A Simple, Powerful & Complete solution for WordPress Websites
WordPress is an online, open source website creation tool written in PHP. WordPress hosting is a hosting plan designed with optimized security, speed, backups, WordPress updates, and scalability for hosting WordPress websites.
CodeGuard provides an automatic website/database backup solution. It monitors your website/database regularly and if any changes are detected, it notifies you. It also allows you to restore your website/database to a previous version. You can have a look at our CodeGuard plans, here.
SiteLock screens every aspect of your web presence, daily to identify security gaps. It not only checks your website, email and applications, but also search engine blacklists and spam filters. SiteLock not only identifies threats, but also fixes them for you automatically. This way, SiteLock works in the background to protect your website. You can have a look at our SiteLock plans, here.
No, You cannot change upgrade or downgrade your hosting plans, however the amount of RAM and CPU cores for your plan can be upgraded.
No, you cannot add more websites to any plan. The number of websites will remain fixed.
Currently, the included SiteLock and CodeGuard plans cannot be upgraded.
Yes, you can use any 3rd party email service for your domain. In case you are using the default name servers provided with your WordPress Hosting plan, please contact our Support Team to update the relevant DNS records for your blog.
No, you cannot use an existing certificate. You will need to generate a CSR from the WordPress Hosting panel and get a certificate issued which can be installed from the panel.
Yes, WordPress core updates will be enabled by default.
No, none of our WordPress Hosting plans have a money back period.
Wordpress Multisite is not supported. However, if you require to install multiple websites, you can choose from 3 of the 4 WordPress Hosting plans above which will enable you to have separate WordPress instances for each website.
No, cPanel access is not provided with any of the WordPress Hosting Plans.
No, currently an SSL Certificate is not included with the plan. You will have to purchase the certificate separately.