When you become a site owner, you receive administrator permissions to manage the billing information, team members, and site settings.
In the Team modal, enter the email address of the user, and click Add Team Member.
Once the user has been added to the project, they will receive a welcome email notifying them that they are now a member of the site's team. This will allow them to access the site's codebase, create backups, mark the site as private, clear your sites' caches, sync content, and perform updates.
All users can be removed except the site owner.
See the Remove a Site Owner section of our Access Management doc for more information.
In the Team modal, click the X next to the user you want to delete.
When you delete a user from a site, they lose the ability to perform any operations on that site.
For more information on managing teams, see the Team Management article.
One of the best things about Pantheon is the ability to collaborate with agencies and shops on web projects. If you have contracted with a Pantheon Partner Agency, you can add them to the site as a Supporting Organization, which will give their company access to help build, launch, or maintain your site:
Because Supporting Organizations have full access to a site, only the site owner can perform this action.
From the Pantheon Site Dashboard, click Team in the upper-right corner.
At the bottom of the Manage Team window, click Add Supporting Organization:
Enter the agency's full name and click Search. The name must match exactly.
Once the agency has been located and confirmed to match the agency intended, click the Add button:
The agency will receive an email notification.
- Apache Solr is a system for indexing and searching site content. Pantheon provides Apache Solr v3.6 as a service for most plans including the Sandbox site plan.
- Redis is an open-source, networked, in-memory, key-value data store that can be used as a drop-in caching backend for your Drupal or WordPress website.
Pantheon also offers New Relic® Performance Monitoring to our customers, built into the Site Dashboard. New Relic offers a wide array of metrics that provide a nearly real-time look into the performance of a web application.
From the Site Dashboard, click Settings, then click Add Ons. You will see all the available add-ons for your site.
You can access New Relic® Performance Monitoring directly from the Site Dashboard, by clicking on New Relic.
Solr and Redis are available to Sandbox plans for testings, and to Performance Small plans and higher for production sites. If either feature is enabled on your site, the feature will stop functioning and may cause errors if the site is moved to a Basic plan.
See the steps in our Site Access doc for recovery instructions.
From the Site Dashboard, click the tag that shows the current plan or Upgrade next to the site's name. Select a plan, and follow the prompts to pay or transfer site ownership to invite another user to pay.
For more information, see Manage Plans in the Site Dashboard.
The Replace Card button allows you to change the credit card to which a site is being billed, or to update an existing card's billing or expiration information.
From the User Dashboard, click the Account tab and select Billing from the left side.
Below the card for which you want to update information, click Replace Card.
Read the information in the Are you sure? modal, and to continue, check the box next to Yes, I want to continue and click Continue.
In the Add Payment Method modal, select the card that will be used for the sites, or click Add Card to add another credit card.
All changes will take effect with the next billing cycle.
Self-serve sites are billable via recurring monthly or annual billing. Sites that are owned by a Reseller, Edu+, or Enterprise organization are invoiced to the organization.
This process will transfer ownership of the site immediately. The account paying for the site is automatically assigned the Site Owner role and will receive future invoices and billing notifications. Agencies maintain access by being associated as a Supporting Organization.
A transfer of ownership is the most common way non-agency developers and Registered Agencies (i.e., non-Partner Agencies) deliver completed sites to their clients. If you are a Partner Agency looking to ensure that your client receives Preferred Pricing, you should send an invitation to your client to pay for the site.
Single-site businesses can also use this method when site ownership needs to be transferred to someone else within the company. The invitation will guide the recipient through adding their payment method to the site for the designated plan.
We recommend communicating with the business owner well in advance of sending a transfer request. It's a good idea to have them notify you once they've upgraded so you can continue the going live procedure. Feel free to share the Site Owner FAQ guide with them.
- From the Pantheon Site Dashboard, click on the Billing tab.
- Click on Transfer Site. Enter the email address associated with the account you want to transfer site ownership to.
- Click Send Request. The recipient will need to confirm the transfer.
Resellers and Enterprise organizations should contact their Account Manager or create a Support ticket to request a transfer of ownership.