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Change Account Level PHP Version For New Sites

You can change the default PHP version for all new sites created in your account by accessing your Profile page in the MyPressable Control Panel.   Under Default PHP Version select which…

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Differences Between PHP Versions 7.4 and 8.0

With Pressable, all sites can now switch between PHP versions 7.4 and 8.0 with just one click in MyPressable Control Panel. To change your PHP version: Login to MyPressable Control Panel Go to…

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Updating PHP 7.3 to 7.4 FAQs

What: All sites on the Pressable platform that were previously running PHP version 7.3 have been automatically updated to 7.4. When: This update occurred on November 1st, 2021 Why: PHP 7.3 will…

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How to change your PHP version

For speed and security, Pressable offers its customers the latest-and-greatest PHP versions. You can choose which version of PHP to enable from within the site’s my.pressable.com dashboard. Simply select the desired version from…

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Preview: What to Expect from PHP8

Did you know that the official release date of the new PHP 8 is December 3rd, 2020? The new version of the PHP 8 will include a lot of breakthrough changes, as well as further improvements in performance,…

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Dealing With PHP Issues

Change can be scary and any change to how your website works can be scarier. Recently PHP 5.6 and 7.0 have come to their end of life. Websites are being updated to the now current…

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Adding custom redirects with custom-redirects.php

Although there are plugins (such as Redirection) that can help you create redirects on your site, there is a way to have more (programmatic) control over redirects on our platform: custom-redirects.php. To…

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PHP Info & Limitations on Pressable

From time to time, we receive questions from customers in regards to specific PHP values such as max_execution_time, memory_limit, and upload_max_filesize. The question usually arises due to requirements made by certain themes and plugins. While…

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How to Access phpmyadmin with WordPress

We offer database access to your site through the popular open source phpMyAdmin software and programmatically. This provides you with direct MySQL access to your site. Accessing your Database via phpMyAdmin To…

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15 Performance Improvements for WordPress

Your WordPress site’s performance can be directly tied to your user satisfaction, search engine rankings, and ultimately, your revenue. Yeah, it’s that important. Without proper optimization, your site will get slower over time. However, it…

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Collect Those Coins: How to Generate More MRR with Add-On Services

Today’s guest blog post was written by Isaac Castillo, the founder of Echo Design Solutions, a San Antonio-based web development company.    When I was younger – and even today – I was obsessed with…

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How to Protect Your WordPress Website From Content Scrapers

Are content scrapers targeting your WordPress website? Consisting of bots that crawl the internet while copying content, they can prove troublesome for several reasons. Content scrapers will consume bandwidth and server resources, which could lead…