Category: Shared Hosting

Ghost 503 error – ghost blog displays 503 error

Quick Steps: Navigate to Softaculous in cPanel. In list of installations, choose to edit Ghost installation. Select Node.js service and click Restart. The 503 errors will be resolved. If you have an installation of the Ghost blogging platform and experience a 503 error, you can follow the steps below which should resolve the issue. The

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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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How to install an SSL Certificate using Let’s Encrypt inside cPanel

To use the Let’s Encrypt option found in cPanel to install a free SSL Certificate you’ll first need to locate & click the Let’s encrypt icon.     After you’ve clicked the Let’s Encrypt icon, you’ll then be presented with the installation screen as shown below:     Once you’ve chosen the domain you’d like

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403 Forbidden Error – What to do if you see this error

Quick Steps: Check for incorrect .htaccess rules. Check for improper file access permissions. Check to see if you have selected an incorrect version of PHP in cPanel. If you see a 403 Forbidden error on your website, you may need to check a few things. We’ll outline a few scenarios that would cause this and

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Blocked – Banned IP Address – cannot access web hosting account or website

Quick Steps Step 1: Obtain your IP address using a free online service. Step 2: In Support Center, use the Unblock IP Address tool to unblock your IP address. Step 3: You should be able to access your site now. Step 4: This may not work for VPS hosting plans. Contact support team in that case. Sometimes your IP

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Accessing cPanel for your domain / web hosting account

To access cPanel for your web hosting account, you have a few options. 1. By using your domain name or server hostname using non-ssl protocol http://yourdomain.com/cpanel http://yourdomain.com:2082 http://hostname.servername.com:2082 2. By using your domain name using SSL (https). Unless you have a valid SSL Certificate specifically for your domain, you will need to use the provided

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