WordPress Managed Hosting

$189 per year

WordPress managed hosting takes the guesswork out of updates, backups, and security. CourseVector will update WordPress when necessary, set automatic off-site backups* for your website, and upgraded security features (in addition to our standard perimeter firewall feature). You will enjoy excellent reliability and uptime, with 24/7 uptime and performance monitoring. You can view our current status and uptime histories directly from our support website.

WordPress Managed Hosting Features:

  • Unlimited email addresses (dependent on storage), webmail, and email forwarding
  • 1 WordPress Install (additional installs for a small fee)
  • cPanel control panel
  • Daily cPanel backup
  • WordPress Easy Restore Automatic Backup (offsite storage on Amazon S3)
  • Managed Perimeter Firewalls (for security)
  • Up to 30 databases – HTML, PHP, SQL and most major online languages
  • Periodic Manual Archival Backups
  • Periodic Security, WordPress and Plugin review and updates if required

 WordPress managed hosting Plugins:

  • htaccess Hardened Logon
  • Optimized robots.txt
  • htaccess Directory Security Permissions
  • Redirect Plugin
  • Anti-Phishing Email Plugin
  • Table Plugin (when needed)
  • Security Plugins
  • Server Caching
  • History Log Plugin
  • Caching Plugin
  • Revisions Plugin

Simply complete our contact form and we will be happy to enroll you in WordPress Managed Hosting today!

*For more information on website backups, check out our support website.

Note: If any issue arises from any plugins we have installed, we always take responsibility. We often update plugins we did not install AS A COURTESY. However, if there is an issue with a plugin we did not install, the client will be notified as plugin issues are not covered under this maintenance agreement.

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