Tutorials

Adding Headers to a Site

If you’d like to add custom headers to your site, we recommend doing so by creating a file called custom-redirects.php in your site root, if it is not there already. As we do not allow modification of the server configuration files, custom-redirects.php is the only method by which Pressable can add these headers. If you […]

Managing ads.txt

An ads.txt file helps ensure that your ads are only sold through sellers (e.g. AdSense) who you’ve authorized. This file belongs in the root of the server and should be accessible at yourwebsite.com/ads.txt.  Once you have this file prepared there are a couple of options to add it to the server: Option 1: SFTP A […]

Upgrading PHP version

All sites can switch between PHP versions 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4 with just one click in MyPressable Control Panel. Login to MyPressable Control Panel Go to Settings for your website Switch the PHP version under Site Info Learn more about the differences Between PHP versions 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4.

Enabling MyPressable Control Panel Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

To secure your Pressable account, an additional security layer can be enabled for MyPressable Control Panel by enabling Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). With 2FA enabled, you need a code from your mobile phone to authenticate the login. Before proceeding, please install an authentication application on your phone, such as Google Authenticator or Authy. Those applications are […]

How to transfer a site to a different Pressable account

If you are hosting a website within your Pressable account but need to transfer that site to a separate account just let our support team know! We can make that transfer quickly and easily. However we need two things in order to authorize the move: We need an email from you requesting that move, and […]

Clearing CSS Cache in Divi

The Divi WordPress theme adds a lot of features and functions to WordPress. This allows users to create more complex layouts while maintaining fast performance times. As part of the performance part the Divi developers have created a cache for the CSS files created by Divi. Why Cache CSS files? Cascading Style Sheets(CSS) allow websites […]

How to cache query results in the WordPress Object Cache

If you have a query that is taking a long time to load, more often than not that query can be cached for a limited amount of time. As a result, your site will load faster (i.e. TTFB will be reduced) and function more efficiently. Identify the slow query Plugins like Query Monitor and the […]

How to Install a Plugin from the Dashboard

Ready to install a WordPress plugin?  Great!  There are tons of resources online when it comes to plugins. In this article, we will be demonstrating how to install plugins that are freely available in the WordPress.org Plugin Directory. If you are looking for a Premium plugin, we recommend looking to see what is available from WooThemes. If you plan […]

Using custom-redirects.php

Although there are plugins (such as Redirection) that can help you create redirects on your site, there is a way to have more (programmatic) control over redirects on our platform: custom-redirects.php. To implement redirects on a Pressable site without using a plugin, first you need to add the custom-redirects.php file via SFTP to your site […]

How to prevent Batcache page caching on Pressable

Pressable uses Batcache and Memcached to store and serve rendered pages. However, there are times where you might not want something cached, such as a specific page or cookie. This guide will help you exempt those items from Batcache. Before making these modifications, you will want to make sure that the page is being served […]

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