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  • Introducing PressARMOR™
    PressARMOR is a comprehensive security architecture developed by Pagely® that hardens and protects our network, hardware, and WordPress a...

  • How Pagely handles DDOS protection
    Our NGINX layer provides rate limiting and protection from the most common application level attacks, including bruteforce attacks agains...

  • Getting PCI compliance
    Your site's PCI compliance is determined by a third party approved scanning vendors. Hosting providers are not allowed to perform these s...

  • Performing security scans on your Pagely hosted site
    If you need to perform a security scan (including PCI scans, vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, security compliance or other...

  • Rate Limiting
    If you're seeing the Rate Limiting error, there can be few reasons for that: A WPMU network may not be using the correct domain(s) Proxy...

  • How do I point traffic to Pagely? DNS / CNAME
    There are 3 ways to point your domain traffic to Pagely. These are via: A record / IP address CNAME  PressDNS We suggest you use ...

  • Using PressDNS™ BETA
    WARNING: This feature is BETA and could have active bugs that cause site downtime. Use at your own risk. PressDNS™ which is currently BET...

  • Using WP-CLI Command Line Tools
    All VPS and Enterprise plans come with a powerful command line tool known as wp-cli  For an overview of basic commands, open terminal and...

  • WP-CLI Database Commands
    Note: Please use caution when performing commands on the database and always make sure to take a backup first. WP-CLI has some powerful ...

  • Multisite Database Commands
    WP-cli also has powerful commands for working within Multisite. Here are a few that are helpful for working within the database. One thin...

  • Add SSH keys to your Pagely account
    Pagely now provides our VPS users the ability to add SSH keys to the Atomic dashboard. With the new release of Atomic, we only allow SFTP...

  • Updating major WP releases
    We do not push major WordPress releases immediately. Major releases are typically feature enhancements whereas minor releases are securit...

  • How does Pagely handle core & plugin updates?
    Pagely performs automatic updates of WordPress core and any plugins. Our system is uniquely designed to keep thousands of WordPress sites...

  • Go Live
    When you are ready to make you site live (See pointing traffic to Pagely) on your actual domain, do the following. 1. In Hosting Panel cl...

  • 2-Factor Authentication
    We have recently added 2FA to all Pagely Atomic accounts. [What is 2FA]  2FA adds another layer of security to your account and we encou...

  • Image Editors - using Imagick over GD
      What are Imagick and GD? Imagick and GD are popular Image optimization libraries in PHP applications. Are both Imagick and GD available...

  • Your guide to Pagely's NGINX+Apache and NGINX-only modes
    Pagely supports two different webserver modes. The default mode is NGINX+Apache. There is another mode we refer to as NGINX-only. NGINX i...

  • EU Data Policies
    The following article is geared towards our VPS and higher plans. Shared sites and backups are hosted in our Virginia data center. VPS cu...

  • PHP 7 Server Rebuild FAQs
    The following FAQs cover some important details to be aware of when Pagely rebuilds your VPS in order to get PHP 7. Please note, if you'v...

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  • Reverse Proxy Setup
    Pagely can support reverse proxy setups on single instance WordPress sites (non multisite) for VPS and Enterprise level plans for an addi...

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