Topic: cPanel Hosting

cPanel Hosting and WHM help articles

How to view PHP settings with the phpinfo() function

This article describes how to use the phpinfo() function to view detailed information about the PHP environment, settings, and more. ! To view phpinfo() output on our servers, you must have an Beehosting account. The information revealed by the phpinfo() function poses a potential security risk, so...
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Differences between a cPanel certificate and a traditional CA-issued certificate

This article explains the differences between cPanel SSL certificates and certificates provided by traditional CA (certificate authority) providers. What is a cPanel SSL certificate? cPanel SSL certificates are free and come with Beehosting plans automatically. It is an entry-level SSL certificate...
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How to configure WordPress to always use SSL

This article describes how to configure a WordPress site to always use secure (SSL) connections. This article assumes that you already have a valid, functioning SSL certificate installed on your website. If you do not have an SSL certificate for your site yet, please see our SSL certificate options...
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How to stop unwanted e-mail using Spam Filters

This article describes how to use the Spam Filters tool in cPanel to reduce the amount of unwanted e-mail (spam) in your e-mail accounts. Spam Filters (powered by Apache SpamAssassin™) is an automated filtering system that uses a variety of techniques to identify and filter spam messages. Spam Filt...
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How to filter unwanted e-mail (spam)

How to filter unwanted e-mail (spam) This article describes how to set up your e-mail account to filter messages marked as spam and automatically redirect them to a folder. This article assumes that you have already enabled and configured Spam Filters. If you have not done so, please read this art...
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Getting started with cPanel’s File Manager

This article is an introduction to cPanel's File Manager and describes how to complete basic file management tasks. Starting File Manager and browsing the filesystem cPanel's File Manager makes it easy for you to browse through your website's directories. To start File Manager and navigate thro...
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How to manage cPanel Mail Exchanger (MX) records

This article describes how to manage the Mail Exchanger (MX) records for your web site in cPanel. About cPanel MX (Mail Exchanger) Records cPanel manages your e-mail using its own mail server. However, you can modify Mail Exchanger (MX) DNS entries to route your web site's e-mail to other mail ser...
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How to manage mailing lists in cPanel

This article describes how to add, modify, and delete mailing lists in cPanel. About mailing lists You can use cPanel to create, modify, and delete mailing lists for your web site. Using a mailing list, you can send one message to many recipients at the same time. For example, you might create a c...
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Using MySQL client applications

This article describes how to use MySQL client applications to access and manage your MySQL databases. MySQL client applications MySQL provides a GUI (graphical user interface) client application that you can use for database management. MySQL Workbench is an integrated tools environment that enab...
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How to configure remote MySQL access in cPanel

This article describes how to use cPanel to allow external hosts to access your MySQL databases. When remote host access is enabled, you can use remote client applications to connect to your databases directly. Enabling direct remote access to your databases is a potential security risk. An alterna...
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How to set up a remote MySQL connection

This article describes how to use a local computer to connect to your MySQL databases stored remotely on Beehosting servers. Choose a remote MySQL connection method You can use either of the following methods to access your MySQL databases remotely: SSH tunnel: This is the more secure method....
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Controlling PHP settings with a custom php.ini file

This article describes how to use custom php.ini files to control PHP settings for your web site. Setting up a custom php.ini file A php.ini file contains directives for controlling many PHP settings. You can set up one or multiple custom php.ini files to define how your web site functions. For ex...
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How to change PHP versions and settings using MultiPHP

This article describes how to change the PHP version and additional settings by using MultiPHP in cPanel. Changing the PHP version MultiPHP enables you to use multiple versions of PHP on your server at the same time. To do this, follow these steps: Log in to cPanel. In the SOFTWARE section...
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How to enable and disable PHP error messages

This article describes how to enable and disable PHP error messages by using the display_errors directive in a php.ini file. This article assumes that you have already set up a custom php.ini file on your web site. If you have not already set up a custom php.ini file, please read this article first...
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How to manage e-mail disk usage in cPanel

This article describes how to view and manage e-mail disk space usage in cPanel. With this feature, you can delete messages from accounts that match a set of specific criteria. Managing e-mail disk usage To manage e-mail disk usage, follow these steps: Log in to cPanel. In the EMAIL sectio...
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Using the User Manager in cPanel

