Main Topics

  • Exporting Redirects From Atomic

    If you're using Atomic to create redirects from one URL to another, you might find the need to export them. In this article, we'll show you how to export your redirects as a CSV. Begin by logging into the Atomic control panel. On the left side menu, click on Apps to access your app listing. Next...

  • Deactivating an App

    For one reason or another, you might need to deactivate a currently active app. In this article, we'll show you how to deactivate an app from within Pagely's Atomic control panel. What Happens When I Deactivate an App? When an app is deactivated, it will simply stop accepting traffic. Unless the ...

  • Moving a Domain Between Apps

    Do you need to move a domain from one app to another? Here's how to do it in the Atomic control panel. First, log into Atomic. Next, access your app list by clicking on Apps on the left side menu. Within your app listings, locate the app that contains the domain you want to move and click on the...

  • ARES, Let's Encrypt and New Atomic FAQ

    What Is the ARES Web Application Gateway? The ARES Web Application Gateway by Pagely features fully automated deployment and remote configuration of SSL certificates (and much more) allowing for seamless and hands free management by our engineers and robust performance and flexible configuration...

  • Adding DKIM Records With Long Values

    Overview NOTE: This article is for customers that are utilizing our PressDNS service to manage their DNS zones. This article covers how to add a DKIM record that has a value longer than 255 characters. Some e-mail providers such as, Google or Office 365 will require you to add DKIM records for va...

  • Changing Your Site to NGINX-Only

    By default, all Pagely applications deploy with an Apache NGINX reverse proxy. WordPress was traditionally deployed on a LAMP stack (the A representing Apache), NGINX is generally better at handling requests. As such, NGINX would serve as a bridge between the traditional web server (Apache) and t...

  • Changing PHP Versions

    Toggling PHP Versions in Atomic To toggle between PHP versions in your Atomic control panel, perform the following: Log into the Atomic control panel. On the main menu at the left side of the screen, click on Apps. Locate the app that you want to change the PHP version on and click on the gear i...

  • What is my Atomic Username?

    Your Username is the email address we send email notifications to. If you need to reset your password, simply click the password reset link, enter the your username, and check your email. Atomic is the control panel for all things Managed WordPress at Pagely. Click here to login.

  • How to Add a Site in Atomic

    Adding a new site is easy in Atomic. Here's how to do it: Begin by logging into your Atomic dashboard. On the left side menu, click on Apps. On the top right corner of the Apps page, click on the New App button. A new section will now appear at the top of the page. Inside the Primary Domain fiel...

  • Changing Account Details

    As time goes on, you might need to make changes to your account in the Atomic control panel. Here's how to access your account's settings to make those changes. Begin by logging into your account in the Atomic control panel. On the top right of the page, click on the My Settings button. From h...

  • Plan Upgrades and Add-Ons in Atomic

    Upgrading your Pagely managed WordPress hosting plan or requesting an add-on is straightforward. For your convenience, you're able to upgrade your plan at any time directly from within the Atomic control panel. While we love to see you grow, we're not in the business of of charging more without g...

  • Reviewing Your Plan and Subscriptions in Atomic

    Do you need to know more about your current Pagely account's managed WordPress hosting plan or any additional subscriptions on your account? Here's how to get more information from inside the Atomic control panel. Locating Your Current Plan To find your current plan, log into the Atomic control p...

  • How to Delete an App

    Note: If you plan to cancel your entire account, you will want to take a look at our account cancellations article instead. Deleting all applications on the account DOES NOT stop the billing because you still have an active account. Begin by logging into the Atomic control panel. Once you're log...

  • Adding Domain Aliases in Atomic

    Domain aliases allow your WordPress site to respond to requests from multiple domains. For example, if you have your app configured to use example.com as the primary domain but also want www.example.com (or even a completely different domain like pagelyexample.com) to go to that same app, you wou...

  • App Actions in Pagely's Atomic Control Panel

    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 o...