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  • How to enable SSH

    Secure Shell or SSH is a network protocol that allows data to be exchanged using a secure channel between two networked devices. The two major versions of the protocol are SSH-1 and SSH-2. Shell is...

  • How to check the PHP version and PHP configuration on server

    Step 1: Login to the cPanel and go to File Manager. Create a file named “info.php” under public_html. Step 2: Open the file and add the following code in a text editor. <?php     phpinfo(); ?> Ste...

  • File permissions

    Each file and folder located in your account has certain permissions assigned. They define who is authorized to write, read or execute this file. Once it is created in your cPanel, default permiss...

  • How to fix 403 Forbidden error

    There are few reasons for getting forbidden error. The top reasons for getting forbidden error are either permission issue or .htaccess error. Permissions: You may get 403 forbidden error due to b...

  • Access website using hosts file

    We can test the newly migrated website prior to updating the DNS and check whether it is loading as expected by editing the hosts file on our local machine. The 'hosts' file location varies as per ...

  • Increase file upload limit using wp-config.php file

    You can increase the file upload limit using wp-config.php file located at your websites root folder. Log in to your web hosting account and go to cPanel Click on FILES -> File Manager. Select “Do...

  • How to check website error logs in Plesk

    The error logs will help you in resolving issues such as blank pages when diagnosing issues with your website. Below are the steps to check website error logs. 1) Log into Plesk panel. Then click o...

  • How to Increase PHP upload limit in Plesk

    Please follow the below steps to increase PHP upload limits from default 2MB. The limit needs to be increased if you are uploading files (such as PDF's and images) larger than 2 Megabytes via a CMS...

  • cPanel Backend and Configuration files

    cPanel Backend Files: 1) Cpanel directory : /usr/local/cpanel2) Third Party tools : /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/3) Cpanel addons directory : /usr/local/cpanel/addons/4) Base files like Phpmyadmin, s...

  • Common Reasons for Website Hacking & How to Prevent Them

    Websites can get hacked and compromised in many ways. Below are some of the primary methods. 1. Using common passwords: Compromised account details are the crucial concern that may result in an eas...