Using GridPane WP-Admin Single Sign On (SSO)

GridPane has been set up to make managing your WordPress business as convenient and fast as possible.  We aim to provide the most powerful tool to enable you, to that end we have an integrated WP-Admin Single Sign On (SSO) feature that allows you to log directly in to your GridPane deployed WordPress sites with […]

Login to your GridPane WordPress sites as your Admin user.

To log in to a GridPane WordPress site as your Admin User is no different than logging in to any other WordPress site. Step 1. Get your WordPress Admin User Credentials. GridPane allows you to set a Default WordPress Admin User that will be automatically used when creating any new WordPress sites. It’s very simple to set up and […]

Display WordPress wp-config.php from within GridPane.

To quickly view the contents of any of your GridPane site’s wp-config.php file follow the following steps. Step 1.  Go to the Sites Section of the GridPane Control Panel Click on the sites link in the GridPane main menu to see all your active GridPane WordPress sites. Step 2. Open the Site Customization Panel for your Active […]

View your GridPane Site log

Introduction When a new site is created this process and the various events that take are logged to your GridPane Site log. This contains information such as the initial WordPress user, HTTP Authentication information, as well as information for your Staging and Canary websites as well. Sometimes you may need to look up this information, […]

Change the Site Owner (System User) of a GridPane Site

Using System Users to deploy sites is the recommended way to deploy WordPress on GridPane. This provides isolated sandboxes for WordPress and improves security.  Additionally, System Users is the method by which SFTP access is granted (we don’t use FTP since it’s not encrypted). At some point it may be required for you to change […]

Change the PHP version of a GridPane site

Out of the box, GridPane’s default PHP version for new WordPress websites is PHP 7.3. However, we are PHP 7.4 ready, and this is available for all of your websites if you would like to make use of it.  There’s also the option of setting PHP 7.4 as your default when creating new sites by […]