Learn how to setup and start using git with your live and legacy staging sites at WP Engine.
The WP Engine API allows you the ability to interact with our platform programmatically. In this article, we will help you understand how to enable the WP Engine API on your account and generate your API credentials. Enable WPE API To enable the API for your account, you must be an account Owner. For more…
Learn what kind of Support you will receive with your premium StudioPress-made themes and the Genesis Framework.
Learn how to build a new WordPress site on the WP Engine platform. This guide will show how to create a site, log into WordPress, add content, and go live.
Learn how to configure Bitbucket Pipelines to deploy code from your local machine, build it with Bitbucket, and deploy to your WP Engine websites.
GeoTarget can present content to different users based on geographic location. Learn how to setup and use GeoTarget shortcodes and PHP variables.
Learn about the option to enable ORDER_BY_RAND() in MySQL queries, why we disable it by default, and important performance information to know when using it.
Learn how to use SSH Gateway to troubleshoot and solve problems like: site errors, misconfigurations, debug logging, and search/replace.
Learn what a reverse proxy is, how it works, how WP Engine uses it, and how and when to it’s ok to use a reverse proxy service with WP Engine.
Learn how to move your LargeFS data to a new S3 bucket region so your media can be geographically closer to where your website is hosted.
Learn how to move your domain from one environment to another. Follow these steps to ensure all steps are done correctly and ensure minimal downtime.
Learn how Staging environments differ from Legacy 1-Click Staging. We’ll also cover why you may want to use a Staging environment over Legacy Staging.