Using the User Manager in cPanel This article describes how to use the User Manager in cPanel. The User Manager feature enables you to manage subaccount access to services from one convenient interface. These services include: E-mail FTP Web Disk Subaccounts can only access these serv...
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How to manage FTP accounts in cPanel

  This article describes how to add, modify, and delete FTP accounts for your website. About the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard network protocol that is used to transfer files between computers. To download or upload files, a user uses an FTP cl...
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How to configure Web Disk accounts

This article describes how to configure Web Disk accounts. After you configure a Web Disk account, you can use the account to access your web files. Creating a Web Disk account Before you can access files remotely using Web Disk, you must create a Web Disk account. To create a Web Disk account,...
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How to configure redirects in cPanel

This article describes how to use cPanel to configure a web page to redirect to a different web page. About redirects A redirection occurs when a web server redirects a visitor from one web page to another web page. A common use of redirection is to create shorter, easy-to-remember URLs that redir...
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How to use the cPanel Site Publisher to easily build a website

The cPanel Site Publisher is an easy way to create a single-page site. You can create corporate, personal, or under-construction pages with a professional look in just a few easy steps. To create a site with cPanel Site Publisher, follow these steps: Log in to cPanel. In the DOMAINS secti...
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How to configure directory privacy in cPanel

This article describes how to use cPanel to protect specific directories with a password. Visitors to password-protected directories must enter a username and password to view the directory's contents. Adding password protection to a directory When you add password protection to a directory, you p...
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How to manage the ModSecurity module in cPanel

This article describes how to manage the ModSecurity (also referred to as "Modsec") module in cPanel. About ModSecurity ModSecurity is an Apache module that provides an extra layer of protection for your account. It provides HTTP request filtering and other capabilities to help detect and block at...
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Resource limit information

Viewing resource limit information To view resource limit information for your account, follow these steps: Log in to cPanel. In the METRICS  open the Resource Usage tool: On the Resource Usage page, cPanel displays a summary of your account. Depending on your account's resource usage, ...
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How to manage e-mail deliverability settings in cPanel

This article describes how to manage e-mail deliverability settings in cPanel to help reduce unwanted e-mail (spam). These settings include: DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM). Sender Policy Framework (SPF). Reverse DNS (PTR records). You should not typically need to modify these settin...
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How to Add an Addon Domain in cPanel

If you want to host a website for a domain as an addon domain, you can use cPanel's Addon Domain feature. 1. Login into your cPanel using the username and password provided. 2. Upon login, select Addon Domains under the Domains section. 3. Next, you will need to fill out the details...
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How to Use the cPanel Backup Tool?

The Backup area allows you to download the daily, weekly, or monthly backup file of your entire website, or a particular MySQL. If your computer crashes or your personal backups are destroyed, these files allow you to recover your site in a convenient manner. How often a backup is created is decid...
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How to Change Email Quota In cPanel

If need to increase or decrease your email quota. Here are the easy steps to change email quota in cPanel : (Increasing the email quota will allow users to store more emails) Steps : 1) Login to cPanel by accessing the URL https://cpanel.domainname/ 2) Click on Email Accounts under the “...
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How do I password protect a directory/folder on my website?

Q : How do I password protect a directory/folder on my website? Answers : 1) Login to your Control panel 2) In Files, choose "Directory Privacy". 3) Click the icon to open a folder. Click the name to select a folder. 4) Click on the name of the folder to bring up the Security Se...
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How to install WordPress using the cPanel WordPress Toolkit

This article describes how to quickly and easily install your WordPress site using the WordPress Toolkit in cPanel. The WordPress Toolkit provides a user-friendly and easy-to-use interface directly within cPanel that you can use to install, configure, and manage WordPress websites. Installing Wo...
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How to install a third-party SSL certificate with cPanel

Beehosting offers automated installation options for certificates we sell, but there is no restriction on which certificates you can install. This article shows how to manually obtain and install an SSL certificate on cPanel. Step 1: Generate a private key and CSR If you have not already purchased...
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How to install a self-signed SSL certificate in cPanel

