How to backup WordPress Websites on Dropbox (using wpCentral)

Step by Step guide to Backup your WP site in Dropbox

Managing multiple WP websites has now become easier with the help of wpCentral. The best thing about wpCentral is the easy 1-click steps for automating entire processes instead of going through multiple steps.  With simple and quick guides you can learn managing different aspects of your WordPress sites on wpCentral.

Today we will learn to back up WordPress sites on Drop box using wpCentral

One of the prime features of Dropbox is that it allows you to securely save files in the cloud storage and share them with others. That is why many people now prefer to use Dropbox for storing their site backups.

To facilitate the things for such users, wpCentral offers an easy provision to backup multiple sites on Dropbox with simple steps as mentioned below

This guide is divided into 2 parts

  1. Authorizing wpCentral to access your dropbox account for backup
  2. Backing up WordPress Website on Dropbox (using wpCentral)

Part 1: Authorizing wpCentral to access your dropbox account for backup ·        

Open wpCentral panel and login with your credentials

·         Click Edit Settings->Add Back Up Location

·         Open dropdown box called Protocol

·        Select Dropbox from the list and Authorize registered Dropbox account with wpCentral by clicking Authorize Button

Dropbox Authorization

·         Provide your registered dropdown credentials and click sign in

A dialog box will open seeking your permission to access Softaculous Auto Installer App in your registered Dropbox account. Click on allow

·         You will get the Authroization code. Copy and paste it in the field Auth Code of wpCentral Add Backup Location Form

BackUp Location

·         Leave the Backup Location field empty to store the backups in Softaculous App Directory.

·         Alternatively, you can also designate another directory like /WordPress by entering the same in the Backup Location text box and clicking Add Backup Location button. Your backups will be stored in /Softaculous App/WordPress directory.

Part 2: Backing up WordPress Website on Dropbox (using wpCentral)

·         Enter your wpCentral panel using registered login credentials.

·         The entire list of WordPress sites that you have added in your wpCentral account will open.

·         Select your desired website by hovering over its name.

·         Click on Backups Icon

·         You will see the Backups Page associated with that website displaying the entire list of Backups created for the selected website.

·         Click Create backup button and you will be redirected to create new backup page prompting you the required details in the provided fields

·         Go to backup locations Dropdown menu and choose the option wpCentral dropbox location that you added previously

·         Create backup by clicking on Backup Website Button

How to Boost WordPress website Speed & Performance

In this article, we will cover how to speed up WordPress websites and why the speed of webpages matters. But before moving on how t speed up WordPress website we will know why WordPress speed matters.

Why speed of WordPress website matters?

1. Slow Websites fewer visitors: If the website takes too much time to load then users will lose satisfaction and leave webpage before loading website.

2. Speed is one of the factors of SEO: Google algorithms now also include website speed which will affect your website SEO. So if your website speed is slow then its ranking will be reduced at search engines.

Webpages with better speed will improve user experiences, increase visitors and ranking at search engines that will also help in SEO.

To get better performance WordPress websites follow the guideline that is given below.

Guidelines to Boost WordPress website speed and performance:

1. Make Good choice for Web Hosting :

The called and an element is Web Hosting. There are three types of web hosting Shared Hosting, VPS(Virtual Private Server) Hosting, Dedicated Hosting.

Shared hosting is a cheapest hosting provider but its incredibly slow your site speed and frequently have downtime due to finite resources during high traffic periods it’s a phenomenon called “bad neighbor effect”.

If you have a huge site, manpower and budget then go for dedicated hosting. It may be more than you need.

Apart from all this VPS is best option for running small website without having downtime it provides perfect balance of speed, performane and cost.

2. Enable Caching :

Whenever the user tries to access any WordPress websites servers pass Php request to MySQL database which finds the page that is being requested, put it all together as HTML and show it to visitors. This consumes most of the resources and takes much time.

The solution for above is caching which save a copy of the pages in cache memory whenever the user makes the request for the very first time. So whenever user request same page then server first checks cache memory if the page is available then it sends the page to visitors if not then send the request to MySQL because of which caching saves both time and resources.

There are two ways to enable cache in WordPress websites by using WordPress caching plugins and ask if your hosting provider provides caching feature at your server if it is then enabled it. Best method is to enable caching at server.

3. Use Content Delivery Network CDN:

CDN caches all the static files that are Javascript, CSS, images that your websites have and allow visitors to download these files as fast as possible by serving then on servers that are close to users. WordPress provide plugins for CDN and MaxCDN, Sucuri, Cloudflare, StackPath, KeyCDN, Rackspace, etc are some the CDN’s available for WordPress websites.

