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What are my Email Server Login Details?

by | General | 17th January, 2016

You can find your email server login details either in your welcome email or by going into your cPanel account login. However, as a quick reference, you should find that your details are similar to the following. However, please note the required replacements for your email account information. ‘Username‘: This...

Getting started with email

by | General | 27th December, 2015

If this is your first hosting account or you are new to cPanel, this article will help you get started with setting up an email account. It will be explained how you can check your emails using cPanel’s built-in web client, or setup your emails on your own email client...

Changing your WordPress Domain

by | Moving Wordpress | 22nd December, 2015

There may come a time when you need to change the URL of your WordPress website. In this article three different methods are explained how you can do this, depending on your circumstances. Please note that all three methods are not required – following one method will make the URL...

Setting up Email to work with Google Apps

by | External Email & MX | 15th December, 2015

You can set up your email account to work with Google Apps by using a simple wizard that is available on your cPanel account. However, it is important to understand that thereafter your mail service will be hosted by Google Apps and will not be available from your account server....

Setting up DNS MX Records for Google Apps

by | DNS, Redirects & External Services | 14th December, 2015

Setting up DNS MX records for a Google Apps account is possible via cPanel so you can easily access and manage your emails. The first step is to log into your cPanel account. If you are unsure on how to do this, please view the following help article – ‘How...

Updating WordPress

by | Getting Started | 11th December, 2015

Despite being completely free to use, WordPress is under continual development by its parent company Automattic. This means that in order to keep your WordPress website up-to-date, you should always follow the update procedures. Updates tend to either provide general improvements or essential security patches, so it is worth investing...

Introduction into Plugins and Widgets

by | Getting Started | 18th November, 2015

Two components of WordPress are plugins and widgets. However, what do these mean? In this article we’ll explore what these options are and how they effect the WordPress website. Plugins The typical use for WordPress is for writing blog posts or serving as use for a small site, being a...

Using the File Manager

by | Getting Started | 8th November, 2015

Your account access includes the ability to easily access, view, edit or delete any files that exist on your account. This is effortlessly done through the cPanel control panel file management section. Accessing the File Manager The first step is to log into your cPanel account. If you are unsure...

Changing between local and remote email

by | External Email & MX | 22nd October, 2015

Changing between local and remote email may happen if you have either opted to choose an external ‘remote’ service like Google Mail to receive your email, or you are stepping back from an external email service and wish to now receive your emails directly to your ‘local’ server. The following...

Finding out which database WordPress is using

by | Troubleshooting | 18th October, 2015

If you’re unsure on what database your WordPress website is using, you can ascertain this information by viewing one of the main WordPress configuration files. Browse the wp-config.php File In your WordPress files on your server, there is a file named wp-config.php where you can review your WordPress database connection...