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How To Create an FTP Account in cPanel

In this article, we will explain how to create an FTP Account in cPanel. Follow these steps to create an FTP Account. 1. Log into your “cPanel account” 2. Now, search for the “Files” section 3. Once, the “Files” section is open, you need to click on the “FTP Accounts” Here, you need to fill in all the details about the “FTP” Account. Once you have filled in the details you need to click on the “Creare FTP Account” In this way, you can create an FTP account in the cPanel. Was......

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How to Create Files & Folders in cPanel Account

In this article, we show how to create default files and folders in the cPanel account. Find the following default files and folders while we create a new account in cPanel: 1. public_html/cgi-bin: CGI Bin directory. 2. public_html: To make your website publicly available over the Internet, please upload your web pages and images into this folder. 3. public_ftp: It contains files to be accessible via anonymous FTP. 4. mail/: It stores the mail data. 5. public_html/.htaccess: The main .htaccess file for the pages served on this cPanel account over HTTP. 6. mail/cur: Mail......

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How To Check Server Status in WHM

In this article, We have discussed the fundamentals of monitoring your server with WHM. Learn how to locate service status, resource use, and Apache statistics by using the steps below. 1. Log into your “WHM account” 2. Search for the “Server Status” 3. From the “Server Status” menu, click on “Apache Status” 4. By selecting “Apache Status,” you may view specific information about your status. Was this article helpful to you? If you continue having problems with the above outlined, please contact the eTechSupport Team. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn for additional information....

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How to Create an Autoresponder in cPanel

This article will describe an autoresponder and how to create one in cPanel. A cPanel mail feature called Auto Responder. Here it is configured to deliver prepared responses to anyone who sends mail to a particular inbox. Here, the user sends an email directly to another email address that has an autoresponder set up. It can also be created by user actions on a website. Although they are frequently used for confirmation emails, autoresponders serve a variety of functions. Follow the following steps to create an autoresponder in cPanel 1. Log into......

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How to Modify an Addon Domain’s Path from cPanel

In this article, we will explain to you to change an Addon Domain’s path via cPanel Follow the following steps to modify your Addon domain 1. Log into your “cPanel account” 2. In the “Domains” menu you will find “Addon Domains” 3. Scroll down your screen to “Modify Addon Domain” and select from the “Documenet Root” 4. To change the path, click the edit icon, change the path for your addon domain, and then click the “Change button”. In this way, you can find the route of an Addon domain from cPanel.......

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