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Display WordPress wp-config.php from within vCanopy.

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

Working with the wp-config.php on vCanopy and an introduction to user-configs.php

Introduction Working with wp-config.php on vCanopy A quick intro to user-configs.php Editing user-configs.php Migrating to vCanopy and the wp-config.php file Cloning, Failover, and wp-config.php If you have a website that requires you to add custom code snippets to the wp-config.php file, on vCanopythese changes won’t persist when you migrate your website to a new server or clone […]

The wp-config.php Location at vCanopy

To keep your WordPress configuration file (wp-config.php) secure, at vCanopy it’s stored one level above your websites /htdocs folder.  Your wp-config.php file contains your database username and password along with other information about your website. We keep it hidden and protected. You can find it on your server here (site.url = your websites domain name): /var/www/site.url/ […]