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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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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 use FTP with Linux hosting accounts

This article describes how to connect to your Beehosting account using an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client. For general information about what FTP is and when you might use it, please see this article. Using an FTP client There are numerous FTP clients available, and many of them support SFT...
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Using FTP (File Transfer Protocol)

This article discusses FTP (File Transfer Protocol). What is FTP? File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a protocol that enables you to transfer files between your Beehosting account and another computer. FTP establishes a connection between a server (in this case, your account on a Beehosting server) an...
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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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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 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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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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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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An introduction to SSL

This article is an introduction to key SSL concepts and it provides background information about SSL. If you planning to install SSL certificates on your website, this article will be useful. What is SSL? SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) enhances a website's security by providing two important features:...
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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 install server updates

This article describes how to install updates on an unmanaged server. Maintaining an up-to-date server with the latest patches and fixes is one of the most important things you can do to make your server more secure. The procedures for different types of operating systems are described below. ...
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How to register and buy a domain name

This article describes how to purchase and register a domain name from Beehosting using the Client Area. Domain registrations and renewals are non-refundable, because the domain registrar does not cancel or issue refunds for these items. When you register a domain, you own and control it. You can...
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Basic domain management using the Client area

This article describes how to use the Beehosting client area to do basic domain management tasks, such as changing the domain's name servers and setting the registrar lock. !The information in this article only applies to domains purchased directly from Beehosting. If you purchased a domain from ...
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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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What is a SiteLock website security?

SiteLock is a daily spam & malware monitoring tool. SiteLock helps protect more than just your website, it can protect your business too. Your online reputation and the security of your website are critical elements to your business. There have never been more threats to your website than now...
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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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