- The certificate has a validity of 90 days only at a time and it may be even less in future.
- No easy installation wizard is available for it.
- Let’s Encrypt needs a certificate m...
- Go to yourdomain.com/cpanel
- Log in with the username and password. Hosting companies usually send an email with this info when you first sign up with them.
- Click on the "MySQL Databases" icon
- Create a new database:
- Scroll down and create a new database user. Use the password generator for a good secure password. Save this p...
Posted in Whm/Cpanel on Jul 27, 2018
Login to cPanel for the Domain you want to add database Under the Databases submenu click "MySql Databases" under Create New Database
Click "**Create Database"** Click **"Go Back"** **Create user**:-
Under Add New User
**Username:** **Password:** **Password(again)** **Click "Create User"** **Click "Go Back"**
Add User to database:-
Under Add User to Database
User: Database: Click "**Add**" Choose **Privileges** Click "**Make Changes**"
Posted in Magento Hosting, Whm/Cpanel on Jul 23, 2018
To easily install Magento 2, you can use the Softaculous auto-installer available from your cPanel. It will automate the steps needed for the installation into one configuration page and 30 seconds of waiting for the install.
STEP 1 Locate Softaculous in cPanel
To access your Softaculous auto-installer simply login in your cPanel navigate to the Software/Services section and click on the Softaculous Apps Installer icon.
Now you will need to use the Search bar to look for Magento and click on it.
STEP 2 Configure the Installation
Here you will see different tabs containing overview of the fe...[Read more...]
Posted in WordPress Hosting on Jul 10, 2018
I’ve heard many website owners complain about the security of WordPress. The main question is whether or not you’re able to completely secure your WordPress website. Are you going to find that it’s easy for someone to hack your site?
The thought is that an open source script is vulnerable to all sorts of attacks.
Luckily, this is mostly untrue. In fact, sometimes it’s the other way around. Okay, let’s say that it’s partially true. But even then the blame shouldn’t fall on WordPress.
Why? Because it’s usually the user’s fault that their site got hacked. There are some responsibilities that you ...[Read more...]
Posted in Linux Servers on Jun 23, 2018
Login to mysql
mysql -u <username> -p
Creating a database
create database database_name;
put database name at the place of database_name.
Creating a user
create user 'username'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'passwordhere';
Grant privileges to user on database
grant all privileges ON database_name .* TO 'username'@'localhost';
TO grant on all databases need to issue below query
grant all privileges ON *.* TO 'username'@'localhost';
The asterisks(*) in above query is representing all database(first asterisks) and all tables of that databases(second asterisks).
Grant privileges with remote access
Posted in Whm/Cpanel on Jun 18, 2018
There is 2 easy steps to change root password for WHM
Once you’ve logged into WHM with the current root password, select Change Root Password from the list on the left, under Server Configuration. (Home >> Server Configurations >> Change Root Password)
Once you’ve selected a new root password (you can use any combination of upper- and lower-case letters, numbers and special characters to increase the password strength), enter the new password twice, then click the Change Password button.
That’s all there is to it; you now can close out of WHM and log back in with the new password.[Read more...]
Posted in Windows Servers on Jun 13, 2018
Let’s Encrypt is a free to use tool that allows creation, management and auto renewal of SSL certificates for web applications, services or any other apps where secure data transportation is needed.
However, there are few things that should be kept in mind when you are considering using Let’s Encrypt certificates as compared to any other traditional SSL Certificate through a Certificate Authority (CA) like GlobalSign.
Posted in Whm/Cpanel on Jun 13, 2018
Kindly follow the steps to add package/create new hosting account/create email ID.
1. Login in WHM
2. In left side there is search option please type package
3. Click on add package and add package according your requirement
4. again in search options please type create
5. click on create new account and. fill the domain information and select package for the domain
6. please save information of newly created account (username & password)
7. For the cpanel access please use following URL
8. After login in newly created account in search option type email account an...[Read more...]
Posted in Whm/Cpanel on Jun 07, 2018
There is no max file size limit that can be sent and received, however, cPanel defaults the limit to 50mb. You can change this in cPanel.
To change this do the following
Login to cPanel as admin Under Service Configuration, Click "exim Configuration Manager" Click "Advanced Editor" Scroll down and Click "Add additional Configuration Setting" find "message_size_limit" in pull-down list and choose Enter limit that you want to change to Scroll to bottom and click "save"
Also, be aware that some ISP's may block messages over 10-15mb[Read more...]
Posted in Amazon Cloud Services on Jun 05, 2018
If you lose the private key for an EBS-backed instance, you can regain access to your instance. You must stop the instance, detach its root volume and attach it to another instance as a data volume, modify the authorized_keys file, move the volume back to the original instance, and restart the instance. For more information about launching, connecting to, and stopping instances, see Instance Lifecycle.
This procedure isn't supported for instance store-backed instances. To determine the root device type of your instance, open the Amazon EC2 console, choose Instances, select the instance, and c...[Read more...]
Posted in Joomla Hosting, Whm/Cpanel on May 30, 2018
One of our students was having trouble installing Joomla in cPanel, so we created this tutorial for him.
This tutorial will cover setting up the database, the files, and the configuration of the Joomla install.
Step #1. Log into cPanel
Step #2. Set up the database