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If you can access your cPanel account, follow these steps to reset your password:1. Log into your cPanel account. (eg: www.example.com/cPanel )2. In the "Preferences" section, click on "Password & Security" Icon. 3. Enter your old password.4. Enter your new password or use a password...

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If you want to receive notification on reaching your disk quota, bandwidth usage limit, reaching email disk quota or want to update your cPanel contact information, follow these steps.1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Preferences" section, click on "Contact Information" Icon. 3. You...

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Switching over to another cPanel theme with a different style is easy and there are two ways to do so.First method: Paper Lantern Theme.1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Preferences" section, click on the "Change Style" Icon. 3. You will see a lot of themes on the themes page. Just...

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cPanel supports a lot of languages, and if you want to change your cPanel language to your native language, you should follow this tutorial.1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Preferences" section, click on "Change Language" Icon. 3. From the cPanel Language Configuration Page, chose your...

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If you don't want to use a 3rd party FTP Software, you can use the cPanel's inbuilt File Manager.1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Files" section, click on the "File Manger" Icon. 3. cPanel File Manager will be open.4. Navigate to the directory where you want to upload...

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1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Files" section, click on the "File Manger" Icon. 3. cPanel File Manager will be open, select the appropriate domain name or folder location, and press the "Go" button.4. Click on the "+ Folder" Icon.5. In the "New Folder Name" field enter your...

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1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Files" section, click on "File Manger" Icon. 3. cPanel File Manager will be open, select the appropriate domain name or folder location, and press the "Go" button.4. Navigate to the directory where your file is located. 5. Right click on the file...

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1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the "Files" section, click on "File Manger" Icon. 3. cPanel File Manager will be open, select the appropriate domain name or folder location, and press the "Go" button. 4. Navigate to the directory where your .htaccess file is located. If you want to...

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If you are receiving a disk space usage warning and don't know which folder is using too much space from cPanel. 1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Files" section, click on "Disk Space Usage" Icon. 3. In Disk Space Usage area you can see which folder/directory is using too...

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1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Advanced" section, click on "Cron Jobs" Icon. 3. Under "Add New Cron Job", click on the "Common Settings" dropdown menu and select an appropriate option such as "Once Per Day" or another suitable option.4. Enter your cronjob php file location or the...

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How to Edit Cronjob?1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Advanced" section, click on "Cron Jobs" Icon. 3. Scroll down to the end of page and under "Current Cron Jobs", locate your cronjob and then click on the "Edit" button.4. Make appropriate changes and then click on the "Edit Line"...

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If you want to receive a cronjob error or notification, you can update your e-mail address from the cPanel's Cronjob Page.1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Advanced" section, click on "Cron Jobs" Icon. 3. Under "Cron Email" you should enter your full e-mail address in text...

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Some software requires older version of PHP like 5.6 while other asks for PHP7. If it happens you need either of the versions, you can switch to it from cPanel. 1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Software" section, click on the "MultiPHP Manager" Icon.3. Scroll down to the bottom of the...

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If you wish to reset the PHP version to the default version, follow these instructions:1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Software" section, click on the "MultiPHP Manager" Icon.3. Scroll down to the end of the page, select your domain from the left side and you will see the option "PHP...

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Do you have multiple domains and you wish to set the PHP version per domain? For example, you have the domains Example1 and Example2 and you want to set PHP7 on Example2 domain and PHP 5.6 on Example1. You will need to do this from the cPanel.1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Software"...

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Do you have a single domain or wish to use ° different PHP version per folder? Do you have an installed PHP 5.x software in a folder/blog and want to use a PHP 7.x instead? If so, you can do this using cPanel and the .htaccess file.1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the "Software" section,...

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