WordPress Manager: The best way to make WordPress experience better with cPanel
Posted by Alex on 08 09 2017.
As you already know, cPanel is one of the simplest and most powerful web hosting software application that equips the site owners with the opportunity to easily and quickly manage their sites and servers using an intuitive and user-friendly dashboard. A hosting environment that offers cPanel would make managing a WordPress site easier than ever before. cPanel lets the site owners manage things on their own without hiring technical professionals. Over quite a long time, work was in process to develop better infrastructure to have better WordPress experience using cPanel. To ensure an easy, self-service, reliable method to manage WordPress sites via cPanel interface, cPanel WordPress Manager – a new plugin has been launched.
cPanel WordPress Manager is a special plugin that comes with WordPress RPM through cPanel/cPAddons Site software. The new version of cPAddons checks each new WordPress release against supported versions of WHM and cPanel to ensure offering the latest and the most updated WordPress.
Now let’s see how cPanel helps to enjoy better WordPress experience.
- Easy auto-update configuration – When it comes to maintaining utmost security for WordPress and the servers, the update comes really useful. And thus the installation of WordPress through WHM cPanel site software is automatically set to update each and every minor security update by default. However, the major version updates are needed to be updated manually. When automatic updates are preferred by most users, an option of those who want to have more control over when and how updates are applied is also available. In the settings, users have the freedom to choose which automated update a client would apply or turn off.
- Administrator password resets – Password resets are one of the most common support requests for the web hosting administrators with their clients with WordPress. And WordPress Manager – the new plugin helps to alleviate the headache of manually resetting the client’s password credentials while introducing a single-step and simple process to allow any cPanel user to reset their password for WordPress admin on their accounts.
- Better and continuous commitment – Not only have developers been working to deliver the above-mentioned features but also they work on a roadmap ensuring a better and deeper WordPress and cPanel integration to provide the clients with essential tools to help them manage their WordPress sites in a better, smarter and more effective way than before.
And these are some of the benefits of WordPress Manager that makes WordPress experience better with cPanel.