Take a tour of the new control panel at SiteGround as of August 2019.
Hosting and Domains
Did you know that SiteGround considers itself a managed hosting provider? Me either. Sure wasn’t that way when I initially got an account there.
But, that description now gives them the right to slip in any code or directives into your hosting account without even letting you know.
See what’s really going on behind the scenes and why I’m concerned about the direction they are taking.
You must upgrade to PHP 7.1 or higher prior to Dec 31, 2018. And it’s best to go to the highest level. But, if PHP 7.2 is the highest, you may run into errors and issues with it. In this quick MaAnna Minute video, I show you how to fix most all of those errors.
PHP is evolving, and you must keep pace with updates to maintain a secure WordPress site.
You also need to know how to roll an update back in case there is a PHP compatibility problem.
Discover how to avoid update headaches, and what else needs to be checked when you change PHP versions.
See how to easily check and change the PHP version on your host using cPanel.
If your SiteGround site is down, it may be due to them moving your site to a new server. See how to fix it.
• the owner of multiple sites under one cPanel account?
• a designer or trainer who creates temporary sites?
• a webmaster that needs to know how to split multiple sites into their own cPanel accounts?
If you answered yes to any of the above, the WHM Reseller Account Webinar Series is for you!!
See the special steps you need to take before and after you migrate to a new host, especially if you’re currently using CloudFlare or have converted to HTTPS.