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 Installation Steps

Getting Started Download and install the latest release of the WordPress Auto-Provision module...

 Product Module Commands

Once a client has purchased a WordPress hosting account, the following module commands will be...

 Product Addon Module Commands

If a WordPress site is provisioned using a product addon, there are no module commands available...

 WordPress Single Sign-On (SSO)

As of WordPress Auto-Provision Module version 2.3, WHMCS administrators can now login to the web...

 Display WordPress Login Buttons on Client Interface

In order to display the WordPress login buttons for sites provisioned as a product addon on the...

 Updating the Default Version of WordPress

To update the default version of WordPress that is installed, simply replace the zip file called...

 Customizing wp-config.php

Starting in WordPress Auto-Provision Module v3.0, the wp-config.php file is configured from...

 WordPress Package Folder Structure Requirements

When creating or modifying WordPress package folders, please use the guidelines below to ensure...

 Steps for Creating a Custom WordPress Package

STOP! Are you running WordPress Auto-Provision v3.0 or greater? Try out the new automated...

 RegEx Pattern Matching

As of WordPress Auto-Provision Module version 2.4, a new RegEx pattern matching feature allows...

 Specifying Language Files

The default language that WordPress is provisioned for is English (en_US). You have the option of...

 65 Included Language Files

The following language files are included in the WordPress Auto-Provision module by...

 WordPress cPanel E-Mail Manager Pro Plugin Integration

If you have purchased the Pro copy of the cPanel E-Mail Manager Plugin and would like to include...

 Default Welcome E-Mail Template

By default, the below e-mail template will be automatically added to your WHMCS e-mail templates...