Main Topics

  • Fixing CORS Errors

    What Are Pagely's Default CORS Headers? By default, Pagely adds CORS headers on ARES for webfonts such as "eot|otf|svg|ttc|ttf|woff2". What If We Want To Add Additional CORS Headers? Most cross-origin-resources should work out of the box. If there are any security concerns about using t...

  • How do I change the url of an active Pagely site to a new site url?

    Switching aliases on an existing site You'll first need to point the new domain name to Pagely. (How do I point traffic to Pagely? DNS / CNAME) Login to atomic-beta.pagely.com. go to Apps, select the "settings" gear icon, scroll down and click "add domain."Click on the Mark Pr...

  • WordPress Editor is missing

    We have disabled the file editors from the WordPress dashboard for a few different reasons and are requiring users to make file modifications via sFTP. Security precaution. We have seen a high volume of brute force attacks lately where a bot guesses the weak password of a WordPress account and ...

  • Which plugins and themes are allowed?

    Nearly all WordPress themes are compatible. Some cache intensive themes may need modifications to work as expected. We discourage the use of cache plugins on our platform as we handle caching via NGINX. We also disallow a small list of plugins that can pose performance problems for our servers.  ...

  • Dedicated IP Addresses and SNI

    On a VPS plan, you can purchase up to 4 dedicated IP’s at $5/IP/month. For those on Enterprise plans or higher, there is an option to purchase more but you'll need to contact support for that request. In an effort to help preserve IPv4 addresses, the reason for the extra IPs is subject to Pagely'...

  • Post Revisions

    By default the WordPress revisions system stores a record of each saved draft or published update. The default setting for `WP_POST_REVISIONS` is true which means all changes/edits to content are saved in the database forever. You might think this should be unlimited but as you can imagine this c...

  • Debugging Errors on WordPress & Viewing Logs

    Getting errors on your site can be frustrating, especially when you're not sure what might be causing them. In the following article, we'll show you how to review your error logs to track down possible issues that are causing the error.   With SSH/Terminal Access Troubleshooting via SSH is usuall...

  • Email Deliverability Options for WordPress

    Note: This article is related to how your WordPress site sends out email, not your main/personal email service. Email has been around since the dawn of the internet, however it is also really hard to do well. Spam is so prevalent that it is in everyone's best interest to use a dedicated email pro...

  • How Do I Choose a Quality WordPress Theme/Framework?

    When selecting a theme or framework, we recommend doing your research. Here are a few basic guidelines to follow when choosing a theme. Make sure the theme author/shop is reputable and uses current WordPress coding standards. Read reviews. There are millions of themes available. Find out what ot...

  • Getting an Error When Importing Large WordPress XML Files

    To keep your site operating at optimal speeds, we keep the timeout value on the server fairly low. If you get an error when using the WordPress importer (Tools > Import) to import your posts when migrating your WordPress site, just hit refresh once and wait. When the page is done loading (you ...