Are you looking for WooCommerce Website Hosting?
Do you run an online shop which is built on WooCommerce? Have you outgrown your current hosting or are you experiencing problems with page loading speed? Do you require an SSL certificate but your current host can’t supply you with one? Are you experiencing problems with payment gateways, incompatibilities between the server and your website code? Does your website grind to a halt during busy periods?
We can help you! Give us a call for a friendly chat or contact us.
Run PHP version 7 or greater
Run MySQL version 5.6 or greater OR MariaDB version 10.0 greater
WordPress Memory limit of 128MB or greater
Safe and secured with HTTPS and an SSL
CURL or fsockopen support, used by WooCommerce and by several of our integrations, a.g. for PayPal IPN
Some extensions require SOAP support
Multibyte string support if you’re running a non-English store.
Why should I choose
CMS Live for my WooComerece Web Hosting?
When you choose CMS Live to look after your WooCommerce website hosting you get exactly what you pay for… the best service, piece of mind and customer satisfaction.
We take care of your WordPress version management which helps to protect your website against outdated software
We ensure your software is never outdated. This includes your theme and your plugins. Outdated software puts your WooCommerce website at risk because security vulnerabilities are often well known for the bad guys to take advantage
We can achieve sub 1 second page load times to optimise user experience and help with your google search listings.
Read more on page speed optimisation.
Our own dedicated servers are managed by our team here at CMS Live, this gives us the choice to support and run multiple PHP versions including 7.2, 7.1.12, 7.0.26 and 5.6.32.
What is an SSL and why
do I need one for my eCommerce Website
An SSL is a secure connection between two devices over the internet allowing sensitive data to be securely transmitted.
Your website and its owner has to be authenticated by verification before you can be issued with an SSL certificate which will then be indicated by the S in the https of your website address.
Whichever payment gateway you choose to receive payments through your website will require you to have an SSL. Many customers visiting your eCommerce website will see it as a sign of trustworthiness and expect to see the padlock in the address bar when browsing your website