How to Access File Manager in cPanel

cPanel File Manager is a tool that enables you to manage your files directly within cPanel without having to use FTP.  It enables you to create, upload, modify or remove files. Accessing File Manager 1. Log in to your cPanel account. 2. Scroll to the Files section and click on File Manager. 3. This will open the File […]

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How to Install WordPress Using cPanel

Using cPanel makes it far simpler to install WordPress. To do so, follow these instructions. 1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. Scroll to the Softaculous App Installer. 3. Click on the WordPress icon. 4. When the WordPress page opens, click on the Install Now icon. The page which opens provides you with two options […]

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How to Set Up an Email Autoresponder in cPanel

Autoresponders enable you to send automated emails which can be useful if you are away from the office or need to send generic messages. To set up an autoresponder, follow these instructions. 1. Log in to your cPanel account. 2. Scroll to the email section and click on the Autoresponders icon 3. On the Autoresponders […]

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How to Set Up Email Forwarding in cPanel

Email forwarding enables you to forward emails from one account to another. It’s helpful if you have multiple email accounts but want all your emails to arrive in the same inbox. To set up email forwarding, follow these instructions. 1. Log in to your cPanel account. 2. Scroll to the email section and click on […]

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How to Make a Backup of Your Website Using cPanel

Making regular backups of your website is essential to protect you in case your files are lost. To create a backup, follow these simple instructions. 1.Log into your cPanel account 2. Scroll to the Files section 3. Click on the Backup icon  4. When the Backup page opens you will have the option to download […]

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How to Check Website Traffic Statistics Using cPanel

cPanel includes AWStats, a program that displays traffic statistics for your domains, including: • Average monthly, daily and hourly visitor numbers • The links through which visitors access your website • HTTP codes • Visitor operating systems • Browser information • Visitor location To access AWStats follow these instructions. 1. login to cPanel. 2. Scroll […]

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Reuter: cPanel Updates- EasyApache 3.24.18 Officially Released

cPanel, Inc. has released EasyApache 3.24.18 with PHP versions 5.5.12 and 5.4.28. This release addresses the PHP vulnerability CVE-2014-0185 with the fix to a bug in the FPM package. We encourage all users using our PHP hosting services to upgrade to PHP version 5.5.12 or PHP version 5.4.28. NOTE: Please consult your developers before requesting […]

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What is the CloudFlare Option that I see in cPanel?

The CloudFlare option that you see in the cPanel is basically a Free system which has the capabilities to boost and secure your website(s). It’s a content delivery network (CDN) cum domain name server (DNS) service designed to enhance the performance and speed of your website. Cloudflare acts as a mediator between the requests made […]

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