Install WordPress quickly and easily using xneelo’s WordPress AppInstaller. This AppInstaller is available for our Business Web Hosting packages.
If your WordPress site is slow or your server is showing high load or poor performance, investigate these aspects:
How to Reset your WordPress Password
Step-by-step instructions on how to recover a lost WordPress password or change an existing password.
How to transfer a WordPress site to xneelo
Transferring your WordPress site from your existing hosting provider over to xneelo need not be a difficult or complex task. You will find below a step-by-step guide to transferring your WordPress site over to xneelo.
How to Manually Install WordPress
This article shows how to install WordPress to your hosting account manually in situations where you prefer not to use the automated AppInstaller.
How to Install WordPress on a Sub- or Multiple Domain
Our AppInstaller can’t be used on sub- or multiple domains due to their hosting structure. This article will guide you in manually installing WordPress.
Point your Domain to your WordPress.com site
WordPress.com vs WordPress.org – what’s the difference? WordPress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) available for download at WordPress.org. We offer a free…
WordPress security tips
Follow our WordPress security tips so that you can secure your WordPress website against vulnerabilities, e.g. weak permissions, weak passwords etc.
Change your WordPress site from HTTP to HTTPS
How to move your WordPress site from HTTP to HTTPS with a padlock icon using a free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate.
Parked domains: How to fix broken images and links in WordPress
How to fix a Parked Domain on a WordPress website where the main website displays correctly, yet the Parked Domain is has broken images or links.
How to fix high server load due to wp-cron.php POST requests
If your site is struggling with high load and there are many wp-cron.php POST requests in the www logs, replace the virtual wp-cron with a real cron.
About Brute Force Attacks
This is a means of breaking in to the back end of a website with relentless successive attempts, using thousands of possible username/password combinations.
How to change the database password for WordPress sites
If a WordPress database password is reset for security reasons, the WordPress configuration.php file included with your webfiles also needs to be updated.