4. Optimize Images, homepage and WordPress Database:

Image file size is one of the factor of WordPress website speed. Larger the image file size more time website take to load. Optimize the image to reduce the file size. Number of tools and WordPress plugins are available to optimize plugins.

Most visitors land at the homepage, therefore, the homepage is one of the most important pages in your website. To make visitors stay at your website then make sure that your home page contains clean and focused design and minimal widgets which also make it to load faster.

Follow the below guidelines to optimize your home page.

  • Your home page should not contain a large number of widgets. Remove inactive plugins and widgets.
  • Show only 5 to 6 posts per page.
  • Instead of showing the whole content of posts shows only excerpts of posts.

To optimize database delete unwanted data such as spam comments, fake users and unwanted plugins or themes this will reduced the size of your database, web files and also increase the speed of browser to fetch data that will directly increases speed of website.

5. Use The Latest Version Of PHP, WordPress and its Components :

With latest version of PHP, WordPress, themes and plugins will make sure that all the major vulnerabilities are fixed or not. Keeping website up to date will not only help you to improve the speed of website but it also make sure the security of website should be maintain.

6. Use Faster Plugins and Optimized Themes :

If themes or plugins have too many dynamic elements such widget, sliders and huge page size then it will directly effect the speed of your webpage. Instead of that users must use light weighted themes and plugins that will not afest the speed of WordPress website

7. Regular Maintenance of Database :

Maintaining database is most important for keeping database clean and easy to access data. There are many plugins available to do so. While maintaining database user must sure that there should be a minimum number of post revisions and wp_options table should contain the minimum number of rows

8. Make Minimum Database & server request :

Whenever the browser requires some resources such as Javascript files, CSS files or images the server request is generated. More the server request more the browser takes time to load the website. In this case user should take care of the followings:

  • Show a minimum number of posts per pages.
  • Remove the unwanted plugins.
  • Use the minimum number of images and high weighted elements
  • Avoid the use of external resources such as fonts, external CSS, and Javascript.
  • Enable lazy load to load images.

Follow the above simple eight steps to boost your WordPress website speed. The above steps not only speed up your website but also help in maintaining the security of website

Why do you need a simplified single dashboard for managing many WordPress sites ?

WordPress enjoys the prime position as the best CMS for nontechnical clients to create their appealing website or blog without any hassles, delays or dependence. Today, there are a number of bloggers and websites earning a decent and reliable income through their WordPress site or blog. Many bloggers and site owners even have multiple WordPress sites for different niches and purposes. There are many benefits of having multiple WP sites but you need to be prepared to take additional responsibilities. Knowing beforehand about the various hassles associated with managing multiple WordPress sites will help you to be ready with the solutions and save you from any unexpected complications in the future. We have compiled the list of major issues that you are most likely to come across while managing multiple WP sites:

Irregular plug-in management invites hacker

Plug-ins play the major role in making the things easier but you add one more responsibility each time you install a plug-in on your WordPress site. Managing multiple plug-ins on a single site can be a hectic task in itself and complications are further multiplied if you have to manage them separately for several websites and increase the chances of human error.

Unmanaged plug-ins openly invite the hackers or malicious elements to intrude your site, inject malware and damage your digital business in multiple ways like data theft, posting harmful content and misusing mission-critical information.

Single dashboard for managing multiple WordPress sites offers you a hassle-free and reliable way to manage your plugins on multiple sites.

Backup process is more difficult

Content is the prime asset for any blogger and this valuable asset cannot be left unsecured. While backups help you to safeguard your blog posts, managing it on multiple sites could be a headache. In fact, every year a number of bloggers experience heavy just because their content gets deleted either by a purposeful hacker or unintentional mistake by the hosting company.

Backing up the content of multiple sites could practically be difficult but equally essential. Single management makes things practically easier even for the nontechnical bloggers as they just need a click to start or schedule backups of multiple sites and you can quickly restore the backup when you lose the data.

Security management gets complicated

Security is vitally important for any website, especially for the WordPress sites. Due to the wide popularity of WordPress sites, it is comparatively easier for hackers to intrude into WordPress sites and play havoc. Besides, many WordPress clients use themes and templates to easily create the site. It means that if hackers find a fundamental vulnerability or loophole in a single theme, it becomes possible for them to damage multiple sites using that particular theme.

