How to Create a New Admin Account in WordPress via MySQL

The following guidelines undertake that your WordPress database table prefix is set to “wp_”. If you work with something different table prefix, then change your code accordingly. For example, if you are using “wpsqltable_” in spite of “wp_”, after this the code “INSERT INTO `wp_users`” would change to “INSERT INTO ` wpsqltable_users`”. Step 1: Log […]

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How to install osCommerce on Plesk

1) Kindly sign in to the Plesk control Panel. 2) After you log in the control Panel click “Applications” tab. 3) Now from the Application, one can install numerous popular applications including WordPress, Drupal and Joomla. 4) After this click over “All Available Applications” on that is on the left side. 5) In the search […]

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How to Access your Spam Expert User Console EUKHOST

Step 1: Log in to http://roundhay.cloudfilter.eu using the log in details send to the registered email address.Step 2: Once you logged in, you will get the dashboard with basic options. Step 3: To add a domain, click “Add Domain” under the Domains section. Step 4: Once you click on Add Domain you will get the […]

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How to easily Configure Your SFTP Client

Most of the users prefer to use SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) because File Transfer Protocol (FTP) cannot assure security. SFTP renders file transfer; access and management tools that are similar to FTP via secure SSH connection. Still, SFTP is a separate protocol. Setting Description Possible values Example Hostname   Hostname of the server   […]

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Steps to Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) On CentOS 7

The most important and required open source software to build a dynamic web development application called LAMP Stack which is just an acronym for the software which includes – Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP and today we will see how to install LAMP on CentOS that your web application needs. The LAMP Components includes, Operating […]

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How to rebuild user data files from a valid httpd.conf file

In some situation your server’s userdata files (/var/cpanel/userdata/ directory comprises for each account) may get corrupted or can be entirely missing. Steps to rebuild userdata files with a valid httpd.conf file 1. The corrupt userdata directory must be moved to a new location. You can do this by using the mv command to move the […]

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How and when to use HTTP 301 redirects

When your browser client connects to a website over the Internet, it sends an HTTP request to that website for the information it is looking for. The website then responds with an HTTP status code to inform the client how it will deal with its request. The most common status code is 200, which means […]

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How to Reboot Dedicated Server Through WHM?

Sometimes you may need to restart your server for installation or configuration purpose. If it is really not necessary, we recommend you to not restart your server frequently as it may cause more harm than the good. But in some crucial situations, you can reboot your dedicated or VPS server by following easy steps in […]

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How to Generate and Add Quick Response Codes in WordPress

QR code which is an acronym for Quick Response code, it’s the symbol for a type of matrix barcode which is two dimensional. Basically, a barcode which is an optical label that is machine readable and contains information. A QR code is displayed as an image with a white background, black square dots and grid […]

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How to create 404 not found custom error pages in cPanel

When a visitor received a default error page while searching for something which is not on available on the website the visitor gets 404 – Not found, or 500 -Internal server error. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a custom error page in cPanel. Step 1: Login to your cPanel using […]

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