Dev environment questions

How Do I View My Access and WordPress Error Logs?

Logs can be very helpful when troubleshooting and debugging issues. Click here to find out how to view your access and WordPress error logs with Ki...

How to Install Cloudflare on Your WordPress Site

Check out this tutorial on how to install Cloudflare on your WordPress site, along with the official WordPress plugin to utilize built-in features.

How to Load Your WordPress Site Over a Reverse Proxy

A reverse proxy consists of a set of rules added to a web server which instruct the server to send requests for a given subdirectory to a separate...

Can I transfer billing to my client?

Use this page to learn more about transferring billing to your client.

What Features Do You Offer for Developers?

Use this page to learn about the features we offer for developers, such as Nginx, MariaDB, PHP 7, one-click staging, and full page caching.

How to Edit Your Hosts File – Preview Site Before Updating DNS

Previewing your site before you update DNS can be handy when it comes to migrating your WordPress site. You can edit your hosts file or use an onli...

How Do I Add a Domain to a Site/Install?

Use this page to learn how to add a domain to your site/install. Make sure to add both the www and non-www versions and assign a primary domain.

How Do I Point my Domain or DNS to Kinsta?

Click here to learn how to point your domain or DNS to Kinsta's web servers. This includes taking advantage of our premium Amazon Route 53 DNS feat...

How to Connect to SSH at Kinsta

SSH access allows you perform common sysadmin tasks via command prompt. Learn how to easily connect to SSH at Kinsta, whether you are using Windows...

What Is My Site IP Address (IPv4)?

Learn how to find your site IP address (IPv4) which you can use to point your DNS over to Kinsta.

How Does Your Full Page Caching Work?

Click here to learn more about how the full page caching works for WordPress sites hosted with Kinsta. Caching is done at a server level.

How to Use SFTP to Connect to Your WordPress Site

Click here to learn how to use SFTP to connect to your WordPress site. All you need is your IP address or host name, username, password, and port n...