How to Set Up Redirects in cPanel

How to Set Up Redirects in cPanel

Redirection is a way to redirect users from one page to another page or to another website. A common use of redirection is to redirect the old visitors to the new sites. We can redirect the page using code and .htaccess file, but in this tutorial, we will let you know you can do the same from Cpanel. In Cpanel, we can redirect multiple pages and define whether redirections are...
How to Check Website Traffic Statistics Using cPanel

How to Check Website Traffic Statistics Using cPanel

We all know logs are very helpful in development. Sometimes we have to store logs as per our development requirement, but it becomes very tedious if we have to track all stats of website. In this tutorial, we will show you how you can view stats in Cpanel using AWStats. Cpanel shows us graphs and lists of web server logs of user activity on hourly, daily, monthly and yearly basis....
How to Make a Backup of Your Website Using cPanel

How to Make a Backup of Your Website Using cPanel

It is good to take regular backup of the website to protect you in case something wrong happened or your files are lost. We can easily take the backup from Cpanel by just following the below steps To create a backup, follow these simple steps. 1.Log into your cPanel account 2. Scroll to the Files section and click on Backup 3. After opening the backup page you will get the option to...
How to Add an Email Account in cPanel

How to Add an Email Account in cPanel

When we use Cpanel we get free mail account. But in order to use, we have to create email first in Cpanel. Below are the steps to create an email account in cPanel. 1. Log in to your cPanel account. 2. Scroll down to the Email section and click. 3. On the Email Accounts page, click on the + Create button on the right-hand side. This will open a new page where...
How to enable gzip compression (Apache mod_deflate) in cPanel

How to enable gzip compression (Apache mod_deflate) in cPanel

Compression is a good way to speed up website performance. It reduces page load time, saves bandwidth, and reform the user experience. In this article, you will learn how to enable gzip compression in cPanel This compression is based on the Apache mod_deflate module. If this package is not available in your account you have to get it installed through WHM panel or from someone who has all the root...
How to enable and disable website Cache or Varnish on cPanel

How to enable and disable website Cache or Varnish on cPanel

Enable Varnish on cPanel. Varnish is a caching technology. It's an internet accelerator and likewise referred to as an HTTP accelerator or reverse HTTP proxy, which is able to considerably improve the efficiency of your website. Varnish cache is really quick thereby, velocity up the supply relying on your structure. It should improve your web site’s efficiency. Varnish shops a duplicate of the web page which is served by the online server the primary time a person visits the web site. Subsequent time, when the person requests for a similar web page, varnish will serve the copy as an alternative of serving it from the online server. Thus, your webserver must deal with solely fewer site visitors and thereby improve the web site efficiency and likewise scale back the server load....
How to enable or disable the hidden (.htaccess) files in cPanel

How to enable or disable the hidden (.htaccess) files in cPanel

cPanel is one of the most popular control panels. It has many features that make it a very powerful easy to use tool for the developer. It allows the developer to organize the website very easily without jumping into complex Linux coding. Normally all web hosting companies provide cPanel on their hosting package. Many users ask us how they can see the .htaccess files for their websites in cPanel File...