With Managed WordPress, we make changing your domain name really simple. When you change your domain name through our gateway, we take care of the following:
It’s important to note that you do not need to change anything on your account after submitting the request through the gateway. You do not need to modify your MySQL database, nor your WordPress installation’s files.
If you need to access Gateway for your Managed WordPress account, you can click Go Daddy Settings at the top of your WordPress admin panel.
Managed WordPress® accounts offer 30 days’ worth of backups for your WordPress installation’s files and its database. You can select to restore either your files, your database, or both. If you’re not sure, check out this info:
Our backups restore your account to the state it was when we restored it, i.e. any changes made after the restore will be permanently erased. For example, if you restore your database, all posts written after the backup was created will be erased.
Our Managed WordPress accounts have three different tiers, which let you add more sites and more monthly visitors to your account. You can view the details about each plan here.
After upgrading your account, you can add more sites to your account. For more information, see Adding or Removing Sites with Managed WordPress.
Managed WordPress is Go Daddy’s professional WordPress hosting platform. Its feature list is incredible, as is its performance (so good, in fact, some of our developers literally didn’t believe it — but we assure you, it’s real).
Managed WordPress offers a streamlined and optimized WordPress experience; it’s nothing but a hosting account with WordPress installed. For a lot of customers, that’s exactly what they’re looking for. When customers launch into their accounts, we place them directly in the WordPress admin panel, so there’s no complication and nothing superfluous.
Check out some of what it offers:
Because of these accounts’ optimized configurations, there are also some limitations to be mindful of.