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cPanel Hosting Overview
We provide the cPanel control panel to let you administer your website hosting with us. cPanel is a graphical interface that lets you carry out many common hosting tasks in a couple of clicks. cPanel is by far the world’s most popular hosting control panel. read on...
Running Multiple Websites
There are two ways to run multiple websites with Stablepoint. This can either be done in a single shared hosting account, or it can be done through a reseller account by separating the websites in different cPanel accounts. read on...
SSL Certificates
SSL Certificates provide encryption and security, and should be enabled on every website. read on...
Managing Files in cPanel
Stablepoint hosting operates a folder structure similiar to that of a desktop computer file system. Website files are located in a subfolder called public_html, and subfolders of the website correspond to that directory. read on...
Using FTP
FTP Accounts are a way of manipulating files on a web server, over a protocol. It allows desktop software such as Filezilla to upload, download and move files on your hosting accounts. read on...
Managing Disk Usage
You can see a total of your disk space usage in the cPanel statistics panel, but to see more detail you can click the Disk Space Usage icon. read on...
Secure Shell (SSH) Overview
SSH is a way of connecting to your web space using the command line. You can manage files and run commands and for power users this is a really important feature. read on...
Creating MySQL Databases and Users
In this article, we'll cover the steps needed for successfully creating a new database and a new user, that will be assigned to it. read on...
Using phpMyAdmin
In this article, we'll cover the steps needed to access and use your phpMyAdmin. PHPMyAdmin is a management tool for MySQL databases, and lets you manage and manipulate data within your databases on your hosting. read on...
Importing and Exporting as SQL
You have learned how to login and use phpMyAdmin in the previous article, now let's see how you can import/export the database. read on...
Remote database connections
The first step for achieving this, is to obtain the IP Address from which the Remote connection is being established. read on...
How to restore your database or files using JetBackup.
In this guide, we will cover the steps needed to restore your website from a backup, either Files, Databases or both. read on...
Hosting performance tweaks: Opcode caching, expires headers and gzip compression.
In this article, we will do an overview of some of the key optimization techniques that could help you get the best performance out of your website, whether it's built under WordPress or any other Content Management Systems. read on...
HTTP 2 Overview
HTTP/2 is a major revision of the HTTP/1.1 network protocol used by the World Wide Web. read on...
How to change your PHP Version in cPanel
Because we run CloudLinux, we are able to provide a wide range of PHP versions within your own site's virtual environment. read on...
How to adjust your PHP Options.
In this article, we will cover the steps needed for adjusting some of your PHP Options available. read on...
Cron Jobs
Cron is a utility, implemented in Linux, which schedules a command or script on your server to run automatically at a specified time and date. read on...
WordPress Caching
Caching involves taking dynamic elements of your site and creating a static version such that the server doesn't have to recreate a page load for every single request. read on...
Installing WordPress Automatically
We've made it really easy for anyone who uses our services to go ahead and install WordPress. read on...
Using the Softacoulous Autoinstaller
Softaculous is the installer we provide that lets you automatically install more than 300 software options onto your cPanel hosting space. This software includes common website building tools such as WordPress & Joomla, as well as ECommerce applications like CubeCart, Magento & Prestashop. read on...
Manually installing software
All website software is designed to be manually installed. In the case of LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) software such as WordPress, Magento & Joomla, there is a fairly standard installation process which you can follow when installing this software. read on...
How to Log in to WordPress
If you've just setup WordPress with one of our WordPress Hosting plans or any of our packages provided by Stablepoint, then the standard way to access the WordPress admin area is through 'wp-admin'. read on...
Automatic WordPress Installation
Did you know, that you can install WordPress with a few clicks of a button? This article will cover the steps needed for achieving this. read on...
Manual Wordpress Installation
In this article, we'll cover the basics, which are needed for manually installing WordPress on your hosting account with us. read on...
Creating an email account
Creating an email account in cPanel is a very straightforward process. You'll need to do this so that you can begin using [email protected] for your emails and for people to communicate with you. read on...
Changing your Email Password
Have you forgotten your email address password or you're in need of a new one? read on...
Configuring an email client
In this article, you will find the correct way of setting up your email account on your personal device, whether it's a laptop/desktop or mobile. While each email client can be different in its layout, the settings that are needed are the same. read on...
Setting up an Email Forwarder
Email Forwarding is a way of forwarding or sending messages from one address, on to another. It can be useful if you want to have multiple contact addresses for different purposes but you only want to have to check one mailbox for all of the emails. read on...
Configuring Autoresponder for your Email Account
Are you in need of an automated message, when they try to reach you over Email? read on...
How to access Webmail
Are you looking to access your emails over the Web? This article will cover the steps needed for achieving this. read on...
Email Settings
Are you looking to setup your personal email address on your device? If so, this article will help you out to achieve this. read on...
Setting up MX Records
At Stablepoint, you can setup your own MX Record, if you are looking to use another mail provider, such as G-Suite's Gmail or Microsoft Office365. read on...