MyPressable Control Panel Basics

Category: Getting Started | Last modified: November 18, 2020

Before jumping into building your first site, this article will help you become a little more familiar with the Pressable control panel and its features.

Account Control Panel

The first view that you come across when logging into your account is the site listing page. This will display all sites currently installed on your account, along with that site’s IP addresses, the number of domains and collaborators, as well as whether it’s a staging site or not. You can view more about each site by clicking on the blue “Settings” button.

You can add a new site by clicking on the “+ADD SITE” button in the header.

Follow the prompts from there to create your new Pressable site. Once you do, your site will begin deploying and an email notification will be sent when it has been completed. This email will contain information on getting logged into your newly created site.

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Site Control Panel

The toolbar along the top of the site page provides access to features and settings for individual sites on your account. This is likely where you will spend a majority of your time.
pressable site settings detail


The first page you’ll come across is the site information page, which provides information about your site and is the place where you will add/remove domains. This is also where you can configure your externally hosted email.

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The Users/SFTP tab will allow you to manage the site’s collaborators and SFTP users.

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The “Database” tab will give you access to your site’s database via PHPMyAdmin.

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Migrate Site

The “Migrate Site” tab is where you can submit a request to have your site migrated from a different host. Each site has it’s own “Migrate Site” tab and filling one out is how we know which site on our system you would like a site migrated to.

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The “Clone” tab is where you can have an exact copy of your site created for testing, templating, or staging purposes. There are many reason why you might want to clone a site and this is where you would do that from.

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If you have any further questions, please submit a ticket in your control panel.

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