One thing every webmaster should learn how to do is backing up his/her website’s databases. Everyone webmaster who’s managing a website should first learn how to perform a full website backup, including databases.
This brief tutorial shows users how to perform a full database backup via CPanel using phpMyAdmin.
phpMyAdmin comes with almost all CPanel installations. It’s a great PHP tool that allows webmasters and website owners to manage MySQL/MariaDB databases with ease in their web browsers.
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This brief tutorial shows new users or webmasters how to use Parked Domains (aka. Domain Pointer) in CPanel to change host providers.
Parked Domains is a great feature that allows webmasters to migrate to a different host easily without losing existing user traffic.
It easily allows you to point or park additional domains to your existing hosting account. With it, you have example1.com and example2.net point to the same content.
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This brief tutorial shows new users or webmasters how to manually install and configure WordPress settings in CPanel.
In our last post, we showed you how to create a new MySQL database for WordPress. WordPress uses databases to store its content.
If you followed our previous post on creating MySQL database in CPanel, then you’re half way through WordPress setup. The next things on the list are to download WordPress content, upload the content to your server and configure WordPress’ database settings.
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Using WordPress to manage your websites or blogs is a great idea. WordPress is arguably the most popular content management systems in used today.
A basic Google search will display many more CMSs that you can use to manage your blogs, but by far, WordPress is the best.
This short tutorial is going to show you how to manually create WordPress databases using CPanel.
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Few days ago I received a call from a friend who needed help figuring out why his laptop wasn’t connecting to his WiFi router after changing his password.
After quickly looking at the laptop, I asked him if something changed recently.. he replied that he just changed the WiFi password.
When he told me he just changed the WiFi password, I told him to enter the new password to connect.
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