Adding Brute Force Protection to cover ALL WordPress websites on a server

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PLEASE NOTE: This tutorial is for VPS or Dedicated Servers. If you have any other plan with us, this has already been done on the server There are many plugins out there...

How to add a domain to CloudFlare

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Setting up CloudFlare is quite easy. This tutorial will show you how to do this from the ground up on a domain you want to route through CloudFlare

How to add a signature to Rainloop Webmail (cPanel server)

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Rainloop is a very elegant, modern webmail application that is used to check email. It's available on all of our web hosting plans. If you need help installing the program, simply...

Frequently used ports and their corresponding uses

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Here's a little cheat sheet on the most commonly used ports on a cPanel server. This helps with situations such as problems sending email through port 25 and 26 because your...

How to Configure a new cPanel Installation

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So you just received your VPS/server and just installed cPanel on it. You go to login at the normal WHM URL and are presented with a license agreement as well as...

How to view your website before updating nameservers (Like using temp url)

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The best way of testing your sites is to modify your local hosts file right on your local computer. This file allows you to tell your local computer what...

How to create an email account and then access it and set it up...

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This tutorial was written using the domain " clarkwords.net " as a reference with full permission from the customer who owns this domain. Creating an email...

Trigger an action via CSF when server load is high on VPS or Server

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ConfigServer Firewall works well by default. But if you customize it some, it can be even more poweful of a tool. When your load is high, you usually receive an alert...

How to leverage browser caching on your website

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So you've just run a test on your website to see how fast it goes. You get an F, you fail, or get some other score you're not happy with. You...

Block an IP from sending you email in cPanel

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Even with spam filtering enabled you could possibly be continuing to get spam email from one particular IP address, or even a range of IP addresses. Using user level or account...