This is the part of the file path that precedes your document root (eg /home/<your-id>.cloudwaysapps.com/<your-user>/public_html/public_html/). This is relatively easy to find but simply posting it as part of the application information would save needless steps.7 votes
Git deployment in Click&Go console start automatically in the document root folder. If my git repository do not contains the document root folder then i can't use the click&go console, without changing my git repository. This is avoided also if i have more repositories in the same document root. I would like the click&go console to have a destination folder to deploy in.7 votes
I'd like to see add-ons/integrations for services like:
- New Relic
- Pingdom/StatusCake71 votes
I think database panel need really improvements.
I would like to see in database basic columns as ROWS and SIZE of table.
Also collation does not work properly even if I can change it on clickngo panel. It does not change collation for existing tables.4 votes
Being able to check/clear/download application/error logs from the Click&Go console (nginx, apache, mysql ...)93 votes
I would like to select what first language prestashop gets installed with.
At the moment your prestashop installation comes with english and french installed. But when those are not needed they just take space in the database. Even when deleted they leave lots of entries behind...
So installing with the right language from the beginning would be amazing.3 votes
Piwik is an open source selfhosted stat system and alternative to google analytics.
Making it simple to install and setup with high performance defaults would add a great feature to your click&go platform.17 votesAdminCloudways (Admin, Cloudways) responded
By now we have created this blog post on how to deploy it over base php stack:
We will later on consider adding it as a standalone application if we see enough pull.
I want to be able to upload/delete/modify my application files from the Click&Go console (file manager)95 votes
5 votesAdminCloudways (Admin, Cloudways) responded
Migrator for Wordpress is already there:
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