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Password Protecting Folders

by | Advanced Topics | 22nd August, 2015

If you would like to restrict access to certain parts of your website, you can do so by password protecting the respective directories through your cPanel control panel section. The first step is to log into your cPanel account. If you are unsure on how to do this, please view...

Viewing your Web Stats

by | Advanced Topics | 22nd August, 2015

Web Stats for your website are important to determine everything about the visitors to your website. This information includes total number of visits, broken down by monthly, weekly or hourly, what countries your visitors are from, how your visitors found your website, bandwidth used and much much more. The first...

Changing PHP Settings

by | Advanced Topics | 22nd August, 2015

You can create a custom php.ini on your account by creating a file inside your public_html folder called php.ini. In this file you can place PHP configurations in php.ini format, such as: register_globals = on; display_errors = off; Once this is done, this php.ini will work for all files inside...

Testing With the Hosts File

by | Advanced Topics | 22nd August, 2015

You may want to view your domain before the DNS changes propagate or you are testing your domain before you point your domain name to us. You can achieve this by editing the hosts file on your computer. To edit your hosts file on either Windows 7 / Vista, Windows...

Creating a SSH Key to connect to your account

by | Advanced Topics | 2nd July, 2015

Your can create a SSH key to connect to your hosting account using the cPanel control panel. This key will serve a purpose of being an authorised remote connection to your account. This article explains how you can create a SSH key and then use this either on Windows 10...

How to create an Auto Responder in cPanel

by | Advanced Topics | 18th April, 2015

Sometimes it can be handy to set up an Autoresponder on your email, if you’re going on holiday or are out of office without access to email for a while. cPanel has a built in feature to help you easily set this up, which we will take you through in...