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How To Set up an Autoresponder in cPanel

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to set up an Autoresponder in cPanel Autoresponders are used for setting up automatic email responses for your email accounts. You can use this option when you are on a vacation or unavailable and you want to give an acknowledgment for each email you are

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How to Add Remote MySQL Connections

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to enable/add remote MySQL connections on a cPanel server. Note: This guide is only applicable for VPS servers. Shared/Semi-dedicated/Reseller clients might need to contact support to enable this feature. Perhaps you are wondering why you need to enable this feature as remote MySQL connections are

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How to stage a WordPress Website Using Softaculous in cPanel

Why you need a WordPress staging site WordPress core, themes, and plugins used releases new updates frequently.  Updating them on a busy production website may be disastrous if there are some incompatibilities among them. So it’s important to test them before you publish and make it public.  With Softaculous installer in cPanel, it has become

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How to Drop a Database Table in phpMyAdmin

In this article, we will show you how to delete database tables using phpMyAdmin. phpMyAdmin is a free and opensource application for MySQL database management. It is one of the most popular web-based MySQL management tools for web hosting services.  Written in PHP, phpMyAdmin gives users the ability to interact with their MySQL databases. Note:

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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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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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