Every Feature Your Site Could Ask For
Whether you’re a blogger, small-business owner, web designer, or developer, Ayox makes it easy to start your online journey off on the right foot. Our shared web hosting solutions are an easy-as-pie way to get a great website up and running. Plus, with so many robust features — we throw in a domain, SSL certificate, professional email address, and privacy protection for free — Shared Hosting gives you everything you need to succeed online (without breaking the bank).
24/7 SupportWhether you’re running an online store or managing a blog, it’s important that you can get help — day or night. That’s why Ayox support is always available.
1-Click StagingConfidently test new plugins, themes, and code before pushing your changes to your live site.
Bulletproof BackupsEasily protect and restore your site with access to automated and on-demand backups.
Built-in CachingGet better results with a faster site — without all the extra work of implementing caching yourself.
FREE SSL SecurityWe provide a free ‘Let’s Encrypt’ SSL certificate to protect your site with HTTPS — encrypting traffic and instantly boosting SEO with Google.
It’s a great question and asked by more than you would think. The short answer is WordPress is a simple way to managed your content, commonly referred to as a content managed system or CMS. The long answer is much more complicated. Read More
With the use of over 50 thousand extensions (called plugins) and tens of thousands of themes to help design your site, WordPress can be practically anything. It’s even great for SEO and all you need to use it is a hosting plan on a web host, like Ayox.
The difference between Managed and Shared Hosting is deceptively complicated, and comes down to the intent of use. That is not to say how you intend to use the server, but how your web host intends your server to be used. It’s very easy to get confused about this.
While nearly any server can run WordPress, many hosting companies like DreamHost have put time and effort into customizing servers just for WordPress.
The ultimate decision comes down to understanding what you need and want from your website, and understanding what those entail.
WordPress is an amazing platform and once up and running is very easy to use. However, getting started and setting up takes a little bit of hand holding.