purely.website 2024 Changelog #1
Continuing our series we’re excited to share the latest features, improvements and a peek at what’s to come in 2024 at purely.website.
Google and Yahoo DMARC Requirements
Both Google and Yahoo have new DMARC requirements in place if you’re sending email to their service. Are you prepared for the new rules? Take a look at our insight for more details and learn how to add a DMARC record to your domain.
Whois Domain Privacy
You shouldn’t have to pay to keep your information private. At purely.website you won’t see any extras for domain privacy during checkout, it’s included absolutely free of charge – no matter your location. Want to know more? Our whois domain privacy insight explains why we don’t believe in charging for this feature.
New Hosting Features
We’ve been hard at work upgrading our cp.purely.website platform to bring many new features and improvements. The most notable being as follows:
- PHP error logs are now logged to a websites home directory
- PHP 8.3 now supported
- WordPress Maintenance Mode can be toggled on/off
- MySQL database upload improvements
- Control Panel Activity Log
- General performance improvements
We’ll soon be making changes to the way packages are displayed within cp.purely.website by labelling each package with the assigned domain, making it much clearer for customers with multiple packages. The WordPress Toolkit will also gain the ability to manage your WordPress themes among other fixes, improvements and features.
purely.website is a brand of Pipe Ten Hosting Ltd. A leading web hosting company within the UK that has provided a wide range of web hosting and online infrastructure management services to its members since 2002. They are a Nominet accredited channel partner that are ISO/IEC 27001 certified, having achieved the internationally recognised accreditation for Information Security Management.