The cPanel have been providing WordPress through Site Software for several years, even though there have been some limitations. Since the past years we have sought not only to eradicate those limitations but also to provide with new server and site administrators with new capabilities. In the month of June last year, the first iteration WordPress Manager and the fully updated WordPress Package through Site Software was released. Since then, new functions have been build up and active working are going on a long-term roadmap of features and functionality.
We must say, good-bye to the older WordPress Packager. In order to assist server and site administrators, a depreciation plan have been developed, which would allow users to be moved to the new package system. The following are the different benefits of the WordPress Manager;
WordPress package provides for Automatic Updates by default and permits the user to enable or disable such automatic updates. These updates allow the user to fix the security settings from time to time.
WordPress Manager provides self-service tools for site administrators and servers, which also includes the power to change the password for any WordPress Administrator Account.
Both Server Administrator and Site Administrator shall have similar functionality for intuitive and less hassle.
Site Administrators have every power to stage changes to their sites in a staging area and then transfer the changes to the production site by the click of a button.
All site administrators shall have the power to create email accounts for their site via the WordPress Administrator Dash Board
iii. All servers must have WordPress Legacy Package installed through the site software.
Means of Automatic conversion of WordPress legacy instances to new WordPress Package.
This Article provides for depreciation strategy that will allow the smooth transition of the WordPress sites with the help of servers and site administrators.