Restore a MySQL 5 Database in WebsitePanel with PhpMyAdmin

In this article I will give you a step by step guide on how to restore a MySQL 5 database with PhpMyAdmin in WebsitePanel.

1. Log into your WebsitePanel account.

2. Go to databases and click on MySQL 5.x: Learn More

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[WHMCS] Ticket Escalation

Customer service is a big part of offering web hosting. If you don’t provide timely responses to your clients tickets you may find your customers getting frustrated which is why in WHMCS you should use the automated ticket escalation feature to flag tickets that have had no responses for a certain period of time.

  1. Login your WHMCS admin area and navigate to: Setup -> Support -> Escalation Rules Learn More
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Making the Dolphin 7.1 Admin Directory More Secure

Hello and welcome! In today’s blow I’m going to show you how to secure your Dolphin admin directory using the Htaccess file. Htaccess is part of the infrastructure of the Apache Web Server and allows us to control and regulate several features of our website. It should be mentioned that for this security measure to work, it requires you (and anyone else with admin access to your Dolphin website) have a “static” IP address. If you are unfamiliar with that term, a “static IP” is one that never changes. Most of the larger internet providers offer this service at no additional charge and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to add extra security restrictions to their server or hosting account. Learn More

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