Configure More PHP Settings from FlyWP Dashboard + Other Fixes & Enhancements

At FlyWP, we’re continually striving to enhance our platform to provide you with the best possible experience. We’re thrilled to announce several new features and improvements that will make managing your WordPress websites even easier.

These updates include new PHP settings, an enhanced phpMyAdmin feature, improved error handling, and many more stability and usability enhancements.

New PHP Settings

We’ve introduced new PHP settings to give you more control and flexibility over your server configurations. You can now easily adjust the following settings directly from the FlyWP dashboard:

  • Max File Uploads: Define the maximum number of files that can be uploaded at once.
  • Max Input Vars: Set the maximum number of input variables that can be accepted.
  • Max Input Time: Determine the maximum time in seconds that a script is allowed to parse input data.
  • Max Execution Time: Specify the maximum time in seconds that a script is allowed to run before it is terminated.

These settings ensure that you can fine-tune your PHP environment to meet your specific needs, optimizing performance and resource management.

Enhancements to phpMyAdmin

Managing your databases is now more transparent. We’ve added a loading state, so you’ll know exactly when phpMyAdmin is being enabled or disabled. Plus, if any errors occur during this process, you’ll receive clear and actionable alerts, making it easier to troubleshoot and resolve issues. We’ve also fixed a bug when phpMyAdmin wasn’t working if the SSH port was manually changed by the user.

Improved Error Handling and Notifications

We’ve made significant improvements in error handling across the FlyWP platform. Here’s what’s new:

  • Server Deletion Process: We’ve enhanced the server deletion process to handle provider exceptions more gracefully. If an error occurs, you’ll now see detailed error notices on the frontend of the app, helping you understand and address the issue quickly.
  • Human-Friendly Error Messages: We’ve refined error messages across the platform to ensure they are more descriptive and user-friendly. No more vague “Unknown error occurred” messages; now, you’ll receive clear information about what went wrong and how to fix it.

Bug Fixes and Stability Enhancements

In addition to these new features, we’ve squashed numerous bugs and made various enhancements to improve the overall stability and user-friendliness of FlyWP. We’ve focused on making sure our error messages are clear and helpful, and we’ve streamlined processes to enhance your workflow efficiency.