Debugging Errors with the White Screen Eliminator.
Purge an Application's CDN Cache
If you want to purge the cache for a single WordPress application on your account, there's a quick shortcut icon from within your app's details page in Atomic.
Upon clicking on the icon, you'll be taken to this app's CDN settings page where you'll be able to clear your app's CDN cache.
For more information on clearing your CDN cache, see our article on clearing cached assets.
Manage an Application's DNS Records
If you need to add, remove, or modify DNS records for a particular app, there's a quick shortcut icon within your app's settings page.
Upon clicking on this icon, you'll be taken to the DNS settings page for your app, where you can make the appropriate DNS changes.
For more information on making DNS changes, see our article on managing DNS records.
Manage an Application's SSL Certificates
Inside each app's details page, there's a shortcut icon to easily access, manage, and install SSL certificates for your app.
Upon clicking on the SSL icon, you'll be sent to your app's SSL certificate settings page where you can make changes to existing certificates, generate a CSR, or even install new certificates on a specific app.
For more information on managing SSL certificates in Atomic, see the following articles:
- Installing 3rd-Party SSL Certificates
- Installing a Free Let's Encrypt SSL Certificate
- Generating a CSR
Add, Remove or Modify an Application's Domains
If you need to manage multiple domains within an application, you can do so from within the Domains section of your app's settings page.
From inside this section, you can easily add domains, change an existing domain to the primary domain, remove a domain, and many other domain-related actions.
For more information on making domain-related changes on an app, see the following articles:
- How Do I Point My Domain to Pagely?
- Going Live: Changing Your Site's Domain
- Domain Aliases in Atomic
- Moving a Domain Between Apps
Create and Manage an ARES Gateway Rules (Redirects, Access Control, etc.)
Thanks to the blazing speed of gateway-level redirects and access rules, Atomic is the recommended way to create ARES rules on Pagely-hosted WordPress sites. Inside your app's settings page, we've included a section for managing ARES gateway rules.
For more information on creating redirects, see our article on creating redirects in Atomic.