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Hosting & Core Updates

Dependable security and data storage space are paramount to your site’s revenue performance and while a fractional human cost, vital to the maintenance of Reliable Core.


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  • Up to 100,000 Page Views
  • Regular Reliable Core Updates
  • Import & Export
  • Daily Backups
  • 24/7 Security
  • Expert Support
  • SSL Certificate
  • Global Content Delivery Network


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  • Up to 400,000 Page Views
  • WordPress Multisite
  • Up to 10 WordPress Web Sites
  • Regular Reliable Core Updates
  • Import & Export
  • Daily Backups and Cloning
  • 24/7 Security
  • Expert Support
  • SSL Certificate
  • Global Content Delivery Network


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  • Up to 5 Million Page Views
  • WordPress Multisite
  • Up to 25 WordPress Web Sites
  • Regular Reliable Core Updates
  • Import & Export
  • Daily Backups and Cloning
  • 24/7 Security
  • Expert Support
  • SSL Certificate
  • Super Admin Control
  • Global Content Delivery Network

Frequently asked questions, answered

What is Reliable Core Hosting?

Dependable security and data storage space are paramount to your site’s revenue performance and while a fractional human cost, vital to the maintenance of Reliable Core (Click here to learn more about Reliable Core).

The custom hosting setup, Reliable Core optimizations and caching, all use reduced server (origin) storage and resources (bandwidth and overages) while website visitors experience lightning-fast page loads and secure connections.

Reliable Core Hosting features:

  • Speed & security optimizations*
  • Cache optimizations
  • Constant database optimizations
  • Plugin updates*
  • WordPress updates*
  • Template updates*
  • Custom code maintenance (manually minified)*
  • Source control (for custom code)
  • Reusable design layouts and code
  • Ad layout optimizations*
  • Google AdSense compliance
  • Dynamic Support

* Updates are tested on before launching them on live websites.

What is a Multisite?

A Multisite is a feature of the WordPress content management system that allows users to create and manage multiple websites from a single WordPress installation.

With a Multisite network, a single WordPress installation can be used to host multiple websites, each with its own unique domain name. Each site in the network can be administered separately, with its own users, content, and settings.

Why is PHP important to a WordPress website?

PHP is the coding language WordPress is built on, and its version is set at the server-level by your hosting company.

Performance and security are the two main reasons to always keep PHP up-to-date:

  • Your website will be faster, as the latest version of PHP is more efficient. Updating to the latest supported version can deliver a huge performance increase; up to 3 or 4x faster than older versions.
  • Your website will be more secure. PHP, like WordPress, is maintained by its community. Because PHP is so popular, it is a target for hackers – but the latest version will have the latest security features. Older versions of PHP do not have this, so updating is essential to keep your WordPress site secure.

What is a CDN and why do you need one?

A content delivery network (CDN) refers to a geographically distributed group of servers which work together to provide fast delivery of Internet content.

Benefits of using a CDN:

  • Improving website load times – By distributing content closer to website visitors by using a nearby CDN server (among other optimizations), visitors experience faster page loading times. As visitors are more inclined to click away from a slow-loading site, a CDN can reduce bounce rates and increase the amount of time that people spend on the site. In other words, a faster website means more visitors will stay.
  • Reducing bandwidth costs – Bandwidth consumption cost, for website hosting, is a primary expense. Through caching and other optimizations, CDNs are able to reduce the amount of data an origin server must provide, thus reducing hosting costs for website owners.
  • Increasing content availability and redundancy – Large amounts of traffic or hardware failures can interrupt normal website function. Thanks to their distributed nature, a CDN can handle more traffic and withstand hardware failure better than many origin servers.
  • Improving website security – A CDN may improve security by providing DDoS mitigation, improvements to security certificates, and other optimizations.

All our plans come with Cloudflare CDN included.

Why do you need a SSL Certificate?

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates are an essential security measure for any website. They use encryption to secure the exchange of information between a website and its users, and they provide a way to verify the identity of the website. This helps protect users’ personal information, such as credit card numbers and email addresses, from being accessed or modified by unauthorized parties.

If a website does not have an SSL certificate, visitors to the site may receive a warning from their browser that the site is insecure. This can be off-putting for users and may cause them to lose trust in the website. In addition, a website without an SSL certificate is more vulnerable to being targeted by malicious attackers.

To ensure the security and credibility of your website, it is important to have an SSL certificate. All of our plans come with an SSL certificate included to help protect your website and your users.

Hosting Security

  • Disk Protection: when a theme or plugin has a vulnerability, it becomes the target for malicious code. We limit disk writing processes, this way any theme or plugin will be harder to exploit.
    Additionally, we automatically prevent certain files, file types and directories from being publicly accessible. This includes: .htaccess, wp-config.php and debug.log files, as well as the _wpeprivate directory and PHP files located within the wp-content/uploads directory.
  • Firewall Protection: we use a proprietary firewall to automatically sort through any incoming web traffic. Our system can determine which traffic should be allowed (such as real human traffic or search engine crawlers) and which traffic should not be allowed (such as malicious activity or scraping bots).
  • User Enumeration: we automatically block requests from scraping bots on your behalf. These kind of requests will be blocked and will show in your site’s error log as: “Preventing possible attempt to enumerate users”.
  • Unmetered mitigation of DDoS attacks.

All our plans come with included SSL, HTTPS and Cloudflare CDN.

How to Transfer Your Domain to GoDaddy?

To transfer your domain to GoDaddy, you will need to follow these steps:

  • Check if your domain is eligible for transfer. Some domains are not eligible for transfer due to restrictions imposed by the current registrar or due to recent changes made to the domain.
  • Unlock your domain. In order to transfer a domain, it must be unlocked at the current registrar. You will need to contact your current registrar to request that they unlock the domain.
  • Obtain the transfer authorization code (also known as an EPP code). This code is required to initiate the transfer of a domain and is provided by the current registrar.
  • Go to GoDaddy’s website and sign in to your account. If you do not have an account, you will need to create one.
  • Click on the “Transfer” button and enter your domain name in the search field.
  • Follow the prompts to complete the transfer process. This may involve entering the transfer authorization code and providing contact information for the domain.
  • Pay the transfer fee. GoDaddy will charge a fee for transferring the domain to their platform.
  • Wait for the transfer to complete. The transfer process can take up to seven days to complete.