For a long-term solution to monitor and maintain site security and prevent malicious attacks SiteLock is the perfect solution. That’s probably why they have more than five million websites protected. It’s one of the best things you can do to keep your site secure. But there is a bit of setup to get it working … Read moreHow to setup SiteLock
By default files starting with a period in their name such as .htaccess are not shown in the cPanel’s File Manager. But you can change a setting to show those files. Step 1 – Login to your hosting account. Step 2 – Click Hosting, then cPanel. Step 3 – Scroll to the bottom of the cPanel … Read moreEnable Hidden Files in cPanel’s File Manager
Generally speaking a “408” error means you were requesting information, but your connection took so long getting that information that the server gave up. It doesn’t mean your internet it slow, it means the connection is timing out before you are able to get the email information. Usually this is caused by a port being blocked by … Read moreRequest Timeout 408 in cPanel Webmail
Step 1 – Create an account with CloudFlare To get started using CloudFlare, the first thing you’ll need to do is create an account on CloudFlare. It’s super easy. Step 2 – Add your website to your CloudFlare account Once you have signed up, you’ll be given the opportunity to add a domain / website. … Read moreGet free DNS hosting with Cloudflare
Ports on your network at home and at work are controlled by your computer’s firewall, sometimes your router, and sometimes your internet service provider. But ports on a dedicated IP on a hosting account are opened by the host. Ports you don’t use should usually be closed by default for security reasons but if you … Read moreHow to test your dedicated IP for opened ports
1. Log into your Google account. (This can be done through your Gmail account.) 2. Click the DNS button next to the domain name you wish to modify. 3. Click “Use custom name servers”. 4. Enter your dns you want to use there and click save. You can get this from your hosting provider. Bluehost … Read moreHow Do I change my nameservers for Google Domains?
Tip: In most computer-based web browsers, to open menus used to clear your cache, cookies, press Ctrl-Shift-Delete (Windows) or Command-Shift-Delete (Mac). If this doesn’t work, follow the appropriate instructions below. On this page: Desktop browsers Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer 9 and higher Opera Safari (Mac OS X) Mobile browsers Android Chrome for Android Safari … Read moreHow to clear your browser’s cookies and cache