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cPanel R1Soft CDP (now called Idera CDP) backup restoration

Posted on 19/07/2014 by

There is a built-in option within cPanel which allows you to create and restore backups of your home directory and databases. But, it gets complicated if you don’t want to restore whole home directory, but rather only one or several files. It is doable, but it takes some time. You would need to download backup… Read More

How to create FTP Accounts in cPanel

Posted on 14/07/2014 by

In this tutorial I will show you how to add an FTP account for your site. First thing you need to do is log into your cPanel, after that click on “FTP Accounts” icon, like shown on the picture below: You will be redirected to the following page: Now in login bar type desired username… Read More

cPanel Password Change

Posted on 11/07/2014 by

This tutorial will teach you how you can easily change your cPanel/FTP password from your cPanel account First you need to log in your cPanel account Then you need to click on “Change Password” icon You will then be able to change your password by filling in the required fields. Please note that you must… Read More

How to select my own PHP version in cPanel

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No matter if you are webmaster or PHP developer there is a time when you need to select your own PHP version in order to use the most of your scripts and hosting. No matter if there is a need for some newer additional PHP functions or if there is a script that requires lower… Read More

How to create email accounts in cPanel

Posted on 09/07/2014 by

By cPanel default options You will not have any email account set up with Your new cPanel account, except “Default Email Account”. Default email account is used to receive all emails sent to nonexistent email accounts for Your domain. This guide will teach You how to create email accounts in cPanel. Step 1: First thing You… Read More

cPanel login

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This short guide will teach You how to log in Your cPanel account. There are couple of ways of doing this. First Option: In Your browser bar enter the following URL: yourdomainname.com/cpanel Second Option: Same as first except instead of “yourdomainname.com/cpanel” You will enter : “yourdomainname.com:2082” Third Option: Once again, in Your browser bar You… Read More

Working with File Manager in cPanel

Posted on 08/07/2014 by

Accessing File Manager in cPanel You can access file manager by clicking on “File Manager” icon, which is located inside “Files” box. Or you can simply type “file manager” in “Find” field. Then you will need to choose which directory you wish to open. On our next picture you can see how File Manager appears…. Read More

Setting up cron jobs in cPanel

Posted on 07/07/2014 by

Cron job is a tool which allows you to schedule a certain command or script to be run at a specified time intervals. It comes in very handy if there is something you need done every hour, day, week, etc. This tutorial will teach how to properly set your cron jobs and have them up… Read More

How to create database and user for MySQL and give user permissions in cPanel

Posted on 05/07/2014 by

Now days almost all websites use MySQL to store information and most of the scripts have auto install options. Anyway, auto install option can’t create database and user for your database and that is something that you need to do yourself. In this simple tutorial we will show you how to create database and user,… Read More

How To Add Extra Domains To cPanel Account

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Sometimes you have hosting account and you want to add new domains (websites) to your current hosting account. Creating new addon domain or adding website to your existing hosting account is fairly simple with cPanel. You can do it in 5 easy steps! Let me show you how. #1 Login to your CPanel hosting account…. Read More


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