Plesk is a fully featured web-based control panel that enables you to build and manage multiple sites from a single dashboard. Plesk is the control panel used for A2 Hosting Windows and Managed WordPress products.
This collection of articles provides all of the essential information you need to get up and running quickly with Plesk.
Plesk offers lots of configurable features to support e-mail. This collection of articles features topics such as configuring Plesk's Spam Filter, enabling auto-replies, and managing e-mail deliverability settings.
This collection of articles covers Plesk features that are specific to the Windows operating system.
Learn how to add, modify, and delete FTP accounts by using Plesk.
Learn how to back up and restore your websites in Plesk.
Learn how to create a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and install an SSL certificate for your site by using Plesk.
Learn how to create, manage, and remove users for your Plesk account in this article.
Learn how to create, manage, and remove user roles for your Plesk account in this article.
Learn how to use Plesk to protect specific directories with a password. This article covers how to add and remove password protection from a directory.
The task scheduler in Plesk enables you to fetch URLs and run commands and PHP scripts at user-defined intervals. Learn how to add, edit, and remove scheduled tasks in this article.
Learn how to access a customer's sub-account in Plesk. This article only applies to Windows Reseller Hosting customers.
Learn about the WordPress Toolkit in Plesk, and how you can use it to manage your WordPress installations.
Learn how to create and renew Let's Encrypt SSL certificates for your site by using Plesk.
Website staging enables you to test your site in a safe environment before you take it live. This article describes how to do website staging with Plesk. Learn how to set up the staging environment, copy the website, copy the databases, and publish the site.
Plesk enables you to quickly and easily back up and restore databases, and this article shows you how.
You can configure site backups to your Dropbox account in Plesk. Learn more in this article.
You can quickly and easily switch PHP versions on your account using Plesk, and this article shows you how.
You can configure your web site to redirect users so they always use a secure HTTPS connection, even if they type a non-secure HTTP URL in their web browser. Please note that this article only applies to accounts that have Plesk.
This article shows you how to create and enable custom error pages for your web site in Plesk.
Learn how to change the document root directory in Plesk.
Plesk supports integration with the Git version control system. Learn how to set up, create, and edit your repositories in this article.
This article describes how to view and filter logs (as well as how to view the most recent data) using the Plesk log feature.
Learn how to manage service plans in Plesk. This article shows you how to create, manage, and remove Plesk service plans. Please note that this article only applies to Windows Reseller Hosting customers.
Learn how to manage subscriptions in Plesk. This article shows you how to add, edit, and remove subscriptions in Plesk. Please note that this article only applies to Windows Reseller Hosting customers.
Learn how to configure custom name servers for your Windows Hosting account. This article covers how to add A records for custom name servers in Plesk, and then register the custom name servers in the Customer Portal.
By default, Plesk requires authentication to view the statistics page for a website or domain. You can remove password protection from the site statistics page, and this article shows you how.
Learn how to use Plesk to configure your site to support Microsoft Silverlight.
This article describes how to activate and configure Cloudflare ServerShield using the Plesk control panel.
You can use Plesk to generate and install a self-signed SSL certificate for testing or development purposes. Learn how in this article.
You can use SSH keys to set up automated SSH logins with Plesk. Read this article to learn how to create and append SSH keys from the command line.
Plesk enables you to view your account's resource usage, including CPU, physical memory, and more.