Plesk Onyx for VPS and dedicated server can administer the WordPress site comfortably using the extended function “WordPress Toolkit”. With this software, you can find the existing WordPress installations on their own with just a few clicks of the new WordPress site and display them all in the list. There you can perform administrative tasks, such as updating, installing add-ons and managing all instances of WordPress installed at the same time. Therefore, this extension is very interesting for both resellers and end users. WordPress Toolkit is available at no additional charge for the three versions of Plesk Onyx, but the scope of Web Admin Edition features has been reduced in several aspects. For details on the difference between the full version and the special edition of Web Administration, visit the following site.

Server Administration> Tools and Settings> Updates and Updates> Add and Remove Components> When you switch to Plesk extensions, you can easily verify if the extensions are already installed in Plesk. A green checkmark is displayed next to the “WordPress Toolkit” extension. If the red X is still displayed, use the “Install” function in the drop-down menu. Continue, the installation will continue. There is an extended function in the Plesk main menu menu option “Server Administration”. It’s called “WordPress.” If you can not find these menus, you can also use the Plesk search bar. Maybe you may not be using the service provider view.

A screenshot of the available options is displayed. In this tutorial, you can click on the size of all the images to enlarge.

You can use these options selectively or all at once with all instances of WordPress. We will explain these options from left to right.

You can search for existing WordPress installations there. They are automatically added to the following list.
Security control
There you can verify the WordPress instance of the basic security problem. You will get a verified point and a list of possible automatic improvements that you can verify.
A collection of installed add-ins is retrieved and updates checks are also performed for those add-ons. You can also install and remove add-ons from your site there.
So you can manage themes and exchange several WordPress sites at the same time.
You can update your WordPress installation to the latest version. I can not touch the add-on.
Confirm update
Here you can check if there is a WordPress update on your site.
Automatic update
There you can decide if your WordPress site should receive updates automatically in the future.
In addition to these features, you can use the cloning and synchronization functionality on all lines that have WordPress installed.

Using clones can save a lot of time when using fully configured WordPress sites as templates. You can easily change the URL of the WordPress installation in this way by deleting the original site later. By clicking on this function, you can make some necessary settings, create a target subdomain or select one of the existing domains.

With Sync you can copy the changes to other WordPress installations. This is useful for testing new add-ons in subdomains before using subdomains in public blogs. You have the option of files, databases or both.

If you install a new WordPress on one of your domains, you must change the menu. Go to “Hosting service” and go to “Domain”. If it does not already exist, add the domain and click on the domain name to show all available domains in the list. Next to the normal options, you will see a new icon “Install WordPress”, as shown in the following figure.

After installation, you can log in directly to the WordPress admin panel from Plesk. If you need login information or want to change it, you can find this and other options in the dedicated administration menu. To open this menu, click on the name of the WordPress instance to the left of the direct login button. We write this in the image below:
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