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Shared: With cPanel, you now have access to make some of these changes. Note: This effect will only work once you are using HostGator's name servers (or private name servers which point to HostGator IP's). * In cPanel, you have an icon under "Domai...
PHP has been configured to use the following settings on our shared and reseller servers: safe mode = Off (cannot adjust) memory_limit = 256M (MAXIMUM) max_execution_time = 30 (MAXIMUM) max_input_time = 60 (MAXIMUM) post_max_size = 64M (MAXIMUM) upload_...
All file names that begin with (dot) such as (.htaccess) are treated as hidden files. To make them accessible, you need to follow 4 easy steps and it won't even take a minute. Here's what you need to do: * Login to your cPanel. * Under FILES section, ...
You can view your website statistics such as total number of visitors, unique visits, most viewed page and more from within your cPanel in 3 easy steps. Here's how you check it: * Login to your cPanel. * Scroll down to the LOGS section. * Click on '...
Configuration Settings: Host = localhost (literally put localhost) Database name = (cpanelUsername_databaseName) Database username = (cpanelUsername_databaseUsername) Database password = (******) NOTE: When you move databases to our servers, the datab...
Its very easy to manage DNS records using cPanel on your Linux Hosting package. But before getting there, make sure that your domain is pointing to your hosting package name servers. If you still haven't done this, click here to get it done. Once you've g...
Changing your Wordpress Admin Password from your Wordpress Dashboard is easy, but if you don't have access to the Admin email address and have forgotten the password, then it could be frustrating. But don't worry, we'll help you get access to your account...
Restoring a database for your website using your cPanel is super easy. Here's how you do it: * Login to your cPanel. * Scroll down to the Databases section * Click on "phpMyAdmin" * Click the "+" sign next to your FTP username. * You'll now see ...
Restoring your website using cPanel is quite simple. But before we proceed, a few prerequisites that you need to take care of: * If you were using cPanel previously and have downloaded the backup from the Backup option, make sure to extract the backup f...
Permissions can be super important when it comes to hosting your website. You can set read, write and execute permissions to your website files. Based on your application requirement, you need to understand as to which of your files need which of these pe...
Upgrading the PHP version of your hosting plan is quick and easy. Before you start, you may want to quickly check the current version first. If you need to upgrade, here's how you go about it: * Login to your cPanel. * Scroll down to Software and ...
Uploading files to cPanel is easy and doesn't take much time. Here's how you can do it : * Login to your cPanel [https://support.bigrock.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/603/9/accessing-your-shared-hosting-control-panel]. * Scroll to Files s...