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How to Disable PHP Functions in WHM 

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This tutorial will explain to you how to disable PHP functions in WHM. You can disable PHP functions for your using WHM. Some PHP functions on your servers can be used by hackers for malicious purposes, making them more vulnerable. Even though these functions are not intended to be dangerous, it is preferable to disable […]

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How To Use EasyApache 4 To Enable HTTP2 On WHM

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In this post, you’ll learn how to use WHM to access HTTP2 compatible EasyApache 4 profiles. HTTP2:- It is, in fact, a variant of the HTTP protocol! The TCP connection between a server and a web browser is a well-known process. HTTP2 reduces latency while also allowing for a greater number of queries by ensuring […]

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How to Change Site’s IP Address from WHM

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This article will show you how to change your id address using WHM. Follow the steps to change the IP address from WHM 1. Log in to your “WHM as root user” 2. Now, click on “Account Funtions” 3. Click the “Change IP address” Option 4. Select an account from the “list of domains and […]

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How To Create a cPanel Package In WHM?

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In this article, we will explain how to create a cPanel package in WHM You can purchase any package, such as VPS hosting, dedicated hosting, or reseller hosting, as a web hosting user. If you start your own web hosting company and want to establish a new cPanel package using WHM, it’s simple to do. […]

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Installation of an Apache module in WHM

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In this tutorial, we’ll explain how to install an Apache module in WHM: You can follow the steps which are given below to install an Apache module using WHM Procedure: To install an Apache module in WHM, you may follow these steps: Step 1: Log into WHM. Step 2: Navigate to EasyApache 4. Step 3: […]

How to Use cPanel/WHM to Configure Email Notifications

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How to Use cPanelWHM to Configure Email Notifications

This article will demonstrate How to Set Up Email Notifications Using cPanel/WHM. As a VPS user, there will be times when your server will experience major issues/changes such as Account Creation, Exceeding Memory Limits, and so on. You can configure email notifications for cPanel accounts via WHM to notify you of issues on your server. […]