Last Updated on Sunday, 30 January 2011 01:01 Written by Naveed Ashraf Friday, 21 January 2011 11:24
Applied on: cPanel Hosting
Here, I will describe many common error codes in cPanel. We may use these error codes to specify our own custom error pages through the .htaccess file. For example, suppose you want to a customize a page for anyone who experiences an internal server error, you would put this in the .htaccess file:Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 30 January 2011 01:46 Written by Naveed Ashraf Tuesday, 18 January 2011 02:50
The Index Manager in cPanel is used to manage the look and feel of the directories on the web hosting account. It gives you the ability to define their presentation, letting you display your directories in four different ways:Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 30 January 2011 01:52 Written by Naveed Ashraf Tuesday, 18 January 2011 02:31
cPanel is fill with a ton of great features. So many, that some of the most beneficial features are overshadowed and forgotten. One feature that can come in handy for you from a security aspect is Leech Protect.
What is Leech Protect?
Leech Protect is a feature that enables you to keep the users who have restricted access to your website from giving away or publicly publishing their password. When enabled, this feature redirects those user accounts that have been compromised to a URL of your choosing.
Last Updated on Sunday, 30 January 2011 02:19 Written by Naveed Ashraf Thursday, 13 January 2011 03:26
Applied to: cPanel Hosting
This article will guide you on how to create email filters for specific email address in your cPanel account so that incoming emails need to pass these filters before reaching the target mailbox. This guide is to implement filters for specific mailboxes (email addresses). However, this setup may also be done for the entire cPanel account. For this, you need to understand this tutorial and follow them via the link under your cPanel account named “Account Level Filtering”. That is similar to this process.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 9 January 2011 09:08 Written by Arian Jahansouz Saturday, 8 January 2011 04:50
This article will give you a step by step guide on how to install your Google Analytics code into your website in cPanel.
Google Analytics is a free software that provides detailed tracking of traffic to your website.
Click HERE for more How To’s about Google Analytics
1) Copy your Google Analytics code (to find out how to do this, click HERE)Learn More
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