Most Frequently Asked Questions
An environment is your own part of the hosting. You can host one WordPress website per environment.
We believe that people need flexiblity these days. We don’t have contracts, you can cancel it every time a day if you want.
Simple. Just go to The Signup Page and create your account. From that day, the 30 day trial starts. We don’t need any creditcard information whatsoever. You pay if you are satisfied with our hosting service, after the 30 days trial.
You can host 1 website, per 1 environment.
You have 3 websites at the moment. You want all of them moved to bladeWP. Than it’s the 3 websites, to 3 different environments. So it’s 3 times the priceplan you want and need.
You can pay per bank transaction. Every month or 3/6 monts you get a invoice. We don’t need credit card information.
Step 1: Make an account
Step 2: Create your environment. Note: the name of the environment is the best to name it the same as your website name. But limited to 12 chacacters.
Step 3: go to your development url. This is the environment name you just created. So: “yourwebsitename.bladewp.com”. Then you’ll see that the wordpress is already installed, you only need to activate. It’s that simple.
It’s the same as before. In your environment details you can find the FTP details to connect to your FTP client and then copy with the theme in the right map. Not familiar with this proces? Just search for “FTP client filezilla tutorial”. We can also help you with this proces ofcourse.The same with plugins. Or you can just install the plugin in the wordpress menu.
Production is the same as ‘going life with your website’.
Yes. You can add users to your environment. He or she can access your environment with their own login information. Please be aware that the user first needs to create a new account on our website, then you can add the username to your environment.
Nothing. If you exceed the limit for one time only there is no problem. When you exceed it monthly then receive a email to upgrade the package.
This has a very simple reason. We want to stimulate customers to use not to much resources in their sites. Some sites have more than 25 .js files. This is not fast and requests a lot of power from the visitor and our servers.