If you’ve ever worked with WordPress as your blog or website it can be a challenge to stay up to date with versions, themes, plugins, and security. When webmasters, web developers, or digital agencies have to create and manage more than one WordPress site, maintenance has the potential to become downright cumbersome and interfere with productivity.
So for those who do manage many WordPress sites: Imagine being able to create and manage multiple WordPress installations, themes, updates, and upgrades from a single control panel. Add to that the ability to perform security scans to ensure you have configured each WordPress site correctly and have appropriate security components in place. Instead of bouncing back and forth into separate WordPress dashboards you would perform your administrative tasks right from a single console. Well, Odin’s Plesk 12 makes centrally-managed WordPress a working reality through their WordPress Toolkit.
The WordPress Toolkit simplifies daily tasks required to manage and secure WordPress sites. It’s centrally-managed control panel allows you to:
- Manage multiple WordPress installations, plugins, and themes from a single point of entry
- Easily install, update, and remove WordPress, plus activate and remove plugins and themes
- Securely install WordPress and harden any existing WordPress installation by applying the most common recommended security settings with rollback support
HostMySite now offers three unique plans targeted to professional web developers, and digital agencies for efficiently managed WordPress Hosting. Please visit our WordPress Toolkit landing page for plans and additional information.
If you need any advice at all, our HostMySite Technical Support Representatives are available to answer any of your WordPress hosting questions, toll free, at 877-215-4678,
WordPress is the most popular blogging system in use on the Web–used as the content management system (CMS) for more than 60 million websites. As of January 20115, WordPress was used by more than 23.3% of the top 10 million websites.
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