What is WordPress Hosting?
WordPress is an online, open source website creation tool. WordPress hosting is a hosting plan designed with optimized security, speed, backups, WordPress updates, and scalability for hosting WordPress websites.
Is an upgrade possible on any of the WordPress Plans?
You can upgrade the amount of RAM and CPU cores for your plan. However, it is not possible to upgrade or downgrade between plans.
Will I be able to add more websites to my existing plan in the future?
The number of websites remain fixed depending on the plan you choose.
Can I use an external email service with my WordPress Hosting?
Yes, you can use any 3rd party email service for your domain. In case you are using the default name servers provided with your WordPress Hosting plan, please contact our Support Team
to update the relevant DNS records for your blog.
Is it possible to use of an existing SSL certificate with my website?
No, you cannot use an existing certificate. You will need to generate a CSR from the WordPress Hosting panel and get a certificate issued which can be installed from the panel.
Will WordPress be updated automatically?
Yes, WordPress core updates will be enabled by default.
Is there a money back period for WordPress Hosting?
No, WordPress Hosting does not have a money back period.
Is there a support for Multi-Site with WordPress Hosting?
WordPress Multisite support is not available on the WordPress Hosting Plans. If you require installing multiple websites, you have a choice from 3 of the 4 WordPress Hosting plans shown above which will let you have separate WordPress instances for each website.
Can I access cPanel with my WordPress plan?
cPanel access is not provided with any of the WordPress Hosting Plans. If you need cPanel access, please have a look at our shared hosting plans that are WordPress compatible here
Is an SSL Certificate included with the plan?
Yes. When you purchase a WordPress Hosting order, Free SSL powered by Let's Encrypt, is automatically generated and installed for all domains associated with the package