cPanel - Advanced Tutorials

To keep track of how many people visit your site, where they are coming from and other important information, you can use Awstats in your cPanel.
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You may want to create a timed redirect page when customers encounter a 404 error on your website. The following tutorial shows how to easily make this error page and the option for it to automatically jump back to the page you want displayed.
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phpMyAdmin is included with all hosting accounts at Web Hosting Hub. To access phpMyAdmin, you must first log into your cPanel. This article will help you install PHPMyAdmin on your account so it can be accessed outside of cPanel.
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If somebody visits a page on your site that does not exist, you can customize the page that they see as the error page.
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There are hundreds of perl modules ready to be installed onto your account that can be easily accessed through your cPanel.
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Written by Arnel Custodio
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A cron job can be automatically set up through your cPanel. This allows you to automate certain commands or scripts on your website.
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If you are using third party software that requires a MySQL Database, you can create one directly in your account cPanel.
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DomainKeys and SPF Records are two tools available to help fight spam and email spoofing.
Written by Brad Markle
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Learn how to take a cPanel addon domain from one cPanel account and move it into another.
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In your cPanel, you can password protect a folder so that only those you give out the password to are able to access it.
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In this article we explain how to redirect your domain to either the www or non-www version of it's URL.
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This tutorial will explain the php configuration ini file and provide each versions default settings.
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