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WordPress toolkit shares the best feature called Staging and Cloning, which enables the dedicated site to test new features for the WordPress site; after evaluating the changes, you can deploy the same on the production site. Learn, how to clone your WordPress for staging using cPanel’s WordPress Toolkit? 1. Log in to cPanel using Username & Password. i.e; (https://yourdomain.com:2083 or […]

WordPress is the #1 content management system being used worldwide due to its versatility and multipurpose nature. Changing the WordPress password using the traditional method might be a very long process. So, in this article, we will demonstrate how to change WordPress password using cPanel’s WordPress toolkit? 1. Log in to cPanel using Username & Password. i.e; (https://yourdomain.com:2083 or https://yourdomain.com/cpanel) […]

cPanel recently introduced the WordPress Toolkit to make the end-users tasks more hustle-free. One of the regularly used features is installing plugins. Learn how to install the WordPress plugin cPanel’s WordPress toolkit? 1. Log in to cPanel using Username & Password. i.e; (https://yourdomain.com:2083 or https://yourdomain.com/cpanel) 2. Navigate to Domains → WordPress Toolkit. 3. You can navigate to the required WordPress site […]

CloudLinux is one of the best solutions for securing a shared hosting environment by isolating the file system and keeping the user’s process under the cage. Let’s learn how to set up CloudLinux and configure the CloudLinux properly on the Linux server. Compatibility CloudLinux Shared OS supports most operating systems supported by RHCEL/CentOS except the […]

How to modify the .htaccess file?

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The .htacceess files provide the way to perform the configuration on a per-directory basis. In this article, we will cover how to modify the .htaccess files on cPanel, DirectAdmin, and using SSH. Let’s get started! Using cPanel 1. Log in to cPanel using Username & Password. i.e; (https://yourdomain.com:2083 or https://yourdomain.com/cpanel) 2. Navigate and open Files → File Manager. 3.  Navigate to public_html. […]

How to change the root password using WHM?

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cPanel/WHM has all the features so that new users can get used to it within a few days. Resetting the root password is a general practice for security reasons. Let us understand the step-by-step procedure of resetting the root password through WHM GUI. 1. First, login into the WHM panel, https://your-domain.com:2087 or https://IP-address: 2087 or https://server-hostname: 2087. 2. Navigate to Server Configuration → Change […]

Like MultiPHP INI Editor in cPanel, DirectAdmin introduced PHP Settings. Using the same option, you can manage various settings of PHP, such as managing memory limit, error reporting, etc. Learn how to adjust PHP settings in DirectAdmin? 1. First, to login into DirectAdmin control panel visit,  https://your-domain.com:2222 or https://IP-address:2222 or https://server-hostname:2222. 2. Navigate to Account Manager → PHP Settings. 3. In the […]

How to setup backups for WHM?

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Backups are necessary for your business with valuable data. Everything is dependent on the data in the online world, and you should consider configuring secure backups for your server. If you have a cPanel/WHM server, then this article guides you through how to set up backups for WHM? First, login into the WHM panel, https://your-domain.com:2087 or https://IP-address: 2087 or https://server-hostname: 2087. […]

How to reset the MySQL root password?

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DBAs (Database Administrators) need to have root-level access to MySQL; sometimes, you might need to change the MySQL password for security or other reasons. In this article, you will learn how to reset the MySQL root password? Using WHM Panel 1. First, login into WHM panel, https://your-domain.com:2087 or https://IP-address: 2087 or https://server-hostname: 2087. 2. Navigate to SQL Services → MySQL Root Password. […]