Managing site security was never an easy thing but as the hackers are getting more advanced the security management has become all the more complicated. You have to secure every aspect of your website against cyber attackers and it becomes extremely complex if you have multiple sites with different themes, plug-ins, and features. Single managed allows you to easily and efficiently secure multiple sites against security issues.

Preparing and sending reports become tedious

As a hosting provider or reseller you would like to send the periodical reports to your managed WP clients regarding the health of their site to gain their trust. However, it could be really difficult for your team to get the report of so many sites. At the same time, it diverts their efforts and you end up getting less role on your manpower. The question is how to keep your customers happy without affecting the productive hours of your staff? It is the key question that disturbs many hosting providers with limited manpower and resources.

With the help of a single platform, you can manage the sites of all your clients in an easy, efficient and quick manner. It streamlines the process, significantly reduces manpower efforts and at the same time keeps your clients happy. Eventually, you acquire a reputed status of the trusted, client-friendly brand.

Hassles increase as the sites grow

Managing multiple WordPress themes is a complicated task and the worst part is that the hassles increase as your websites grow with time. Tasks like fixing the bugs, identifying and patching the loopholes and other technical issues not only consume your time but also disturb the concentration and affect your productivity.

With the help of single platform you can manage the WP sites confidently irrespective of its increasing demands.


WordPress is trusted across the globe as the most reliable CMS for the bloggers and business owners. In fact, there is an increasing number of people who own multiple WordPress sites. While it increases the business potential and opportunities, it also multiplies the management hassles. In this guide, we have presented the key management hassles associated with managing multiple WordPress sites with the objective of helping our readers to start finding best ways to overcome those hassles.

wpCentral (by Softaculous) is a free solution in this direction. You can manage multiple WordPress sites from one single dashboard.

WordPress 5.2 Features And Bug Fixes

WordPress version 5.2 named as “Jaco” was officially released on 7th May 2019 available to download.

This version comes with lots of features such as site health check, new dashboard icons, several bug fixes and various accessibility updates.

Features included in WordPress 5.2 are listed below:

  1. Site Health Check
  2. PHP Error Protection
  3. New Emojis and Dash icons
  4. Updates For Developers

Site Health Check

Site Health Feature was introduced in WordPress version 5.1. WordPress 5.2 release includes two pages that help to debug configuration issues. It also adds space which includes debugging information for site maintainers.

PHP Error Protection

This feature will let you fix or manage fatal errors without requiring developers time. Most of the WordPress fatal errors stop users from accessing the wp-admin dashboard.

Users are then required to undo all the changes made to sites with the help of developers or FTP client.

WordPress 5.2 provides the recovery mode for administrator users in which whenever fatal error occurs you will see a message: ‘This site is experiencing technical difficulties ‘.

WordPress then send an email to the WordPress email address which includes login link. Using that link user can log into the admin dashboard. After that you can undo changes that triggered fatal error.

New Emojis and Dashicons

WordPress 5.2 has 13 new icons, including Instagram, a suite of icons for BuddyPress, and rotated Earth icons for global inclusion.

WordPress 5.2 includes following improvements for developers

Updates For Developers

Block Editor Improvements

In WordPress 5.0 the block editor( Gutenberg ) was introduced. WordPress 5.2 comes with some new features added to the block editor.

  • Image resizers are much better than before.
  • Performance improvement in terms of loading time.

PHP Version Bump

The minimum supported PHP version for WordPress installation is now 5.6.20. As of now WordPress 5.2 or greater version themes and plugins can safely take advantage of namespaces, anonymous functions, and much more.

Privacy Updates

WordPress 5.2 includes new page template that is privacy policy. Added following helpers that will make customizing the privacy policy easier.

  • Function: is_privacy_policy()
  • Template file: privacy-policy.php
  • Body class: .privacy-policy
  • Menu item class: .menu-item-privacy-policy

Improvements for Writing JavaScript

With the addition of webpack and Babel configurations in the WordPress 5.2 package, developers won’t have to worry about setting up the build tools to write modern JavaScript.

New Body Hook

WordPress 5.2 added new wp_body_open() hook, which lets themes support injecting code right at the beginning of the <body> element.

Plugin Compatibility Checks

WordPress will automatically detect if your website server’s PHP version is not compatible with the installed plugins. If installed plugins require higher version of PHP than your website is currently using, WordPress will not allow to activate your plugin.

These were all the features and bug fixes introduced in the version 5.2. Hope the article as knowledgeable.

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How to install WordPress?

