Main Topics

  • Creating an IAM User for Press3

    When setting up Press3 to store your WordPress site's static assets on your own Amazon S3 account, you'll need to provide credentials for an authenticated user with access to the S3 bucket. In this article, we'll show you how to create a new IAM user with the permissions they need. Configuring IA...

  • Creating an AWS IAM User Policy for Press3

    When setting up Press3 to store your static WordPress assets on your own Amazon S3 bucket, you'll need to provide credentials for a user who has access to the S3 bucket. For maximum security, this user should only have access to what they need to. In this article, we'll show you how to create an ...

  • Setting Up an Amazon S3 Bucket Permission Policy for Press3

    To use your own Amazon S3 bucket to store your WordPress assets with Press3, you'll need to first configure your bucket with certain access policies. In this article, we'll show you how to configure an S3 bucket access policy. Note: This article assumes that you've already created an Amazon S3 bu...

  • Creating an Amazon S3 Bucket For Storing WordPress Assets

    As mentioned in our introduction to Press3 article, you can configure your own Amazon S3 bucket to store your static WordPress assets. In this article, we'll show you how to create a new Amazon S3 bucket. Creating an Amazon S3 Bucket Begin by logging into your AWS account and accessing Amazon S3...

  • Introduction to Press3

    Press3 is a service offered by Pagely that allows you to automatically offload your static assets to your own personal Amazon S3 bucket. This allows you to have a lower footprint on your Pagely VPS account while still retaining your library of images or other static assets. If you have a site wit...