Use this page to learn about why we don't require a hosting contract here at Kinsta. You can cancel anytime, and we’ll refund the unused part of yo...
Click here to learn about what WordPress core is and how Kinsta handles automatic WordPress updates for customer's websites.
When it pertains to SSL, a dedicated IP is not necessary and has not been required since June 2003, thanks to a technique called SNI.
Use this page to learn about our SSL support and how you can enable it on your WordPress site from right within the MyKinsta dashboard.
Kinsta includes a free HTTP/2 CDN for all clients. If you prefer, you can also use a third-party provider, such as KeyCDN, Cloudflare, or StackPath.
You can transfer the SSL certificate you purchased somewhere else. Just send us the SSL certificate and key and we will add it to your WordPress site.
Learn more about running a SPDY CDN. Note: This is no longer applicable for most people as most CDN providers and Kinsta now support HTTP/2.
Use this page to learn the payment methods we accept.
Use this page to learn more about email service at Kinsta.
Use this page to learn more about root access at Kinsta.
Use this page to learn about our billing cycle at Kinsta, including when your credit card on file will be charged each month.
Use this page to learn more about domain registration and a few places Kinsta recommends to purchase a domain from.