Trial Sites are your development environments for starting a new site project before you publish to a custom domain name.
The number of Trial Sites available and the timeframe until they expire, depend on your Treepl CMS member status.
Setup a Trial Site
Log into your Treepl CMS Partner Portal (my.treepl.co)
Use the ‘Create New Site’ button to start a new site instance.
Complete the fields:
- 'Site Name'
- 'Root Domain' either treepl.co or trialsite.co (for white-labelling)
- 'Subdomain' usually autocompletes, but you can change if needed
- 'Hosting Plan'
- 'Create From' choose a blank site or one of the free Treepl CMS templates (preview the templates via the blue button)
- 'Data Center' choose the server location best for your site
- 'Country' set your sites primary location
- 'Timezone' set the server time to be used for all your site's date/time functions
Click "Save" and wait around 30 seconds for the instances to spin up.
The instance will appear in your ‘Trial Sites’ list with a pending status until ready.
Manage a Trial Site
Once a Trial Site is ready you'll see additional options available for managing your instance:
- 'URL' view the Trial Site with the system generated subdomain
- 'Admin' navigate to the site admin
- 'Activate' start the site activation process to publish the site under a custom domain
- 'Duplicate' create an complete copy of the instance
- 'Edit details' access the instance settings
- 'Delete' remove the instance from your account
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