Sure thing! Here is the settings of the MainWP Extension, with black-box redaction of sensitive information.
S3 Location storage option for the S3 configuration is redacted in part, however I can tell you that the redacted portion of the configuration line is a 20-character long text string, with no special characters, spaces, or numbers, followed by the visible content.
I can additionally tell you that there are UI/UX issues with the extension’s toggle switches – whenever they are clicked, the color changes, but the toggle button doesn’t actually move – hence why it shows green for using the premium version, however, the toggle shows set to the
off state still. This is another item that has caused me confusion throughout the entire process of utilizing the extension.
It shows that I am unable to post more than one image due to my account on the forums being new, so I have uploaded the images to my CDN, where you can access them directly via the URLs below, and included further in my post.
MainWP Extension Settings:
When I first add a new website to MainWP and set it up to work with the Updraft extension, it does not usually actually trigger the update to the child site, even after repeatedly syncing both the entire system’s websites, and the new website individually. I’ve found that the one way I can bypass this is by going to the MainWP Updraft Extension’s settings, and then enabling “debug mode” in the advanced settings, and clicking save. I have found that usually, when I do this, the child site’s updraft plus configuration will finally update to match the settings within the MainWP Extension.
Another thing that I have noticed when I added a subdomain-hosted website to MainWP, is that the Updraft extension took the site name of
subdomain.example.co, and, in the Updraft configuration on the child site, configured the S3 bucket subfolder to be
s3://bucketname/subdomain.example_.co for some reason.
I don’t know if it would make a difference, but I also have the website
example.co configured and connected to my MainWP dashboard as well.
I will include a redacted screenshot of the configuration of Updraft from one of the several child websites that are within my system, however, I pretty much am having to repeatedly do configuration updates through MainWP, and so on, to trigger the settings to be applied manually, because it doesn’t automatically apply the configuration to the remote child automatically.
Child Site Settings:
Would you like any additional information, and does this provide answer to all of your above questions?