At the end of the day, however — no matter how secure your servers are — websites (especially popular ones) still occasionally end up being attacked. If your site is unfortunate enough to get hacked on managed WordPress hosting, you’ll almost certainly be better off since your hosts will likely have both more WordPress-specific know-how and be willing to apply it to get you out of a fix than a general shared host (a little bit more about this further down) will. … [Read more...] about Shared vs Managed WordPress Hosting
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About the service Positioning themselves as a premium WordPress hosting company built specifically for designers, freelancers and creative agencies, Flywheel has a LOT to offer that can’t — at least as far as I know — be found elsewhere. We’re talking stuff like the ability to create free demo sites, an array of handy tools allowing multiple designers to work on the same site before it’s launched and — perhaps best of all: client billing transfer. That’s right — you can create a site for someone else on your own account and then, whenever you’re ready, transfer the account/billing for the site to the client! … [Read more...] about Flywheel’s Managed WordPress Hosting – First Impressions!
Shared VPS Cloud Dedicated Shared hosting means that you share a server’s resources with other sites. A shared hosting plan is like a large neighbourhood. You don’t know your neighbours or what they are doing. They could be criminals or upstanding citizens. The same goes for the sites sharing your server; you don’t know them, and at any moment, a vulnerability on a neighbour’s site could pull your site down. Consider shared hosting for small projects or your first site. … [Read more...] about How to Choose the Proper WordPress Hosting for Your Site
Website caching: Varnish caching optimized for WordPress sites. Content Delivery Network (CDN): For new customers on the cloud hosting service, all plans include free CDN access via a partnership with MaxCDN. PHP: PHP 7.2 is standard on new Flywheel WordPress websites. There is no option to manually change PHP version; you must contact support to arrange this. HTTP/2.0: Available for all sites hosted by Flywheel that are using an SSL certificate. SSL: Free SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt, or pay a monthly fee to use your own. SFTP: Secure FTP access to your web space for uploading and editing files via your choice of client. Server file manager: No online file manager; just FTP access to the server space. Database access: Web-based access to the site MySQL database via a custom database manager (no phpMyAdmin). Email service: No email service on any of the Flywheel plans; G Suite and other services are recommended. WordPress website management: WordPress core software … [Read more...] about Flywheel WordPress Hosting Review: Everything You Need To Know 2018
Before we get to the details of the individual packages, it’s worth pointing out that, unlike many other WordPress web hosts, there are no overage charges to worry about if you go over your allowance of bandwidth or visitor numbers. If you consistently exceed your allowances, you will be asked to upgrade your plan. However, for one-off traffic surges there won’t be any extra charges or restricted access to your site. SSL certificates are provided for free, and site migrations are included in the price too. … [Read more...] about Flywheel WordPress Hosting Review: Everything You Need To Know 2019