Allow assignment of granular permissions to users in the managed wordpress platform. E.g. restrict access to only certain sites. E.g. for purposes of granting staging / push to live access to third party developers, while preserving security of other sites.23 votes
Thanks again for sharing this with us, Adam. We agree that this is an important feature and intend to make improvements to the user delegation and permissions systems in the future.
Ability to view bandwidth and storage metrics in Managed WordPress dashboard for each site.16 votes
Thanks for taking the time to suggest this. We agree that this would be exceptionally helpful and we are planning to offer this in the future. We will be sure to post here when it becomes an available feature.
Can you consider allowing us to change the primary domain without checking to see if the A record points to the IP address first?
Doing so would allow us to use firewall services like sucuri or to test out the new host by editing our host files.
Also, it prevents the short amount of downtime while the A record points to the new server but the certificate is not setup etc..13 votes
We are currently looking at ways to improve upon domain changes and appreciate you sharing your feedback about how this impacts you so we can make sure it’s considered as we go forward.
It would be nice to have someone on your team monitor SSL certificate renewals on the Managed WordPress Platform to avoid sites going down.
I have had a number of Managed WordPress Sites fail lately due to the auto renewal of SSL certificates functionality ceasing to function. Instead of waiting for customers to complain that their site isn't working, it would be nice if you'd assign someone on your team to monitor those frequently and just make sure these certs don't expire.12 votes
Flywheel (where I moved from) combines multiple MWP servers into one single dashboard. With 60 accounts at Liquid Web, now I have to manage two separate logins. I don't need a 100-site plan at this time. This isn't a huge deal, but it is inconvenient for me and for those working for me.4 votes
Thank you for taking the time to request this! We agree that this is offers a great user experience and we are planning to offer this in the future. We’ll be sure to update here once it’s available. Thanks again!
For managed wordpress, please consider implementing a feature where you can add a basic auth password on wp-admin/login easily from the managed wordpress portal.
A simple nginx conf file and htpasswd file would do the trick.
It's nice to have a second password on these.3 votes
Thanks for taking the time to suggest this! We agree that it would be helpful to have this functionality and we are planning to offer it in the future. Once this is available, we’ll be sure to report back here.
In the meanwhile, we recommend this plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/password-protected/
We hope this helps!
you run CURL v 7.35.0 - can you please update that to the latest version?1 vote
Thank you for taking the time to request this. We are planning this update in a future release and will update this post once it’s live. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if we can offer additional assistance.
Ability to park domains on a managed WordPress site.1 vote
Hello and thank you for your feedback. This capability is planned for our Managed WordPress product, and we will update all our MWP customers when this feature is complete and available.
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