WordPress is a most popular, easy-to-install website builder in the world. WordPress is an Open Source project, which means there are hundreds of people all over the world working on it. (More than most commercial platforms.) It also means you are free to use it for anything from your recipe site to a Fortune 500 web site without paying anyone a license fee.

Following guide will assist you to install WordPress manually.

Method 1:

Pre-requisites for installing WordPress

  1. Web browser to perform the installation
  2. Access to your web server via FTP or shell
  3. MySQL server where you can create user and database
  4. An FTP client
  5. Make sure that your web server meets the basic requirements for running the WordPress.


  1. Download the latest WordPress package and unzip the same in the directory on your web server where you want to install.
    • If you want to make the installation in the root of your domain such as , unzip the package in the root directory of your web server.
    • If you want to make the installation in a subdirectory of your website such as http://mydomain .com/wp/ , create the ‘wp’ directory in the root of your web server and unzip the package in this directory.
  2. Create a database for your WordPress installation on your web server. Also create a MySQL user giving all the privileges to access and modify the database.
  3. Now initiate the installation process by accessing the URL in your web browser.
    • The access URL will be , if you uploaded the WordPress files to the root directory of your web server.
    • If you uploaded the WordPress files to a subdirectory named ‘wp’, then the access URL will be http://mydomain .com/wp/
  4. On accessing the URL, WordPress installation will begin.
WordPress Installation start page

Select the language you want for your WordPress installation and continue.

You will be notified to get the database and the database user ready. Click on Let’s Start to enter the details.

Enter Database details

After entering the database details, click on Submit. WordPress will test the database connection. If correct, main installation process will now begin.

You will be prompted to enter the basic site details such as Site Name, admin username and password, email id, etc. Fill in the details and click Install.

Enter WordPress site details

Thats it! WordPress is now installed on your domain.

Installation complete

You can now access your website or login to the website’s dashboard with the username and password entered.

Method 2:

Should you find the above process tedious, there is this simpler way to install WordPress using wpCentral in just one-click. You can find the guide to install WordPress using wpCentral here.

Note: If you install the WordPress from wpCentral panel, wpCentral plugin will be installed alongwith and also your website will be added to your wpCentral panel account. You can now manage(Plugins, Themes, Backups, Restore, etc) your website from here itself.

We hope this article was helpful to you to achieve WordPress installation. If you have any queries or suggestions, do write to us at

The wpCentral Team

How to keep Classic Editor in WordPress?

WordPress 5, on its release, brought a lot of changes including a new content editor called the Gutenberg editor thus replacing the old Classic editor which has been in use for many years. The new editor brings with it a completely different approach to content editing in the form of blocks.

But some users are facing difficulty in adapting to the new editor, hence here is the guide to disable Gutenberg and continue using the Classic Editor.

Introduction to Gutenberg

Gutenberg is a new WordPress editor which completely changes the face of editing in WordPress. It uses drag and drop blocks for content writing, helping you to focus on the content instead of customizing the code. You don’t need to be an apt developer to build your custom posts and pages if you are using Gutenberg.

Gutenberg Editor User Interface – Types of blocks

Classic editor is similar to Microsoft Word with a clean writing area, whereas Gutenberg editor provides blocks for headings, paragraphs, lists, images, plugins, videos, etc. You can simply style the editor to look like the Published Page using Gutenberg.

Some writers and bloggers are finding hard time using Gutenberg due to reasons such as they find the block based editing system complex, they are unfamiliar with the new editor, etc. Fortunately, WordPress provides an easy way to disable Gutenberg and switch back to the Classic Editor.

Method 1: Activate the Classic Editor Plugin

The WordPress contributors provide a Classic Editor Plugin which we can use to switch back to the classic editor look.

Firstly, install and activate the Classic Editor Plugin. As soon as it is activated, it will disable the Gutenberg editor.

You can change the setting to switch between the editors so as to use whichever and whenever you want.

Go to WordPress admin Dashboard -> Settings -> Writing Page -> Classic Editor Settings. Select the option that is suitable for you as the default editor and select the option to switch between the editors to Yes and click on Save Changes button.

Classic Editor Settings to switch between editors.

Now when you go to Posts -> Add New, you will see the option to switch to other editor on the right side:

Switch from Classic Editor to Gutenberg(Block) Editor
Switch from Gutenberg Editor to Classic Editor

Editing the older posts can also be done using the Classic Editor. Go to Posts -> All Posts page. You will find options ‘Edit(Block Editor)’ and ‘Edit(Classic Editor)’ below the post. Click on the one suitable for you to edit the post.

