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In the event that you receive an error message stating "Error: The WebSocket handshake failed" when trying to use the Terminal feature in cPanel, in our experience this can happen in the event that...

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We certainly can! Alternatively, you can do this yourself via cPanel --> SSL/TLSIf you do not have an SSL certificate and would like to purchase one, we sell Comodo PositiveSSL certificates for...

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Yes! Jailed SSH access is available for all plans, at no extra cost.

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We do! All Web Hosting accounts come with an easy-to-use website builder, allowing you to build and deploy a great looking website in just minutes - you don't need any coding expertise, either!More...

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We certainly do! Our servers come equipped with the industry leading Softaculous script installer, which has hundreds of script/software packages, many of which are free, and can be installed with...

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Below is a full list of all the options that will be available within your cPanel account: FILES File Manager Images Directory Privacy Disk Usage Web Disk FTP Accounts FTP Connections...

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We offer PHP 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0, 7.1, 7.2 & 7.3, which can be adjusted in cPanel.Checking a PHP version Login to cPanel with you normal username and password Click on...

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Let's say you have the domain ethernetservers.com and wish to have it automatically redirect to https://www.ethernetservers.com (note the https:// and www.) when visitors go to ethernetservers.com,...

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There are three separate login areas, consisting of cPanel, WHM, and Webmail. cPanelThis is the end-user control panel for managing FTP, Email, Databases, Files and so on.  How do I log in?Any of...

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If you've forgotten or lost your cPanel password, you may follow the below steps to reset it:1) Visit Services in the customer portal2) Click on the hosting plan that you would like to change the...

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Firstly, you need to make sure you have an FTP client installed. We recommend using FileZilla, which is free and open source. To download FileZilla, please click here and select a version that...

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Creating a cron job is easily done via your cPanel control panel area. Once logged in to cPanel, scroll down to Cron Jobs which can be found under the Advanced tab. You can then configure cron jobs...

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You can create MySQL Databases via your cPanel account. There is an excellent guide on the cPanel website about this, which can be found here

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If (for example), you're using third-party DNS/name servers (i.e. Cloudflare, ClouDNS, etc), you'll want to enter your account IP address in their control panel in order to "point" your domain to...

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These are some of the things we recommend you do to help secure your website.   1) Keep software/scripts up to date. You need to regularly monitor the web sites of the developers of any scripts...

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You may sometimes receive messages in your browser that include, but are not limited to: "Your connection is not private" (Chrome) "Your connection to this site is not secure" (Firefox) "This...

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If your website is being slow, we suggest doing the following: – Try to access your domain in another web browser. For example, if you’re using Internet Explorer, try using Google Chrome, and...

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Errors can appear on websites for a number of reasons. Usually, these issues are quick to diagnose and fix, but sometimes further investigation may be required. Below are the most common error...

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To provide a stable and high-performance hosting environment, each Shared Web Hosting account has the following resource limits:CPU: 75% of one CPU CoreMemory: 3 GBI/O: 30 MB/sEntry Processes:...

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The name servers vary depending on the server that your account is on. Please search your email for a message titled Your cPanel Hosting Login Information for the name servers.

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