How to change file permissions in cPanel

Step 1: Log in to your cPanel Step 2: Click  on “File manager”  under the section ” FILES’ Step 3:  You can change permission directly by clicking here. Step 4:   Or  You can change it alternatively by clicking ‘ Permissions ‘ button. Step 5: Select the permission you want to assign and click change. The new permission level is saved and the…

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How to Change Your cPanel Style

Step 1: Login to your cPanel account. Step 2: You can see the ” Change Style” button under the category “Preferences” Step 3: Choose a style to customize your cPanel interface and click on “Apply” button You can see the new style when you return to the cPanel home page!If you notice any issues, don’t hesitate to contact our support department. Thank…

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How to reset Password from cPanel

We highly recommend to periodically reset the cPanel and all important passwords related to your hosting accounts, because most account compromises are the result of poor or lack of security on the part of  user accounts, including shared or weak passwords and insecure permissions. Here you can find the steps to reset the cPanel password. Step 1: Log into your…

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How-to Install WordPress Using Softaculous

Step 1: Log in to your cPanel Step 2: Click on Softaculous Apps Installer Step 3: Here you can choose WordPress from the listed menu Step 4: After you click WordPress from menu you will go to WordPress overview. To Install WordPress click Install on Install Now  button. Step 5:  Fill requested details like Software setup, Site setting, Admin Account,…

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How to Restore Backups via cPanel

The integralhost backup system allows customers to restore Files, Folders, Mails, Database and an account via cPanel without the help of our Technical Support team. In this blog you can find exact steps for this. Login to cPanel and navigate to “cPremote Dashboard”  After clicking on “cPremote Dashboard“, you will be directed to its dashboard. There you can choose what…

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How to Create MySQL Database in cPanel

Using cPanel control panel customer can easily, Create, Delete, Modify MySQL databases and Database users. This post will help you to create MySQL Database and User without of any technical expertise. Log in to your cPanel and follow these steps: Step 1. click on the MySQL Databases menu in the Databases section. Step 2. Once there, find the Create New Database section,then enter a name for your database…

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How to Add Sub-Domains to Your Website Using cPanel

In order to create a subdomain in your cPanel account, follow these steps: 1.  Login to cPanel and Go to the Domains section and click on Subdomains 2. Enter the following details for your subdomain: Subdomain: the name of your subdomain Domain: choose the domain name you wish to create subdomain for from this drop-down menu Document Root: the root directory for your…

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Disable modsec for a domain

Because of security reason this method is permitted only for the root or super user.   Method 1: Add below mod_sec tag in corresponding virtual host in httpd.conf <IfModule mod_security2.c> SecRuleEngine Off </IfModule> Restart httpd /etc/init.d/httpd restart   Method 2: Create a directory: mkdir -p /usr/local/apache/conf/userdata/ std/2/username/domain.com Then create a file: /usr/local/apache/conf/userdata/std/ 2/username/domain.com/ mod_security.conf In that file add: <IfModule mod_security.c>…

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How to create email account via cPanel

Follow below steps to create email account via the hosting control panel(cPanel) Step 1: Log in to your cPanel > Mail section > Email Accounts menu Note: You can find the cPanel URL and login details from the Welcome Mail “New Account Information” which you received from IntegralHost after the successful account setup. Most time it will be setup instantly.…

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Fix Corrupted named.conf in cPanel server

If you find any incorrect entries on named.conf and not able to start named service, then you can fix it with below steps. It will sanitize named.conf. Move the corrupted config file: root@IHrose[~]# mv /etc/named.conf /etc/named.conf-corrupted Rebuild named.conf file root@IHrose[~]# /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/rebuilddnsconfig Start the service root@IHrose[~]#/etc/init.d/named start It should be fine now.