Can I block a specific IP address from accessing my site?

Yes. WordPress for Finance IP Restrictions allows you to block IP addresses from accessing your site instance. You can deny access to an IP Address by adding IP restrictions under Security > IP Restriction.

How do I add redirects to DXM?

Redirects can be added to DXM by typing the relevant information into Sites > Redirects for the specific Instance and domain required

When would you create a 302 redirect?

302 Redirects are generally created for the following reasons:

  • To point pages to a different URL for short-term marketing campaigns
  • If users do not want to permanently register redirects with search engines

When would you create a 301 redirect?

301 Redirects are generally created for one of the following purposes:

  • Route incoming links to obsolete URLs to the correct location
  • Create permanent targets for frequently changing URLs
  • Create long terms URLs for branding or substitute short URL aliases for long URLs
  • Preserve search engine rankings for renamed or moved pages

What are URL redirects?

A redirect is a way to send both users and search engines to a different URL from the one they originally requested. The two most commonly used redirects are 301 (Permanent Redirect) and 302 (Temporary Redirect).

What actions can I carry out within the DXM Management module?

Users are able to carry out the following actions within each site instance:

  • Restore a database between instances
  • Download a backup database
  • View and edit the primary domain for the specific site instance
  • Request and view CSR details
  • Upload TLS certificate
  • View the DNS details
  • Enable or disable site instance to Read Only
  • Enable the production site instance to Live view
  • Check the Cluster, DNS and Uptime Cluster statuses

What services are setup when I create a site with DXM?

For each new site the followings services are automatically setup on site creation:

  1. Git repository
  2. Development, staging and production site instances
  3. DNS CNAMEs for each site Instance through DNSME
  4. StatusCake uptime monitoring for each site instance
  5. Docker service for each site instance