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How do I enable Awstats in WHM/Cpanel and enable logs manually
One of my client requested to use awstats rather than webalizer ( the default log stats viewer) on his server. Awstats has freely available and can install this perl scripts on any dedicated/vps servers.
Here is the steps to go,
1. First thing you need to login […]
Add Email through GoDaddy email hosting
If you already had email for your domain through GoDaddy before mapping your domain at WordPress.com, you can connect that email hosting back to your account here by following the steps below.
To begin, go to Domains and click on the relevant domain.
Select Edit Name Servers & DNS.
Click DNS Records
Note that GoDaddy users in Europe […]
Once a domain name expires, it goes through many stages before being released to the open market. GoDaddy sends five renewal emails to the GoDaddy account owner prior to the expiration date. Below is a timeline based on .com domain names.
These timelines do not apply to ccTLD domain names.
Days after expiration
We make the first […]
The Best WordPress Hosting Providers in the World
Finding the best WordPress hosting (and shared WordPress hosting usually) has traditionally been the first port of call for those new to self-hosted WordPress. The combination of server administration, low monthly fees, and tempting add-ons (such as free domains) make it an attractive option for new webmasters.
In this article, you’ll find guides for creating and restoring backups in cPanel
The Backup menu in the Files section can be used to generate / restore backups of the following:
A complete cPanel account
A MySQL database
How to create a complete cPanel backup
The full cPanel backup includes all account files, databases, e-mail accounts, and settings.
What is the Difference between Linux and Windows Hosting?
Linux and Windows are two different types of operating systems. Linux is the most popular operating system for network servers. Because Linux-based hosting is more popular, it has more features web designers expect. So unless you have a specific Windows application which your website needs, Linux is […]
The term “name server” refers specifically to the server that hosts the DNS zone file. When the end user to access a domain name, DNS lookup first checks the domain, which indicates the name of the server checks for a specific DNS record for the domain server. All DNS zones HostGator host server, and can […]
Changing your cPanel style does not affect the function of cPanel. It only affects the appearance and organization of cPanel cPanel feelings and (some styles) icon. However, please note that some additional specific functions HostGator in other styles.
To select a different cPanel Style:
Login to cPanel.
In the Preferences section, click Change Styles.
Direct Select the radio button […]
When you first try Joomla! It is often recommended that you install it on your local system. (For example, “localhost”), for example using XAMPP, and get your site running locally. Eventually, you may want to copy this site to a remote host. Fortunately, it is very easy to do.
This article assumes that you have installed […]
500 Internal Server Error is not always due to WordPress. It can be other issues on the server, as well as caused. This article discusses the common causes associated with WordPress 500 internal server error.
Create a new .htaccess file
In the File section, click the File Manager icon.
Check whether the document root for the box […]
show hidden .htaccess file cpanel Do this thing:
In the cPanel File section, click the File Manager icon. A new window will pop up. If you do not see a pop-up box, try to click the icon instead of the old file manager.
Select Show hidden files (dot files) box.
By default, when you use File Manager […]
Cpanel Account Information is located in the main part of page.There cPanel down the left section, you can find important information about your hosting account.
Details are as follows:
Hosting Plans – displays the name of your hosting account package.
IP address – is displayed in the main IP address of your hosting server account. If you have a […]