# Instances

This section provides you with detailed information about instances within the PanelAlpha platform. Instances are a fundamental component of PanelAlpha, and they represent individual installations or deployments of the platform for different purposes.

In this documentation, you will find a comprehensive list of instances available within your PanelAlpha account. The list provides an overview of all the instances you have created or have access to. Each instance represents a separate environment or configuration tailored to specific requirements, projects, or teams.

# Instances List

On the main page of instances section there is a list with most crucial data visible at first hand, these are:

  • ID number - press and you will be redirected to the instance details
  • URL - like above; show preview on hover
  • User - assigned user data
  • Version - WordPress version where the instance has been created
  • WooCommerce version
  • Number of visitors to the website
  • Backup alerts
  • Used plan
  • If access is shared, a list of users visible on hover
  • Date of creating
  • Allowed actions:
    • Log in as user
    • Delete instance

Please bear in mind that from the admin area level further instances cannot be added. Only the first instance is installed during the installation.

# Instance Details

To gain more insights into a particular instance, you can utilize the "View Instance" option. This feature allows you to access detailed information about an instance, including its configuration settings and any relevant metadata. It gives you a deeper understanding of the specific characteristics and parameters of each instance.

Press the instance ID or a URL on the list and you will be redirected to its details page.

The instance details page is divided into three parts:

  1. The first one contains the most basic data on the instance, such as name and URL, page preview, service details and action buttons that allow managing the site and logging to WP admin site and many others.
    Hoover over an item and a tooltip with explanations will appear.

  2. Graph charts:

    • "Unique Visitors"
    • "Bandwidth"
      Both graphs are equipped with advanced filtering options that allow to change date ranges and zoom specific time periods for more precise data. You may also download the current chart view in an SVG, PNG or CSV formats.
  3. Activity logs section with all actions listed. Use date filter and search box to find specific entries.