Instructions for installing the WordPress Auto-Provision Module.
A description of the module settings and values.
Yes, please refer to the Recommended Steps for Customizing WordPress section of our instruction...Can I reset my client’s WordPress admin account?
As long as you specify Alternate Admin credentials in the WordPress configuration settings and...Can I use the WordPress Auto-Provision module and still provide my hosting customers with full hosting server control panel access?
Yes! Since the WordPress Auto-Provision module simply installs a fully functioning WordPress site...Do I need to provide my client with FTP access to upload plug-ins and templates?
No. As of WordPress 3.8, templates and plug-ins can be uploaded directly through the WordPress...Does this module use WordPress multi-site (MU)?
No. This module installs a fully functioning independent version of WordPress for your client so...How do I Use the WordPress Package Builder?
Introducted in version 3.0 of the WordPress Auto-Provision module, the WordPress Package Builder...How do I use Single Sign-On (SSO) for WordPress?
Beginning in WordPress Auto-Provision v3.0, the client-side WordPress login button has the...How to I reset my client’s WordPress admin password?
The best solution to this would be to have your client go to their WordPress site and use the...How to I update the version of WordPress installed for my client?
As of WordPress 3.8, the power to update the WordPress installation has been put into the hands...The user account was successfully created, however there was an error importing the default data into the WordPress database.
If you are receiving this error, it signifies that there is an issue with either your current...Upgrading to v2.x
To upgrade your copy of WordPress Auto-Provision from version 1.x to version 2.x, please follow...Where can I find out more information about WordPress?
Please visit the WordPress main website at http://wordpress.org/.Will the WordPress site be available immediately for my client?
Yes! If selected, the WordPress site will configure itself with a temporary URL using the server...