Category: cPanel

How to Configure URL Redirection in cPanel

In this article, we will show you how to setup redirection for your domain in cPanel. Redirection allows the web server to redirect visitors from one web page to another web page. Its mainly useful on redirecting visitors from an old web page to a new, updated web page and to create shorter URLs that

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How to Disable Directory Listing Using .htaccess

In this article, we’ll describe how to disable directory listing using .htaccess file. Directory listing allows all your website visitors to get a complete listing of all the important files and folders in your site simply by typing “http://example.com/yourdir” in the browser. This is very dangerous as it gives outsiders access to the core files

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How to Create Custom Error Pages in cPanel

This tutorial will explain how to create a custom error page for your website in cPanel. Your website visitors can see an error page whenever an error has occurred while browsing your site. Apart from the general error pages, with custom error pages you can change the predefined error pages and add a custom message

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What is Railgun and How to Enable Railgun For Your Account

In this article, we will discuss Railgun, Cloudflare’s most advanced caching mechanism for dynamic contents that increase website performance. Before we go ahead, click here to know more about Cloudflare and the benefits it can bring to your website. What is Railgun? Nearly, 70% of a website page contains cacheable or static content like baseline

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Manage and Change File Permissions with cPanel File Manager

In this article, you will learn how to manage and change file permissions in cPanel using the cPanel File Manager. When files and directories are created in cPanel’s File Manager, the default permission are assigned. The default permissions for directories and files in cPanel are 755 and 644, respectively. Most users would never need to

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How to force www or non-www versions of your website using .htaccess rules

To force your website to use either “www” or “non-www” versions, simply use the code below in your .htaccess file in the public_html root OR the location of your websites main files. You may need to create the .htaccess file (AKA dot htaccess) To force www: RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^yourdomain.com [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.yourdomain.com/$1

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