Category: Troubleshooting & Errors

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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How to Create a Custom WordPress 404 Error Page

In this article, we will discuss how to create a custom error page for a “404 Requested page not found” error. The main intention behind a custom error page is to inform the visitor that the website has received the request but the requested page does not exist there. Quick Steps Login to your cPanel

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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 Change the PHP Timezone on Shared and Reseller Web Hosting

Quick Steps: Step 1. Login to cPanel and locate “Select PHP Version”. Step 2. Click on “Switch to PHP options” on the far right side. Step 3. Specify the timezone under “date.timezone” option. To change the timezone on your hosting account, you’ll first need to log into cPanel and locate the “Select PHP Version” option. Once you’ve clicked the

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How to View Your cPanel Disk Space Usage

In order to view your cPanel disk space usage, there’s a great tool located inside of your cPanel account that can help you narrow down what’s using all of your disk space. Quick Steps:  Login to your cPanel and select “Disk Usage” under Files section.  Click on the selected path to view its sub folders and

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403 Forbidden Error | Solutions | VeeroTech Hosting

When you see “403 Forbidden” when trying to access your website use the following guide to correct it. 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

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