How to change MySQL database user’s password from cPanel

The process of changing MySQL database user password from cPanel is described in this article. Let’s follow the steps to change the MySQL database user password from cPanel: 1. Enter in your cPanel account. 2. You will enter into the cPanel homepage. Select the “Database” section and click on the “MySQL Databases” icon from it. …

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How to Install the latest PHP version in WHM

PHP upgradation can be easily done from directly within WHM’s EasyApache 4 interface. Youcan install and update PHP, Apache, and several other components of the Webserver usingthis interface. This article maps out steps to install new versions of PHP via WHM’sEasyApache interface. Let’s see the procedure: 1. Log into WHM. 2. After logging in, navigate …

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How to Set Up Auto-updates for WordPress Plugins

This tutorial will explain how to set auto-updates for the plugins you use on your WordPress Website. Why do I need auto-updates? When developers release updated versions of plugins, it’s often because vulnerabilities have been discovered in older versions. The quicker you update, the sooner that vulnerability is removed. Not updating quickly leaves your site …

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How to Create a New .htaccess file to Fix WordPress 500 Internal Server Errors

A 500 internal server error is an error that stops your website from functioning properly. This is caused by a problem that prevents your server from carrying out a request. Although there are a number of potential causes of 500 internal server errors, one of the most common is a corrupted .htaccess file. This tutorial …

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