Dedicated IP addresses are no longer a necessity for enterprise-grade websites. We list the reasons you may want one and the reasons you don’t need one.
Learn how to use SFTP to access your WordPress site’s plugins, themes, content, and other files on the WP Engine platform.
Learn how page cache works to improve site speed, what a cacheability score is, and how to improve cacheability on a WP Engine website.
This article describes the is_wpe() function, which developers can use to perform actions based on location (live, 1-click staging, or non-WP Engine sites).
Learn what a “502 Bad Gateway” error is, what causes it, and how to resolve and prevent further 502 errors.
Learn about the the security measures WP Engine has in place at the platform level which protect our customers from malicious attacks and find answers to frequently asked questions.
We advise not to install a WordPress installation into a sub-directory like domain.com/blog. This article explains why and recommendations for alternatives.
Learn how to access and troubleshoot WordPress website errors using the WP Engine error logs. Individual PHP error entries explained.
Read our step by step instructions on how to reset your GIT Push workflow in order to deploy a new repository to your site.
Caching can make your site fast but seeing your changes quickly can be difficult. Learn about WP Engine server caching and how to purge cache.