How to Setup SPF, DKIM and DMARC in cPanel

How to Setup SPF, DKIM and DMARC in cPanel

Are email messages from your domain going to your recipient’s SPAM folder? Setting up Email Authentication records for your domain will improve email deliverability and increase the odds of emails from your domain arriving in your recipients’ Inbox versus the SPAM folder. In this article, we will discuss How to Setup SPF, DKIM and DMARC […]

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How to Change PHP Settings (Max Execution Time, Max Upload Filesize, Memory Limit etc.)

How to Change PHP Settings (Max Execution Time, Max Upload Filesize, Memory Limit etc.)

There are times when you need to adjust your PHP settings for one or more of your domains in your hosting account. Some of the settings you may need to adjust are: max_execution_time, max_input_time, max_input_vars, memory_limit, and upload_max_filesize. Especially if you are using a PHP application such as WordPress. WordPress is a popular CMS (Content […]

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How to Create a PHPinfo.php file to View PHP Settings

How to Create a PHPinfo.php file to View PHP Settings

What is a phpinfo.php file? The purpose of the phpinfo.php file is to output information about the PHP settings and the current state of PHP in your hosting account. It’s useful in troubleshooting and confirming PHP changes and settings. In some instances where you need to adjust your PHP settings for WordPress it can be […]

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How to Switch your PHP Version

How to Switch your PHP Version

PHP is a common scripting language used by many popular CMS (Content Management Systems) like WordPress. PHP code is executed on the server and can contain text, HTML, CSS, JavaScript. Like many other scripting languages, there are different releases or versions of PHP. Newer versions of PHP are faster and more secure than it’s earlier […]

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How to Clear the Server Cache or Nginx Cache

How to Clear the Server Cache or Nginx Cache

What is Server Cache? The server here uses a caching engine called Nginx. Nginx sets in between the client (your browser) and the webserver. It generates a cached copy of your web page for faster viewing and faster performance of your website. When a browser makes the request to the server for your webpage, Nginx […]

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How to Make a Backup of Your Database in cPanel

How to Make a Backup of Your Database in cPanel

Making a Backup your Website Files on a regular basis is a good practice to have. It’s the reason we have Developed our Good Backup Practices Page. Moreover, if you are using a PHP Web Based Application like WordPress there are times that you may need make an individual backup of your Database(s) as well. […]

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How to Use WordPress with a Temporary URL or IP Address

How to Use WordPress with a Temporary URL or IP Address

In this article we will discuss How to use WordPress with a Temporary URL or IP address. There are a few reasons why you might want to do this:   What is my Temporary URL or IP address?   You plan on transferring your Website to/from another Host with zero down time Your DNS does not […]

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Shared Hosting Specifications and Features

Shared Hosting Specifications and Features

Transparent, Feature Rich Hosing made simple! This article contains a simplified overview of our Shared Hosting Server Specifications and Features within your Business Hosting Account. View the table Below for details on the Technical Specs of our Shared Hosting Servers. → Looking for our Scope of Support? Click Here! Shared Hosting Specifications and Features Our […]

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How to Redirect all Visitors Except One IP to Another Website

How to Redirect all Visitors Except One IP to Another Website

Sometimes you may need to redirect all web traffic to another website or another page within your site but you still want to be able to view your website. This is common when you are making changes that you are not ready for others to see just yet or when you are performing maintenance. In […]

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How to Show Hidden (dot) files in File Manager

How to Show Hidden (dot) files in File Manager

Sometimes you may need to make changes to files such as ‘.htaccess‘ in File Manager in your cPanel account. If this is your first time accessing File Manager, you may notice that you cannot see these files! This is because dot files are hidden by default in File Manager. So, How do you View Hidden […]

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