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All packages include the NEW WordPress Toolkit Deluxe!

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WordPress Deluxe Hosting Plans & Pricing

Deluxe hosting solutions that present the Evolution of WordPress Management

WP 10GB

DELUXE

Deluxe WordPress hosting
Ideal for one
WordPress website

€ 9,95

monthly*

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€ 12,95

monthly*

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€ 13,95

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1 Website

10 GB SSD STORAGE

Everything from
WordPress Lite
+ Deluxe Features

WordPress Deluxe Toolkit

Manage Existing Installations

Website Dashboard

Single and Multi-Site Auto Updates

Smart Updates

Site Cloning

Security Hardening Tools

WP 25GB

DELUXE

Deluxe hosting plan
for three professional WordPress websites

€ 18,95

monthly*

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€ 25,95

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€ 26,95

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3 Websites

25 GB SSD STORAGE

Everything from
WordPress Lite
+ Deluxe Features

WordPress Deluxe Toolkit

Manage Existing Installations

Website Dashboard

Single and Multi-Site Auto Updates

Smart Updates

Site Cloning

Security Hardening Tools

WP 50GB

DELUXE

The Advanced premium hosting plan
for up to five specialized WordPress websites

€ 34,95

monthly*

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€ 38,95

monthly*

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€ 40,95

monthly*

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5 Websites

50 GB SSD STORAGE

Everything from
WordPress Lite
+ Deluxe Features

WordPress Deluxe Toolkit

Manage Existing Installations

Website Dashboard

Single and Multi-Site Auto Updates

Smart Updates

Site Cloning

Security Hardening Tools

*  Tax not included

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WordPress Toolkit Deluxe features included in every plan

The WordPress Toolkit (WPTK) empowers you to install, secure, and configure multiple websites in a single easy-to-use interface. This Toolkit simplifies site management by automating complex tasks and providing a unified configuration and support experience.
The WordPress Toolkit offers a collection of tools that provide a complete WordPress management solution.

You can configure and automatically install sites with a customized plugin and theme sets, making the usually time-consuming task of plugin and theme installation almost instantaneous.
The Toolkit comes with several sets, such as WordPress Essentials, WordPress Classic, and the eCommerce Pack.
The site installation tool also allows you to pre-select automatic update settings before installation. Choose any combination of automated update strategies for major and minor releases of WordPress, plugins, and themes.
With WordPress Toolkit, you can browse, install, and activate plugins and themes from cPanel. Unlike WordPress Manager, WPTK offers both single and multi-site management tools. Activate, deactivate, install, uninstall, or update a plugin on dozens of sites simultaneously.
One of the Toolkit’s killer features is cloning, which creates an identical copy of a site. It can clone any site hosted on your server in seconds, making the clone available at a new subdomain, which it creates automatically, or at an existing domain or subdomain.
Site cloning has many uses, but the primary purpose is to deploy staging and testing sites based on users’ production sites.
In addition to cloning, the Toolkit includes a data copying feature that transfers files and database tables between sites. You can copy files, the database, or both, with fine-grained control over which tables you would like to include or exclude.

Smart Update is an exciting feature enabled by the Toolkit’s ability to clone WordPress sites. Have you ever updated to a new version of a plugin or theme, only to find that a bug or incompatibility breaks your site? One reason users avoid updating is to expose WordPress to security risks that can result in compromised sites.

Smart Update solves that problem by testing new code before it goes live. It works like this:

  • The Toolkit creates a clone of the site.
  • It runs a series of tests to get an idea of the site’s state before updating.
  • The clone is updated, and the same tests are run on the new version.
  • The results are compared, and potential problems are reported.

The user clicks Apply Updates, and the Toolkit patches the production site and cleans up the clone. With Smart Updates, you can keep your site up-to-date in complete confidence there will be no unexpected side effects.

