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Start your own blog with WordPress CMS
12 months
4.99
£0.99/monththen £4.99/month1excl. 20% VAT
  • WordPress… is a free and open source CMS
  • Use the appealing features of WordPress CMS to build your site
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WordPress Hosting Packages at 1&1

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1&1 Managed WP

1&1 Managed WP

1&1 Managed WP

BASIC

PLUS

UNLIMITED

The best choice for photoblogs and medium-sized WordPress projects

Ideal for large WordPress websites, with top performance

Perfect for demanding WordPress projects, with guaranteed resources

12 months
4.99
£0.99/monththen £4.99/month1excl. 20% VAT
12 months
6.99
£3.99/monththen £6.99/month2excl. 20% VAT
12 months
9.99
£6.99/monththen £9.99/month3excl. 20% VAT
    • Automatic Security Updates

    • Pre-installed Plugins

    • NEW!

      WP Expert Support

    • Included

      24/7 Support

    • 1&1 Community

    • 1 WordPress Website

    • NEW!

      50 GB Storage on SSD

    • NEW!

      1 MySQL 5 Database on SSD
      (1 GB)

    • Unlimited Visitors

    • Unlimited E-mail Accounts

    • 20 SFTP Accounts

    • Security with SSL Certificate

    • Geo-redundancy

    • DDoS Protection

    • Data Recovery

    • Pre-live Staging

12 months
4.99
£0.99/monththen £4.99/month1excl. 20% VAT
    • Automatic Security Updates

    • Pre-installed Plugins

    • NEW!

      WP Expert Support

    • Included

      24/7 Support

    • 1&1 Community

    • 5 WordPress Websites

    • NEW!

      250 GB storage on SSD

    • NEW!

      5 MySQL 5 Databases on SSD (1 GB each)

    • Unlimited Visitors

    • Unlimited E-mail Accounts

    • Unlimited SFTP Accounts

    • 1&1 CDN

    • Security with SSL Certificate

    • Geo-redundancy

    • DDoS Protection

    • Data Recovery

    • Pre-live Staging

    • 1&1 SiteLock Basic

12 months
6.99
£3.99/monththen £6.99/month2excl. 20% VAT
    • Automatic Security Updates

    • Pre-installed Plugins

    • NEW!

      WP Expert Support

    • Included

      24/7 Support

    • 1&1 Community

    • Unlimited WordPress Websites

    • NEW!

      Unlimited storage on SSD

    • NEW!

      Unlimited MySQL 5 Databases on SSD
      (1 GB each)

    • Unlimited Visitors

    • Unlimited E-mail Accounts

    • Unlimited SFTP Accounts

    • 1&1 CDN with Railgun™

    • Security with SSL Certificate

    • Geo-redundancy

    • DDoS Protection

    • Data Recovery

    • Pre-live Staging

    • 1&1 SiteLock Basic

12 months
9.99
£6.99/monththen £9.99/month3excl. 20% VAT

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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

WordPress CMS

  • What security features does 1&1 offer with the WordPress CMS hosting plan?

    The 1&1 data centers are among the most powerful and secure in the US - and we extend this same level of security to all of our customers. Geo-redundancy forms the basis of our security. This means that, when you sign up with 1&1 WordPress CMS hosting, your data is processed in two data centers in two separate geographical locations. If one center is interrupted, the other one will take over. So, your site will never go offline. We also provide our customers with SiteLock security scans that protect your audience from malware and hackers, keeping your online reputation intact. Plus, in addition to daily backups, our webspace recovery feature means you're able to restore deleted or overwritten files with ease, giving you complete peace of mind. Finally, we offer all of our customers 24/7 support with a team of WordPress experts. Whatever your query, at 1&1 someone is always on hand to help.
  • What is a CMS?

    Simply put: A CMS, or content management system, is a system used to manage the content of a website. It allows you to publish, edit or organize all content from a central interface. It also enables website owners to sort through and locate documents with ease; this includes texts, video, photos and raw data. A CMS is recommended for anyone who is planning on creating a website that will be updated more than twice a month. This is because a CMS has certain advantages; such as scalability, security, functionality, usability and application support. It also means that business owners can have a web presence without the need for a technical team to maintain the running of a website. WordPress CMS is by far the most popular content management system. In addition to the advantages listed, it also provides users with a host of professional templates and add-ons that increase the accessibility of your site and allow it to grow over time.