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Connect with WordPress Application-Password support

WordPress Application Passwords enable website owners to generate a unique token in order to authorize a REST API request. Using Application Passwords, you can...

A plugin on my website is not reflected in the app. Is there a way to sync it to the app?

While AppMySite supports a lot of plugins, there are a reasonable number of plugins that may not work. It depends on how a plugin...

Can I create multiple apps from the same website?

Yes you can however, to avoid duplication only the app that has most recently established connectivity will be considered active.

My app is too slow. What should I do?

The data on your app is directly populated from your website’s database. If you are experiencing slow speed on your mobile app, it is...

How to configure iThemes settings to establish connectivity with AppMySite?

If you’re using the iThemes security plugin, you may not be able to establish connectivity with AppMySite. This is because iThemes provides restricted access...

Schedule connectivity checks with the Monitor feature

You can now monitor the connectivity between your website and app with scheduled and automated connectivity checks. Simply schedule connectivity checks on the Monitor...

Where can I track the connectivity errors that occur in my app?

You can track your app’s connectivity errors in the Logs section of your AppMySite account. Any errors related to your app’s APIs are detailed...

How to enable CORS for your website?

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) essentially allows a third-party domain to access your website’s resources. In order to build an app with AppMySite, you’re required...

Can I change the domain associated with my mobile app?

You can change the domain associated with your mobile app on AppMySite. Follow the steps below to change your app domain: Navigate to Settings >...