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How to Password Protect posts and pages in WordPress

by | Getting Started | 19th April, 2020

It can sometimes be useful to hide the content of a WordPress page, or post from general visitors, but still allow it to be accessible to those you want to provide access to. WordPress allows you to quickly set this up using the Password Protect visibility option. You can set...

How to manage page redirects in WordPress

by | Moving Wordpress | 19th April, 2020

If you’ve recently edited your WordPress site and made changes such as: adjusting your WordPress permalinks, changing page / post urls, or deleting old pages – it’s always a good idea to ensure website traffic / visitors are correctly redirected from any old or no longer available content, to the...

How to add a coming soon or maintenance page to WordPress

by | Getting Started | 19th April, 2020

A coming soon, or maintenance page can be essential to help let your customers know if your website is currently unavailable. You may want to set up a coming soon page if you’re developing a brand new WordPress website on a live domain, or a maintenance page for when you...

How to start Node.js development on HostPresto!

by | Tutorials | 19th April, 2020

In this tutorial we will create a brand new Node.js application on HostPresto! Let’s start by setting up our HostPresto! Environment. Creating a subdomain: Suppose you have a domain registered with HostPresto! – yourname.xyz. For this tutorial, we will create a subdomain: node.youname.xyz We think this is the most natural...

How to start a Django application from scratch on HostPresto!

by | Tutorials | 19th April, 2020

In this tutorial we will create a brand new Django application on HostPresto! Let’s start by setting up our environment: Getting Started with Django on HostPresto Django is a non-profit, open source web framework based on the Python programming language maintained by Django Software Foundation, you can read more about...

How to change your login url in WordPress

by | Moving Wordpress | 18th April, 2020

To help further secure your WordPress installation, it is advisable to change your WordPress login URLs from the default “yourdomain.com/wp-admin” or  “yourdomain.com/wp-login.php”, to a unique url of your choosing. This will help to cut down on automated bot login attempts as well as brute force attacks against your WordPress login...

How to block an IP address or domain from accessing your website via cPanel

by | Advanced Topics | 18th April, 2020

If you’ve found a malicious IP address trying to access your website, or just want to block a specific IP address, IP range, or even a domain name from accessing your website, this can be easily be blocked via the IP Blocker feature within your cPanel hosting. Continue reading our...

How to suspend an email account from sending or receiving in cPanel

by | Advanced Topics | 18th April, 2020

If you suspect an email address on your cPanel is sending out spam, or may be compromised, cPanel enables you to quickly and easily suspend parts of the email address – such as outbound mail whilst you resolve the issue. In this guide we will show you how to restrict...

How to enable Two-Factor Authentication in cPanel

by | Advanced Topics | 18th April, 2020

If you are looking to further secure your cPanel hosting, Two-Factor Authentication can be enabled within cPanel. This means that when logging in to cPanel, once you have entered your username and password you will be prompted to enter a secondary authentication code – which will be generated from an...

How to access the terminal in cPanel

by | Advanced Topics | 18th April, 2020

cPanel now has a built in Terminal feature, which allows you to connect to your hosting account shell, as if you were using an SSH client (such a Putty). Acessing Terminal: Firstly, log into your cPanel account. If you are unsure on how to do this, please view the following...