Learn about WP Engine’s new advanced network and how to convert to it in order to take advantage of Cloudflare performance features.
SSO for WP Engine allows you to use your own identity provider to authenticate User Portal logins. Learn how it works and how to enable it for your domain.
Add an SSL to secure your website using Let’s Encrypt, RapidSSL Wildcard or a 3rd party certificate. Learn how to force all or just specific pages to HTTPS.
Upgrading PHP improves performance and security of your WordPress website. Learn about manual and automatic PHP upgrades on WP Engine.
Smart Plugin Manager keeps your site secure by keeping plugins up-to-date. Learn about Smart Plugin manager, how to enable it and how change the settings.
Global Edge Security is a security and performance suite partnered with Cloudflare. Learn how to setup your DNS for us with GES services.
Find out WP Engine’s recommendations to keep your eCommerce site secure, scalable, and speedy with Best Practices.
If your WordPress website has been flagged for malware by an external service, follow these steps to address the issue and prevent it in the future.
TimThumb has several issues and has since been abandoned by its developer. Read more to learn why and how to use alternatives to TimThumb.
We explain the need for CAA records, how to verify whether your DNS provider supports them, and how to set up a new CAA record.
What are WordPress core files and why shouldn’t they be modified? Learn how to reinstall your core files, if they have been modified, in two ways.
Learn how to fix insecure content on your website after adding an SSL. We’ll also discuss how to properly secure your CDN assets with an SSL.