Another great feature of the WordPress Toolkit is the mass configuration of automatic updates.
You have fine-grained control over WordPress, plugin, and theme updating. You can limit automatic updates to security and other minor changes or choose to have sites automatically upgrade to new major versions.
WordPress’s debugging mode tells the software to log error messages and warnings produced by the underlying PHP code. Error logs help developers to figure out the cause of unexpected behavior. Debugging is usually turned off because it consumes server resources and creates a potential security vulnerability. The logs reveal information about WordPress’s internal state that it’s better to keep secret. To turn on debugging mode, select a site in the WordPress Toolkit interface and click the Debugging switch in the Tools section.

By default, debugging mode prints errors to WordPress’s HTML pages, but you can change its behavior in the configuration settings.

Once you have selected debugging options, click the OK button, and WordPress begins to log errors.

Reading PHP error logs can be a challenge for non-developers, and there are easier options if you simply want to identify and deactivate a misbehaving plugin. You can find errant plugins through a process of elimination, deactivating plugins one at a time until the issue is resolved. Select a site in the WordPress Toolkit interface and click the Plugins tab.

You will find a switch that activates and deactivates individual plugins in the State column of the plugin table. Deactivate plugins in turn and check to see if the problem is fixed. Once you have identified the culprit, it can be uninstalled immediately by selecting the box next to the plugin’s name and clicking the Remove button.

To deactivate or uninstall a plugin from all WordPress sites hosted on your cPanel account, choose the global Plugins tab, select the offending plugin, and click the appropriate button.

Maintenance mode displays a static page to let users know a site is out of action. WordPress automatically puts the site in maintenance mode when updating plugins and themes, but you can turn it on manually with the WordPress Toolkit.

The default WordPress maintenance mode page is minimal and unbranded, but the Toolkit includes an enhanced page with a configurable template, countdowns, and custom copy. Open WordPress Toolkit and select the site you would like to debug.

The quickest way to fix a buggy WordPress site is to restore a backup before the bug was introduced. WordPress Toolkit’s Backup and Restore interface makes light work of rolling the site back to an earlier point in time.

Restoring irretrievably deletes changes made to the site after the backup was made, so it’s a good idea to create a new backup before making changes. As you can see, the Back Up/Restore tool makes backing up and restoring a one-click operation.

cPanel’s WordPress Toolkit simplifies the installation, management, and debugging of any WordPress site, allowing WordPress hosts to offer a superior user experience while keeping support costs under control.

The WPTK has two security hardening features. First, it applies critical fixes during installation, ensuring WordPress is secure the moment it goes online.
Second, it scans sites for non-critical risks, displaying issues in an interface that users browse to activate (or revert) fixes. As you might be expecting, hardening can be applied site-by-site or many sites simultaneously, allowing web hosts to harden hundreds of sites in a couple of clicks.
WordPress is far and away from the most widely-used content management system on the web, but that popularity comes at a price. It’s also the most attacked CMS. Not because it’s un-secure, but because attackers know that a WordPress vulnerability is a gateway to tens of millions of websites.
Security hardening was once a long and complicated manual process, but WordPress Toolkit for cPanel makes it a one-click affair.

WP Toolkit Lite vs WP Toolkit Deluxe:
A Feature Comparison

The following chart shows the differences between WordPress Toolkit Lite, WordPress Toolkit Deluxe, and WordPress Manager.

WP Toolkit (or WPT) replaces cPanel’s WordPress Manager. It is available in two versions: the WordPress Toolkit Lite and WordPress Toolkit Deluxe, a premium tool with sophisticated management capabilities.

Feature WordPress Manager WordPress Toolkit Lite WordPress Toolkit Deluxe
Customizable Installation
Manage Existing Installations
Website Dashboard
Change Admin Password
Change DB Password
Restore Backups
Manual Updates
1-Click Login
Open DB in phpMyAdmin
Maintenance Mode
Debug Management
Plugin & Theme Sets Management
Cloning
Staging
1-Click Hardening
Mass Hardening
Mass Updates
Security Rollback
Smart Updates

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