Tag: ecommerce

How To Clone A Website In cPanel®

A cloned website is a perfect duplicate of a site hosted on your server. It has the same files, and the contents of its database are identical to the original. The only difference is that

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How To Use A Remote MySQL® Database With cPanel

Typically the MySQL database server is actually a core component connected with millions of content control systems and ecommerce software. It provides the safe and sound and reliable data storage area and retrieval that helps

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The Evolution of WordPress® Management with cPanel

cPanel & WHM® has introduced a radical new way to deal with WordPress sites. The Wp Toolkit (WPTK) empowers world-wide-web hosting providers and online site owners to install, protected, and configure multiple webpages in a

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How To Install and Configure ModSecurity™ In cPanel

Automated confrontation bots bombard web programs with malicious requests as soon they go on-line. Attackers target every site and ecommerce store at some point, hoping to find some vulnerability they can exploit to inject code,

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Memcached PHP Applications for Faster Web Apps

Caching is some sort of indispensable feature of most affordable application hosting and swift, low-latency user experiences. In-memory caching is one connected with the most widely put to use techniques, and Memcached’s in-memory caching capabilities

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How to Use PHP-FPM with cPanel

PHP performance is an enduring issue for web hosts. PHP is the most widely used server programming language on the web by a big margin. The most popular content management systems and ecommerce applications are

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How to Configure and Manage Let’s Encrypt in cPanel

It’s super easy to install and manage SSL certificates in cPanel & WHM. Certificate requests and installations happen automatically with  AutoSSL and an  integration such as the cPanel Let’s Encrypt™ plugin. SSL automation saves web

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Malware Scanners for cPanel: Keeping Your Server Safe

The web is awash with malware, and, as anyone who administers websites knows, web servers are a prime target. Malware criminals absolutely love web hosting servers because they have exploitable network resources, they attract lots

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