How to Manage Multiple WordPress sites with MainWP


How to Manage Multiple WordPress Sites with MainWP
Mamie Mitchell

If you have security concerns, you can add a unique Security ID to your child sites’ settings. This provides additional protection by requiring the unique code generated to match when the site is added to the MainWP dashboard. If you have this enabled on any of your child sites, you would need to copy the code and enter it in the Add New Site screen. You can also enter the user name and password if the child site has basic HTTP authentication preventing access.

Manage Multiple WordPress Sites From One Dashboard
Jannie Goff

Last, but not the least, we have server information tab that fetches all of your server information and also shows, either the server is correctly configured or not. If settings are corrected as required by MainWP, you will see a green button labeled as Pass, if there is anything that needs to be fixed. It will highlight, search for the relevant guide on MainWP help center, and try to fix it. The other option is to ask your hosting provider about the related issue.

How to Manage Multiple WordPress Sites From One Dashboard With MainWP
Bryanna Atwell

Well, MainWP is a self-hosted open source manager for maintaining your WordPress sites from one location. So, rather than having the management of your sites in the hands of someone else, you will have everything under your control via a fresh WordPress install on your own preferred host, given that it complies with MainWP’s system requirements. If you’re not sure which host is best, there are a few compatibility issues you’d want to take into account.

Manage all your WordPress sites with the MainWP Dashboard
Linda Phillips

You never have to worry about that with MainWP! As a self-hosted solution, you install the MainWP Dashboard plugin on your WordPress site and not on our private server. And with fully auditable, open source code you can be sure we do not track or keep any information about your Child sites.

How to manage multiple WordPress sites from a single place using the MainWP plugin
Elza Leyva

In this tutorial, we will show you how to install two WordPress instances on separate virtual servers with Ubuntu 16.04 OS and Apache, PHP and MySQL installed on them, and how to manage them from a single place using the MainWP WordPress plugin. WordPress is one of the most popular free content management systems, written in PHP that allows web developers to build websites for any purpose. The MainWP dashboard plugin will allow you to manage your WordPress websites from one central location and get nearly complete control of all your WordPress based websites from the MainWP Dashboard.

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