Learn how to utilize the free New Relic One dashboard to visualize your application performance data and better understand your business.
Git is a powerful version control management system. Learn how to connect and securely push changes from Git to WP Engine.
Local allows for streamlined WordPress development on your local computer. Learn how to use WP Engine Connect to easily push/pull directly from WP Engine.
With the upgrade to PHP 7.4, WP Engine has decided to deprecate the .htaccess file. See which alternatives we recommend to replace old htaccess directives.
In May 2020 DevKit reach end of life. For continued support and updates, please migrate from DevKit to Local. For more information, view this guide.
If you have a dedicated hosting plan, a dedicated development environment can be added to allow for an additional test server environment.
GeoTarget can present content to different users based on geographic location. Learn how to setup and use GeoTarget shortcodes and PHP variables.
Learn how to access phpMyAdmin to run a SQL query in your WordPress database and how to run a query when your WordPress site has a custom database prefix.
Learn how to create and use Sites as well as Production, Staging and Development environments to enhance your development workflow.
This page offers answers to common questions about default platform settings, WordPress settings, and server configuration settings
In this article we explain how to generate an SSH key for use with WordPress command line tools in the SSH Gateway feature on WP Engine.
Learn best practices for development, security, and cacheability to maintain high availability on your site, and what WP Engine does to help.