How to order Managed WordPress Hosting

WordPress makes it easy to build your own website.

Follow this step-by-step guide to sign up for your 30-day trial of Managed WordPress Hosting. You are then able to upgrade and attach a domain name to your Managed WordPress website.

Note: Your site will only be available for upgrade up to 30 days after the trial ends. After this 30-day period, a backup of your trial website will no longer be available. You can order a new installation of Managed WordPress by first upgrading and then contacting us for a new installation.

  • 1. Order your free 30-day trial of Managed WordPress hosting

    1. Log in to the xneelo Control Panel.
    2. Note: If you are a new customer or an existing customer using konsoleH, you need to create an xneelo Control Panel account.
    3. In the side menu, click on + Add product.
      You’ll be directed to Our Offerings (New customers will be directed to Our Offerings directly).
    4. Click Add in the Managed WordPress frame.
    5. Click Get started and complete the setup process.

    Your free 30-day trial begins when the installation process is completed. The number of remaining trial days is displayed on the Managed WordPress overview page.

  • 3. Attach a domain name to your Managed WordPress hosting package

    1. Log in to the xneelo Control Panel.
    2. Under Products in the side menu, select Managed WordPress.
    3. Click on your website name.
    4. Under Domains, select one of the following options:
    • Register domain if you want to register a new domain name. If your domain name needs to be registered, you will need to return to this page to select Attach domain once the domain has been successfully registered.
    • Attach domain if your domain is already registered on your account or your domain is registered with another provider.
    1. Complete the ordering process according to your preference.

Assist Note

Read about the difference between Managed WordPress Hosting and the WordPress installation offered on our shared web hosting packages.

Assist Tip

Use a staging site (sometimes called a test site) to test changes or new features.