Category: How-To Guide

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 Turn Off PHP Error Reporting

In this article, we’ll show you how to disable the PHP error reporting. PHP errors are generated by your websites and logged in error_log files in the directory where your PHP files are located. If you do not need the error_log file you can disable PHP error logging. To turn off PHP error reporting, you

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How To Fix 500 Internal Server Error in WordPress

In this article, we will show you how to fix the internal server errors in WordPress. The internal server errors are status codes returned by the web server whenever it encounters a condition that prevents it from completing the request initiated by the client. This error message does not necessarily mean that the web server

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How To Install phpMyAdmin on CentOS 7

In this tutorial, we will go through the steps to installing and configuring phpMyAdmin in CentOS 7. All commands – without sudo yum update -y yum install epel-release -y yum install phpmyadmin -y All commands – with sudo sudo yum update -y sudo yum install epel-release -y sudo yum install phpmyadmin -y Introduction phpMyAdmin is

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How to Install NGINX, MySQL, PHP v7 (LEMP) Stack on CentOS 7

In this guide we go through the steps for building the LEMP stack on CentOS 7. All Commands – without sudo yum update -y yum install epel-release -y yum install nginx -y systemctl start nginx systemctl enable nginx firewall-cmd –permanent –add-service=http firewall-cmd –permanent –add-service=https firewall-cmd –reload yum install mariadb-server mariadb -y systemctl start mariadb systemctl

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How to Increase Disk Space for a User in WHM

This tutorial explains how to increase the disk space of a specific user in WHM. Quick Steps: Step 1: Login to your WHM. Step 2: Select Quota Modification under Account Functions. Step 3: Select the domain/username and click Modify. Step 4: Change the quota value for the account and click save. Login to your WHM and select Quota Modification. Now,

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WHM Backup to SSH Storage – backing up WHM to SSH & SFTP Storage

WHM has the ability (if you are a root user) to back up the server and accounts to an SSH destination. By default, WHM will also always use the /backup (or other directory you set) to store the backups locally first. Because this consumes storage on the server, we recommend looking at a more flexible

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Setting up Storage VPS for use with JetBackup – JetBackup on Storage VPS

This guide will be similar to our previous guide on setting up JetBackup with our SSH & FTP Storage however, we will be backing up to a Storage VPS. If you’re using our SSH/FTP Storage and not a Storage VPS, please view our Setting up JetBackup with SSH/FTP Storage guide: https://www.veerotech.net/kb/setting-up-ftp-ssh-storage-for-use-with-jetbackup-jetbackup-ssh-storage/ This guide assumes your Storage

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How to Create a php Info File and View PHP Information – phpinfo.php

Quick steps: Log into cPanel Open File Manager Locate your current working directory (eg public_html) create new file: phpinfo.php Enter the following code: <? phpinfo(); ?> Save the file and navigate to the phpinfo.php file from your website The PHP installed on your hosting account and/or server has various settings that are configured. Depending on the

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