Cloud Resource Limits on Your Web Hosting Account

Cloud Resource Limits In shared hosting, the most common reason for downtime is a single account slowing down other accounts on the server. The CloudLinux OS protects you by limiting the maximum amount of resources that a single cPanel account can consume. This ensures there are always enough resources to keep every website running fast. […]

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Add Facebook ‘Like’ Button To Your Website

Adding Facebook ‘Like’ button to your website is so very simple. You just need to paste the code for the button in the page for the website. You can generate the code from the URL given below: http://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/plugins/like/ In the URL above, you can also customize the color and font of the Like button. You […]

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Configure Email Account On Samsung Galaxy (Using POP)

Below are the steps to configure an email account in Samsung Galaxy phones (using POP): Tap the Home icon Tap the Grid icon so you can view all installed applications Tap the Email icon Enter your Email Address and Password for the account you are setting up and tap Next  Select the type of account: […]

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How To Set Up Catch-All Email Account

Catch-all email forwarding allows you to forward all email sent to your domain name to an email account which you can specify in your control panel. Steps to Set Up a Catch-All Email  Step 1: Access the cPanel interface. Step 2: From the drop-down menu select the (sub)domain for which you would like to set […]

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Guide to using suPHP_ConfigPath In Htaccess

How To Use suPHP_ConfigPath In Htaccess

In this post I will show you how to use suphp_configpath. If you are setting up custom PHP settings, the custom php.ini file will be required in a folder where the php scriptneeds to execute. See: What is PHP? Explained Or you can place php.ini anywhere and have this directive in public_html/.htaccess suPHP_ConfigPath /home/username/public_html where username is […]

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How To Change Permissions From File Manager

Step 1: Open your File Manager and navigate to the file or folder that you need to change. Step 2: Click on the name of the file or folder. Step 3: Click on the Change Permissions link in the top menu of the File Manager page. Step 4: Click on as many check boxes as you […]

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How To Reset cPanel Login Details

Resetting the cPanel login details may be required due to any of the following reasons. 1. You have forgotten the password and you need to access the cPanel. 2. Need to reset the login details for Security reasons. (You have the Old Password and you are able to access cPanel using it). Case 1 :- In […]

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How To Restore From cPanel Backup

Follow these steps in order to restore your website from cPanel backup. 1. Log in into cPanel. 2. Under the tab file, you can see the label backups. 3. Click on backups. 4. Select the backup file which you want to restore. Note: You cannot use a full backup to restore your site via the […]

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How Can I Create A CNAME Record?

You should use a CNAME record whenever you want associate a new subdomain to an already existing A record; i.e. you can make “www.somedomain.tld” to “somedomain.tld”, which should already have been assigned an IP with an A record. You can add this from the cpanel of the domain itself. 1. Log into the cpanel of […]

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500 Internal Server Error And Related Causes

In this post we will show you how to fix the 500 Internal Server Error Follow these steps: 1. Rules starting with redirect should be renamed to standard format RewriteRule. This is the one compatible with the latest apache version. All the redirection set from cPanel will be compatible. You need to check only the […]

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