How to Create an Additional Web Disk Account in cPanel
You can use the cPanel’s login details to access your Web Disk. You can also create an additional account for accessing a specific directory on your account. Log in to your cPanel account. In the Files section, click on Web Disk. Under Create an Additional Web Disk Account, enter the details of the new account you wish to create. Username: Enter a username such as folderx. Password: Enter your new password or click on Password Generator to generate a random password. Directory: You can leave it blank, but it will allow access to the whole directory. Enter the directory location, such as public_html/folderx. The user will only have access to the directory path /folderx. Permissions: Select your option. Note: If you use the Windows OS, mark Enable Digest Authentication. However, if the server has an SSL certificate signed by a recognized certificate authority and you can make an SSL connection
How to Reset cPanel’s Account Password
If you have access to your cPanel account, follow these steps to reset your password: Log in to your cPanel account. In the Preferences section, click on Password & Security. Enter your old password. Enter your new password or use a password generator. Click on Change your password now. If it displays a success message, it means that the password has been changed. Now, you can access your account using the new password. Note: If you forgot your cPanel password and cannot access your account, please open a ticket with us.
How to Write and Publish Your First Blog Post in WordPress
Writing your first blog post is a fascinating thing. Follow the steps below to do so in WordPress. Log in to the WordPress dashboard. From the Dashboard menu, go to Posts and click on Add New. Enter your post title and write your blog post. Under the Post tab, click on Tags, type post-related tags, and press Enter. You can enter multiple tags. From the Categories, select the appropriate one or click on Add New Category. Now, at the top side, find Publish and click on it twice. Congratulations on writing your first blog post.
How to Install PHP-Fusion via Softaculous in cPanel
Softaculous helps you install web applications very easy. Please, follow the steps below to install PHP-Fusion. Log in to your cPanel account. In the Software section, click on Softaculous Apps Installer. cPanel will redirect you to the Softaculous interface. On the left side, locate the Portal/CMS category. Click on it and then on the PHP-Fusion link that appears. Click on Install. Fill in the necessary fields under the Software Setup fields: Choose Installation URL: Choose the appropriate protocol/domain. Inside the “In Directory” field, should you want to install this in a directory, i.e., example.com/directory, enter the directory name. Otherwise, please, leave it blank to install in your main domain, i.e., example.com. Under the Site Settings field, enter the following information: Site Name: Enter the name of your website, such as PHP-Fusion. Site Email: Your e-mail address. Under the Admin Account field, enter the following information: Admin Username: Your new PHP-Fusion
How to Check/Fetch an Email on Apple/iOS
You can set your email for automatic syncing. However, should you want to check for new emails manually, you must go through this tutorial. Before checking for new email, you must make sure that you have already added your email account on your device. Otherwise, examine our tutorial on How to add an email account on iPhone/iOS. Open the main screen of your Apple Mobile and click on the Mail icon. Under Mailboxes, tap on your email account. If it automatically starts syncing, you will need to wait for a few seconds. Otherwise, tap and hold on screen from the top of the inbox, pull down, and then release. It will start checking for new emails. Congratulations. You learned how to check emails manually. If you receive a new email, it will display on the screen. If you don’t have new email messages, you will see an empty box. Note: