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 Change the size of images in a directory using cPanel

Image Scaler Click Image Scaler to enlarge or shrink an image. To resize an image, perform the...

 Check Disk Usage using cPanel

Overview This interface displays information about how you use your account's disk space and...

 Checking for errors within cPanel accounts

Error logging when using our 'native' PHP configuration: If you are experiencing a 500 error on...

 Contact Forms and php(mail)

PHP mail () function is used to send mail through application script or contact forms. However,...

 Domain has exceeded the max defers and failures per hour

NOTE:  This article describes WHY the max defers system exists, not only on our servers but also...

 Email Authentication in cPanel

By default, all of your emails will be routed through a premium mail delivery service called...

 Email Settings

Beside your mailbox in the email section of cPanel you will see a CONNECT DEVICES button which...

 How do I access my control panel?

If not logged into your client area, click on the CLIENT AREA button (top right) of the site and...

 How do I access webmail?

You can login manually to your webmail at: https://mail.myfast.site:2096 or...

 How do I change the PHP version my site is running?

Login to cPanel Click on the MultiPHP Manager icon (in the software section) Select the domain...

 How to amend common PHP Options / Settings (via the .user.ini or PHP Selector)

Here at GodsWeb, we have quite a unique configuration in terms of the way PHP is handled. By...

 How to connect via SSH in cPanel

SSH allows secure file transfer and remote logins over the internet. Your connection via SSH is...

 How to disable ModSecurity (Web Application Firewall) in cPanel

To protect your websites, we use a commercially available ruleset on our Web Application...

 How to enable clickjacking protection in cPanel using NGINX AUTOM8N

Clickjacking (User Interface redress attack, UI redress attack, UI redressing) is a malicious...

 How to force your site to use your SSL certificate (https)

Force https:// via a .htaccess file To force all web traffic to use HTTPS insert the following...

 Manage mySQL Databases in cPanel

Overview Use this interface to create, manage, and delete MySQL® databases and database users....

 Manage your email accounts' disk usage in cPanel

As a hosting provider, nothing is more frustrating than wasted mailboxes - it is highly...

 Managing Domain Aliases in cPanel

Domain aliases make your website available from another domain name. For example, you can make...

 Managing Email routing with cPanel

Overview This interface allows you to configure how the system routes a domain's incoming...

 Managing domain redirects in cPanel

A redirect allows you to make one domain redirect to another domain, either for a website or a...

 Managing email accounts in cPanel

Overview Use this interface to add, manage, and delete email accounts.   Email Accounts...

 Managing sub-domains in cPanel

A subdomain is a subsection of your website that can exist as a new website without a new domain...

 POP or IMAP?

When you are setting up your email client, you will come across the terms POP and IMAP.  (As the...

 SPF Records for GodsWeb Hosting

All of our mail is routed through a premium delivery service called 'MailChannels'. As such, the...

 What settings do I need to send/receive email in my email client?

Beside your mailbox in the email section of cPanel you will see a CONFIGURE link which will give...

 Why didn't my email get delivered or where did my email go?

At GodsWeb, our Technical Analysts will get asked this question many times. Unfortunately, the...

 cPanel Video Tutorials

So, you prefer to learn through videos? Thats great!  Nobody does it better than, well, cPanel...