cPanel

How to Check Disk Space Usage from cPanel

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cPanel Disk space usage

This article will help you learn how to check the usage of cPanel disk space. The cPanel Disk Usage Viewer offers an overview of your account’s disc space. It shows the total disc usage of all directories and databases of your account instead of the individual files or databases of your account. Use the file […]

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Where can you find cPanel and WHM themes?

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cPanel and WHM Themes

You will learn how to alter themes on cPanel and WHM in this article. We’ll start with a cPanel tutorial. 1.Log into cPanel account. 2.Search for the “Preferences”.  3.Click on the “Change Style button”. 4.Now “Select theme” whichever you want. Now it’s time to discuss about How to find WHM themes”. 1.Log into “WHM” 2.Look […]

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How to Backup to a Remote Destination

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Remote Destinations

The topic of storing backups on a remote server is covered in this article. If anything happens to the computer, this would help prevent backups from being lost. What is a Remote Destination? A Remote Destination is a secure, off-site location where you can keep backup files for your website. A Remote Destination is usually […]

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How to upload SSL to cPanel?

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How to upload SSL to cPanel

You will learn what SSL is and how to upload SSL to cPanel in this article. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is an Internet security protocol that uses encryption. Netscape introduced it in 1995 as a way to ensure anonymity, authentication, and data integrity in Internet communications. SSL is the forerunner of today’s TLS encryption standard. […]

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How to Defragment PHP Session Files

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How to Defragment PHP Session Files

What is PHP? PHP is a popular open-source script language that can be incorporated into HTML and is ideal for Web development. PHP is a server-side scripting language for creating dynamic and interactive Web pages. Description: In certain cases, if a PHP web application is not configured properly, it will begin to accumulate unwanted PHP […]

Apache Web server

Where is Apache’s Default Document Root Directory?

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how to find Apache's Default root directory

The default document root directory of Apache is discussed in this article.If you’re searching for it, type the following command to locate Apache’s default docroot: grep -i dir_docroot /etc/cpanel/ea4/paths.confdir_docroot=/var/www/html You can find these files inside the directory: .├── 400.shtml├── 401.shtml├── 403.shtml├── 404.shtml├── 413.shtml├── 500.shtml├── cp_errordocument.shtml└── index.html Don’t forget that this directory contains the default document […]