Edit the existing post by selecting the suitable option.

Method 2: Use Disable Gutenberg Plugin

There is another plugin called disable Gutenberg which provides the option to select certain user roles and post types to disable the Gutenberg plugin on while still using it on other posts. Firstly install and activate this plugin.

Once you activate this plugin, you will find its settings under the Settings menu with the title ‘Disable Gutenberg’. Visit this page by clicking on the link to configure the plugin settings.

Disable Gutenberg Plugin Settings

Gutenberg will, by default, be disabled everywhere for all the users. You will find an option ‘Complete Disable’ which you need to uncheck in order to select the users and posts to disable the editor for.

Disable Gutenberg Editor for certain User Roles only.

Once you uncheck the option, page will expand to display more options for user roles, posts, post types, theme templates, etc. which you can select individually for disabling the Gutenberg on. Once selected, click on Save changes button to save the changes.

Since the Gutenberg editor is new in WordPress, there are certain themes and plugins which are not yet compatible with the Gutenberg editor and still rely on the Classic editor.

This option to selectively disable Gutenberg editor seems quite helpful in such a scenario.

We hope this article was helpful to you in switching between the Gutenberg Editor and the Classic Editor!

wpCentral Premium Launch

Softaculous team has successfully launched the premium version of
wpCentral. Go through the following article to know about the new features and bug fixes that are introduced in this version:

1) [Feature]: Added Remote Backup feature. Using Remote Backup users can manage their backups at remote locations like FTP, SFTP, FTPS and even on Google Drive and Dropbox. To know how to create the backups at these remote locations and how to add Backup Location go through the guide here.

2) [Feature]: Added Auto Backup feature which allows users to automate their website backups by scheduling them. Users can schedule backup for once a day, once a week, once a month or they can add their custom time. To Automate website Backups go through the guide here.

3) [Task]: If your website is disconnected from the wpCentral panel for some reason, you can reconnect the website using WordPress admin credentials as well. You can go through the documentation here to know how to reconnect website using WordPress admin Credentials.

4) [Bug Fix]: Install, Delete and Update of plugins and themes was not working for the websites hosted on non-suPHP servers. This is now resolved. FTP details for the websites hosted on non-suPHP servers are required to be added to proceed with the management of these websites. Follow the documentation here to configure your website domain in wpCentral panel.

Note: We have also launched wpCentral plugin version 1.4.3 in compatibility to wpCentral Premium launch. We recommend our users to update their plugins to explore the premium features without any errors.

The wpCentral Team

How to Install Softaculous on GoDaddy VPS

GoDaddy does not offer Softaculous with their VPS hence some users face difficulty in installing Softaculous and need to open a support ticket with us to install Softaculous. Hence we decided to write up an article which explains the process.

Note : In order to install Softaculous you should have a control panel installed on your VPS. E.g. cPanel, Directadmin, Plesk

1. Enable Ioncube in 3rd Party PHP binary

  • Login to your WHM as root user and go to Tweak Settings page
  • Go to PHP tab
  • Select the Ioncube checkbox
  • Click on Save button

Enable Ioncube from WHM

2. SSH to your VPS

  • SSH to the VPS as the user you had chosen while setting up the VPS (GoDaddy does not allow to setup SSH access with root user).
  • Execute the following command to escalate as root user
  • sudo su
SSH as user and escalate as root

3. Softaculous Install Commands

Now that you have successfully logged in your server we will start with Softaculous installation. Execute the below commands as root to install Softaculous.

wget -N
chmod 755

That’s it !

Once you see the success message you can then login to your WHM and find Softaculous under the Plugins page.

Search for Softaculous in WHM
Softaculous admin panel

If you need any assistance with the installation feel free to contact our support team at :

What are WordPress widgets and how to use them?

WordPress widgets are independent components that offer particular functionality to your WordPress website. You can add these widgets in sidebars, footers or any widget-ready area of your theme. For example, WordPress Twenty Sixteen theme provides default widgets such as category, archives, recent post, recent comments, calendar, gallery, etc.

Initially, widgets were designed to give an elementary control over the WordPress theme’s designing. But now widgets are available on properly widgetized WordPress themes.

If your WordPress theme does not offer the widget you require or any widget at all, you can create a custom widget manually by writing some blocks of code. For the existing widget, you can simply drag and drop wherever you want to show it.

How to add a widget?

