What is WordPress?
WordPress ® is a blog- and web-publishing platform that’s not only easy to use, but recognized the world over as a standard in website creation. With its focus on aesthetics, web standards and usability, WordPress is an open-source platform that lets you manage everything from a small personal blog to a large commercial site with hundreds of pages. Hundreds of thousands of sites trust their online presence to WordPress – and with Managed WordPress Hosting from Exabytes, you can too.
How do I learn to use WordPress?
WordPress is the most popular website building tool in the world, the WordPress community offers tons of free support at https://wordpress.org/support/
If I have a WordPress site hosted somewhere else, can I move it to Exabytes?
Yes. You can migrate your site over to Exabytes Managed WordPress by contacting our 24/7 support. We’ll be glad to assist on the website migration.
How does your version of WordPress differ from other installations?
We start you out with the latest version of WordPress, the same one you’d download from WordPress.org. And anytime there’s an update, we install it for you automatically. You never have to hassle with installing another update or worry about running an outdated or compromised version of WordPress.
After I purchase, how do I get started?
Not sure how to create a blog or get started building your site using WordPress? Don’t worry!
Your hosting plan is seamlessly connected to the latest version of WordPress, so all you need to do is log in and you can start building a site directly from your control panel. Not sure how to log in? Check “How can I access my WordPress installation?” below.
And if you ever have questions, don’t hesitate to contact professional 24×7 support team. Our in-house WordPress experts can guide you through creating, updating or even promoting your website or blog.
How can I access my WordPress installation?
You may log in to your WordPress website or blog as steps below.
Type http://yourdomain.com/wp-admin, where yourdomain.com is your domain name, and that will take you directly to the Admin login screen.