WordPress (Unmanaged) App
This app is targeted at users who want to have complete control over their WordPress installation. The WordPress code can be accessed and edited via SFTP. WordPress' built-in updater has to be used to periodically check and install updates. If you prefer delegating the responsibility of applying updates to the Cloudron team, use the WordPress app instead.
The WordPress admin page is located
The app can be uploaded using an SFTP client like FileZilla.
You can find the SFTP login details when clicking on the
i icon in the app grid.
SFTP access for non-admin users can be granted using the access control UI.
WordPress memory limit
The PHP memory limit is configured to match the app's memory limit. To increase WordPress memory limit, change the app's memory limit.
Cloudron app is setup so that WordPress automatically sets
WP_MEMORY_LIMIT option to match the PHP memory limit.
The app is configured to run WordPress cron tasks every 5 minutes.
To run the cron tasks manually run the following command using the Web terminal:
wp cron event run --due-now
WordPress' built-in cron task schedule
wp-cron is disabled since
it is not effective
for low traffic websites.
Unlike the Managed WordPress app, you can install plugins that modify the code.
GTmetrix is a great site for getting performance metrics on the WordPress installation.
To set the expires headers for all pages, the WP Fastest Cache plugin can be installed.
Cloudron does not support PHPMyAdmin. It is, however, possible to access the database using other methods:
Open a Web terminal and press the 'MySQL' button to get console access. You can execute SQL commands directly.
Use a plugin like ARI Adminer for a GUI.
WP CLI is a command line interface to WordPress. To run commands
using the CLI tool, open a Web terminal and
execute commands WP CLI using simply
wp. It is pre-setup to run as the correct user already.
Additional php settings can be configured, when running the cli manually with
php -d key=value:
sudo -u www-data php -d max_execution_time=100 /app/pkg/wp
In this case setting the maximum execution timeout to 100 seconds.
You can add custom PHP settings in
Migrating existing site
See our blog on how to migrate an existing WordPress site to Cloudron.