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WHAT IS FILE MANAGER? The File Manager allows you to manage your site through HTML, rather than an FTP tool or other third-party application, while logged into your cPanel account. You can upload, create or delete files, organize files in folders, and ch...
Permissions can be very important when it comes to hosting your website. Permissions can allow our server computer to write and edit your files. Along with that, some files need to be protected from writing and editing, as a security measure. You can c...
Cron jobs run scheduled commands at specific times. The Cron Jobs tool in cPanel is helpful for setting up automated maintenance and other unmanned server duties. _Note: you need to have a good knowledge of Linux commands before you can use cron jobs eff...
WHAT IS HOTLINKING? Hot link protection prevents other websites from directly linking to files and pictures on your website and only allows them to link to file types that you don't specify. If you have a lot of desirable images, for instance, on your...
If you want to share a web file with friends or the public, you first need to determine the path of the file. If you don't already know the path you can find that in cPanel or via your FTP client. FILES ON THE PRIMARY DOMAIN To determine the URL for fi...
cPanel's default partition size for /tmp is 512 MB, which in some cases can very small for your uses. The /tmp partition on cPanel servers, assuming it was the one cPanel created and not one you did yourself, is a file-based partition that can easily be r...
You can easily reset your cPanel password via your Customer Area. To change your cPanel password: * Log in to your Customer Area [1]: https://customers.seohosting.com/clientarea.php [2] * Click Your Services, located in the Your Services se...
Hidden files and folder names on your site start with a dot (.). For example, '.htaccess', '.htpasswd' or '.bashrc'. When using File Manager [1], you cannot see hidden files and folders unless you select the option to show hidden files. To show your...
You can check the amount of disk space you've used, or how much bandwidth you're currently consuming, right from cPanel. VIEW DISK SPACE USAGE * Log into cPanel [1] * Click Disk Usage, from within the Files section * View a list of d...
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