Whilst both hosting plans are run on the same Dedicated WordPress Hosting platform, Managed WordPress Hosting includes a whole raft of benefits that need doing whenever WordPress themselves, a Theme developer or a plugin Author brings out an update.
We’ve all been there before, logged into our WordPress backend only to find updates pending. You’re tempted to update immediately and figure – What could go wrong? Honestly, you don’t want to go there.
The difference between unmanaged and managed wordpress hosting!
Keeping WordPress up to date is important for both Security and compatibility reasons, most websites are hacked due to outdated versions of the WordPress core, or various themes or plugins.
Also, plugins often require the latest version of WordPress to be installed, and if this is not kept up to date it can break you site and leave it inaccessible.
The difference between unmanaged and managed wordpress hosting, Managed WordPress Hosting includes the following benefits to keep your site running like a finely tuned engine.Daily off-site backups, we can restore your site to anytime in the last 30 days.
- Daily off-site backups, we can restore your site to anytime in the last 30 days.
- Automatic Updates inc:
- WordPress Core files update
- WordPress Themes Update
- WordPress Plugins update
- Uptime monitoring
- Crash recovery by us
Our Managed WordPress Hosting offers you complete peace of mind that should something unforeseen happen to your website, we are here to resolve quickly and at no extra charge.
If you want to manage your website yourself, and many millions of people do, our top tips are;
- Backup Your WordPress Database and Site Files Before Doing Anything, a free popular plugin that allows you to perform backups is UpdraftPlus.
- Preserve Any Modifications Before Updating Themes, if you have followed an online tutorial and made any specific changes to your theme’s style sheet or php functions, copy them into a .txt file so you can use them should anything not go to plan.
- Update Themes and Plugins Before Upgrading WordPress, if you update WordPress first and you have incompatibility issues, you might get the dreaded “White Screen of Death”.