UpdraftCentral Self-hosted Premium is a WordPress management solution that makes it quicker and easier to manage all your WordPress websites from one convenient location.
It’s self-hosted i.e. doesn’t use our server resources which means our price is the same whether you’re managing one WordPress website or one thousand WordPress websites.
UpdraftCentral Self-hosted Premium includes the following features:
- Master login – access all your WordPress websites’ dashboards with one master login to UpdraftCentral.
- Manage updates – manage and perform full updates on themes, plugins and WordPress core across all of your WordPress websites.
- Manage backups – manage all of your UpdraftPlus backups centrally from the UpdraftCentral dashboard.
- Manage users – view, create or delete users and grant them different levels of access across your WordPress websites.
- Manage pages and posts – manage all of your posts on all of your sites, from a single location in the UpdraftCentral dashboard.
- Manage comments – manage comments across your WordPress websites, without leaving the UpdraftCentral dashboard.
- Install and activate plugins and themes onto all connected websites at once.
- Google Analytics – get an instant overview of GA KPIs across all your WordPress websites in one central location.
- Tags – create bespoke categories or ‘tags’ so you can locate a particular kind of content across all of your WordPress websites from UpdraftCentral.
- Advanced admin tools – inspect systems information and manage site configurations and settings across all of your sites from UpdraftCentral.
- Manage unlimited sites – you’ll need either UpdraftPlus or WP-Optimize (Free or Premium) to get UpdraftCentral.
What does UpdraftCentral Self-hosted Premium require to run?
The websites being controlled must have all of the following:
- WordPress 3.2 (July 2011) or later.
- Installed or active UpdraftPlus 1.12.2 (free) or 2.12.2 (Premium) or later, or
- WP-Optimize 3.2.14
No active security modules (whether a WordPress plugin, or webserver component) that block traffic based on unusual patterns. Encrypted traffic from a remote control plugin is likely to be blocked, as it looks very different to regular website visits from a web browser. We have tested with the most popular WordPress plugins, and these are all not a problem in all the configurations we have tested.
The website that is running the dashboard must have:
- WordPress 4.6 (August 2016) or later
- PHP 5.6 or later