How can I Enable AutoSSL on WHM/cPanel?

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On this post we will show you how to enable AutoSSL for cPanel users. AutoSSL is a revolutionary way to enable SSL support on cPanel servers. Let’s begin learning what is AutoSSL and then how you can configure autossl for your cPanel users. What is AutoSSL? Since cPanel version 58, the awesome development team at cPanel Inc built a really… Read more »

How to Uninstall OptimumCache on CloudLinux

On this post we will see how to uninstall OptimumCache on CloudLinux based servers. OptimumCache boost your server and app performance by at least 30% on most cases. OptimumCache is the perfect solution for those who need to increase server performance, reduce server load and boost popular apps speeds like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, etc. However, if you ever need to… Read more »

How can I Uninstall CloudLinux from my server?

CloudLinux is a really popular tool to secure and hardening your Linux Shared Hosting Servers. It’s 100% compatible with cPanel also, which makes this product a must if you are going to start your cPanel based web hosting company. However, not everyone loves it as much as we do, that’s why today we are going to see how you can… Read more »

How to Test a cPanel Demo

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If you are about to start on the website design and website development business, sooner or later you will need to host your websites, and your client’s websites on a web hosting company. That’s the first important thing, the second, is which control panel you will choose to manage your websites, emails, ftps, etc. Today, we are going to share… Read more »

How to Enable FTP Passive Mode on cPanel

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Active and Passive are two modes of FTP protocol. The FTP server can operate in active and passive. Today we are going to explain how to setup FTP Passive Mode on cPanel using for Pure-FTPd and ProFTPd servers. Active FTP vs Passive FTP FTP uses two data channels between the FTP client and the FTP Server with separate TCP connections,… Read more »

Nginx 413 Request Entity Too Large Error

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When you are using Nginx as a reverse proxy for Apache (or other web services) you may face this common HTTP issue: Nginx 413 Request Entity Too Large Error Why does Nginx 413 Request Entity Too Large error happens? The common scenario for this error is when you are running Nginx as front end server for a backend server like… Read more »