You can install a self-signed SSL certificate on your Beehosting account for testing and development purposes. To do this, you create a private key and digitally sign your own SSL certificate in cPanel. To create and install a self-signed SSL certificate, follow these steps: Log in to cPanel...
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How to enable AutoSSL / Free SSL in cPanel

All Beehosting cPanel hosting plan comes with free Auto SSL. What is AutoSSL? AutoSSL is WHM/cPanel solution activated by default in your hosting account as it automatically installs and renews cPanel/Sectigo certificates for each domain in cPanel. AutoSSL performs an auto...
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How to manage e-mail accounts in cPanel

This article describes how to add, modify, and delete e-mail accounts in cPanel. You can define e-mail account storage quotas, change e-mail passwords, and more. E-mail accounts that you create are accessible by using webmail in your web browser, or by using your own e-mail client application (such ...
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How to migrate cPanel accounts from reseller hosting to shared hosting

This article describes how to migrate cPanel accounts from a reseller hosting package to a shared web hosting package. Reseller hosting packages allow you to create and manage multiple cPanel accounts, but shared hosting packages are limited to a single cPanel account. Therefore, to move from res...
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How to import and export a MySQL database

This article describes how to import MySQL databases and export MySQL databases. You can import and export databases for a variety of scenarios, including: Transferring a MySQL database from one web hosting account or provider to another. Importing a third-party MySQL database. Backing up...
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How to manage MySQL databases and users in cPanel

This article describes how to use cPanel to manage MySQL databases and users. You can add, modify, and delete databases and users, as well as manage user database permissions. Managing database users To access MySQL databases, you must first create at least one user. The following procedures descr...
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How to use phpMyAdmin to copy a MySQL database

This article describes how to copy MySQL database using phpMyAdmin. Copy MySQL database To copy a MySQL database using phpMyAdmin, follow these steps: Log in to cPanel. In the DATABASES section of the cPanel home screen, click phpMyAdmin:                                                    ...
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How to use the DNS Zone Editor in cPanel

This article describes how to use the Zone Editor in cPanel to manage custom DNS records. About DNS records A DNS (Domain Name System) name server stores DNS records for a domain name. There are many types of DNS records, but some of the most common are: A records: An A record associates a do...
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How to use the cPanel Domains tool

The cPanel Domains feature is a one-stop tool to create and manage all of the domains, subdomains, addon domains, and aliases in your account. This article shows you how to work with all of these features. Starting the Domains tool To start the cPanel Domains tool, follow these steps: Log in ...
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How to log in and log out of cPanel

This article describes how to log in and log out of cPanel so you can manage your Beehosting website. Access cPanel Directly To log in to cPanel directly, follow these steps: In your web browser, type the cPanel address for your web site. The address is either http://cpanel.example.com where ...
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How to view information about visitors, bandwidth, and resource usage in cPanel

This article describes how to use cPanel to view information about visitors to your website, as well as bandwidth and resource usage. Viewing visitor information To view information about visitors to your website, follow these steps: Log in to cPanel. In the METRICS section of the cPanel h...
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How to set up e-mail forwarders

This article describes how to configure e-mail forwarders in cPanel. There are two types of e-mail forwarders: Account forwarders: This is the most common type of forwarder. An account forwarder forwards incoming messages for one e-mail account (for example, [email protected]) to another ...
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How to set up the Microsoft Outlook e-mail client

This article demonstrates how to set up the Microsoft Outlook e-mail client application to access a Beehosting e-mail account This article assumes that you have already created at least one e-mail account for your domain. If you have not done this, please see this article to learn how to create...
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How to determine your account’s server name

This article describes how to determine the server name for a hosting account. You may need to know the server name to configure or access account features, such as e-mail and FTP. Using cPanel to determine the server name You can use cPanel to determine the server name. Please follow these steps:...
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PHP modules

Relational databases have been in use for a long time. They became popular thanks to management systems that implement the relational model extremely well, which has proven to be a great way to work with data . Only with Beehosting you can activate and use almost all types of PHP bases like GD...
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What are SPF Records?

Protect your email reputation and combat email spoofing by setting up a Sender Policy Framework (SPF) record. It's a type of DNS record that notifies the recipient's mail host which mail servers are authorized to send email from your domain name, making it much more difficult for someone to spoof yo...
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