How to migrate your WordPress with the Duplicator plugin

Introduction The Duplicator plugin allows you to export your current WordPress website to a backup created in a single compressed .zip file, which contains all the files present in the directory where your website is stored (folders, images, etc.) as (...)

How to install Woocommerce in Wordpress

WooCommerce is an open source plugin for WordPress. This plugin allows you to create online commerce stores using the content management system (CMS). It is designed for large and small online stores with Wordpress. WooCommerce is the most popular e- (...)

Manage Wordpress installed from SWPanel

In the following manual we will show you all the functionalities and options configurable in your WordPress installed using SWPanel. It is important to mention that all these features and options that will be shown below, only work in WordPress insta (...)

How to migrate a Wordpress manually

Migrating a Wordpress may seem a complex task, and in a way it is. Either because you come from another provider and want to bring your website to SWHosting, because you have hired a more powerful Cloud, or for any other reason... We will help you to (...)

How to set up WP Mail SMTP with TLS in WordPress

WP Mail SMTP is one of the most common WordPress plugins for sending emails. In this manual we will show you how to configure it with the TLS certificate. Requirements to have WP Mail SMTP with TLS -- You must have a Wordpress with the WP Mail SMTP p (...)

How to set up Contact Form 7 with WP Mail SMTP in WordPress

Contact Form 7 is a free plugin that allows you to create and manage Contact Forms for WordPress. info For Contact Form 7 to work, it is essential to have the WP Mail SMTP plugin installed and configured. You can follow the guide below manual. Inst (...)

How to set up Smart Hosting + in your WordPress

Once you have activated Smart Hosting + for your website with WordPress you will be able to configure it following these steps: 1. Access your WordPress management and install a cache plugin, such as "W3 Total Cache". ![enter image descrip (...)

How to convert a SWEasyWeb to Wordpress

To convert an EasyWeb SW into a WordPress, you must follow these steps: 1. Log in to your customer account and in the top search bar of the SWPanel, search for the name of your EasyWeb SW and access it, by clicking on its name: 2. From the Dashboard (...)

How to uninstall a WordPress CMS

In this manual we will explain how to uninstall a WordPress CMS. You must keep in mind that all the files of your website will be permanently deleted, as well as the database. So it is recommended that you make a backup copy of the data in case you n (...)

How to reinstall a WordPress CMS

In this manual we will explain how to reinstall a WordPress installation. You must keep in mind that all your web files will be deleted as well as the database. So it is recommended that you make a backup copy of the data in case you need it in the f (...)

WordPress form submission

When making our website with WordPress is necessary to have configured the sending of forms from the page itself, so that users can contact us quickly and effectively. This method allows us to give an extra way of communication to the usual ones or e (...)

How to change the default mailbox of your WordPress?

This manual explains how to modify the email account that is created by default in a WordPress installation from SWPanel. In addition to changing the account, such as updating the password or modifying the connection security. Using the browser of (...)

wp-config.php of my WordPress

The wp-config.php is one of the most important parts of our WordPress. This file allows us to perform the basic configuration of any WordPress, as it is where the main "low level" options are that allow us to have the CMS working. The wp-co (...)

How to activate debug mode in Wordpress

Activate debug mode in Wordpress The debug mode is a WordPress tool that can be very useful, in order to obtain the error messages that your website made in WordPress is giving you. To activate this mode, you must edit the wp-config.php file that is (...)

How to migrate your WordPress with the All-in-One WP Migration plugin

Introduction The All-in-One WP Migration WordPress plugin allows you to export your current WordPress website to a backup created in a single file with the .wpress extension, which you can then import into any other WordPress website. In addition the (...)

Configure plugin for sending mail (WP Mail SMTP) in WordPress

It is possible that one of the needs of your WordPress site is to send email, using the "wp_mail()" function. Among others, it is usually used for sending: Contact forms Confirmation messages (registrations, orders...). Notifications to cu (...)

Configure permanent links (permalinks) in WordPress

Configure the permanent links (or permalinks) of your WordPress site is one of those essential tasks that you have to do before starting generating content. A correct configuration of permanent links allows you to: Generate clear and understandable (...)

Adding FTP data in WordPress

Updates to plugins or the WordPress core itself require access data to the FTP server. Normally they will be requested every time, but we can choose to include them in the WordPress configuration files so that they will not be requested again. Here i (...)

Change WordPress password

Have you lost your WordPress login password and need to log in? To change the password you must access the login page of your content manager (usually hosted under the URL and follow the instructions on the " (...)

Change WordPress language

The automated WordPress installation will install WordPress according to the language you have configured in SWPanel, for example, if you have SWPanel in Spanish, WordPress will be installed in that language. However, the language can be changed once (...)

How to install Wordpress on your hosting

With our Hosting services you will be able to install WordPress in a matter of minutes: Install WordPress from SWPanel, step by step. Log in to SWPanel and go to the Dashboard of your Hosting service: 💡 Use the search engine at the top to quickly (...)

How can I disable Plugins in Wordpress?

1. How to disable a plugin using the WordPress dashboard Access the WordPress control panel, you can do it automatically from the dashboard of your SWPanel service: Log in using the Login WP Admin button: