Does it work on networks (multisite)?
Yup. WP Pusher is optimised to play well with multisite.
Does it support private repositories?
Yes it does.
Do you support Bitbucket or other hosts?
Yes, we also support Bitbucket and GitLab too.
Do I need Git installed on the server?
No! WP Pusher doesn't require Git. That's why it works with even the cheapest of shared hosting services.
How does renewals work?
Your license key for WP Pusher is valid for 1 year, after which it will automatically be renewed. We do not store your credit card information. Stripe does this for us. If you for some reason do not wish to renew, just send us an e-mail to let us know.
Will you have access to my server?
Nope! And we wouldn’t want to. We communicate with the WordPress core through our plugin. WordPress plugins with shell access are dangerous. We want to work smarter than that.
Will it work on my server?
Yes, most likely. We hook into core WordPress functionality. If the WordPress theme and plugin installer works on your installation, WP Pusher will as well.
Is it secure?
You never have to give us any sensitive information. The plugin will communicate with GitHub and the token that allow this is stored locally on your own server. We only communicate with your server through the WordPress core and would never force you to give us a shell access.
Do you have a money-back guarantee?
Yes! We offer you to try WP Pusher completely risk-free for 30 days. If for some reason you don't like the product, just tell us and we'll offer you a full refund. Even on day 30! No questions asked.
Will you ask for FTP or SSH access?
No, because we made a solution that works smarter than that. Everything is managed through our plugin which hooks into already existing WordPress features (the upgrader, that is).
Is it for me?
If you do WordPress theme or plugin development and don't prefer to use the built-in WordPress editor, then yes. WP Pusher is made for you. You want to have your themes and plugins hosted on GitHub and need an easy way to get them installed and deployed on you or your client’s WordPress installations.
Got other questions? Shoot us an e-mail or use the form in the bottom right corner.
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