WordPress Widget option is available in the WordPress Admin Dashboard Appearance >> Widgets. WordPress widgets can be easily added just by following simple steps given below:

Step 1: Login to your WordPress Admin section and go to Appearance -> Widgets.

What is WordPress widget and how to use it?

Step 2: Choose a widget from the ‘Available Widgets‘ section present on the left side and add it to the available widget-ready section(sidebar, footer, etc) on the right side. There are following two ways to add

  • Simply drag the widget to the widget-ready section on the right side.
  • When you select a widget, a list of areas where you can add the widget will appear. Check the section where you want to add it and click the “Add Widget” button.
What is WordPress widget and how to use it ?

Step 3: After adding the widget to the respective section, when you click on the arrow present in the right corner of the widget, you get options to edit widget settings. For example, if you have selected Recent Posts widget, you will immediately get options to write title and select “number of post”. Click on save button to save the customization.

How to remove a widget from a particular section?

Removing widgets is as simple as adding them. Following are the steps:

Step 1: Navigate to Appearance>>Widgets in the WordPress Admin Section.

Step 2: Search for a particular widget and expand it by clicking on the arrow. At the end of the widget settings, you will find “delete” option. Click on it to remove the widget from that section. This will also delete the widget settings.

What is WordPress widget and how to use it ?

Note: If you want to remove the widget without losing your settings, just drag that widget to the inactive widget section on the left side. You can always add a widget again from the list of available widgets or inactive widgets.

Widgets are flexible tools in WordPress which developers can make use of in their own creative ways. If you are not comfortable with the code, you can also create you own custom widget and use it.

Widgets can make your website more interactive. They are also highly customizable, and you can achieve practically anything you want through a widget.

We hope this article helped you learn about widgets and how to add and use them in your WordPress websites.

wpCentral Launched

After 6 months of hard work, the Softaculous team is proud to announce the launch of our product wpCentral – A very simple central dashboard to manage all your WordPress installation in one place.

wpCentral is a new software SaaS offering by Softaculous Ltd. It helps you manage unlimited WordPress installations across multiple hosts and servers, from a very simple centralized dashboard.

We at Softaculous have helped millions of users install and manage WordPress over the past few years. With wpCentral we want to help many more millions to do so.

Interested ? Sign up now for free ! With wpCentral you can do the following :

Manage Multiple Blogs from one location

If you manage multiple WordPress installations, keeping them up-to-date is one big problem. Managing the plugins and themes is all together another level of issues. Its really time consuming to login into so many installations and make sure your WordPress is up-to-date and also your preferred theme and plugins are installed and up-to-date. With wpCentral do the following in a few clicks :

  • Single Click login to access your WordPress
  • Update all your WordPress installations with a single click
  • Install and update themes
  • Manage all your plugins from wpCentral


They say backup is the best security one can have ! With wpCentral you can ensure that your WordPress site is always protected.

  • Automate your WordPress Backups by scheduling them
  • Keep multiple backups
  • Restore with a single click
  • Backup to remote locations like Dropbox, AWS, FTP, SFTP and even on wpCentral servers

Install WordPress

Well we at Softaculous have been doing that for quite some time and we are pretty good with this.

  • Install WordPress by giving your FTP / SFTP and MySQL details. No need to download, upload, unzip, etc. Let wpCentral take care of that
  • Choose from multiple free themes while installing WordPress. Your WordPress will be installed with your preferred theme
  • You can install WordPress Multisite or single site

Manage Plugin and Themes Sets

We all have our favorite set of plugins and themes for WordPress. Its always a task to install all our favorite plugins and themes when we install WordPress. This problem is compounded when you have to manage multiple WordPress installations.

In wpCentral you can now create sets of your favorite plugins and themes which will be installed when you install WordPress via wpCentral. Even when you add your existing WordPress site to wpCentral you can apply your plugin and theme sets.

Is wpCentral free or paid ?

wpCentral is a freemium SaaS offering. Most of the features are free. Features like remote backups, clone, 1 minute uptime monitoring are available at a small cost ranging from $1-$2/month

Can I request a feature ?

We would love to a know what features you would like to see in wpCentral and how we can improve your user experience. Just email us at

About Softaculous Ltd.

Softaculous Ltd. is a software company established in 2009. We have various software products like Softaculous, Virtualizor, Webuzo, SitePad, AMPPS, Pinguzo, Deskuss, PopularFX, WPCentral, Serverly and Repositery. Our software and SaaS products are used on thousands of servers by millions of users.