5 Reasons to Choose HTS Dedicated Servers

The reason for the growing popularity of dedicated servers can be attributed to the various benefits that these web servers are configured to offer. Here, we shall elaborate on the five main reasons which have ensured the constant high demand for dedicated servers, especially those provided by HTS Ho...
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How Expert Technical Support Ensures High Uptime for Sites

“Customer service is the new marketing, it’s what differentiates one business from another.” These wise words of Jay Baer, accentuate the importance of customer service for any business, especially those businesses that are in the service industry. The significance of expert technical support, ...
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Different Tiers of Data Centres

Data Centre is the latest buzzword in the rapidly developing world of technology. Most of us have come across this word but not all of us know what it exactly refers to. In this blog, we aim to provide comprehensive information on data centres, including its tiers. What is a Data Centre? Data Cen...
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Comprehensive Information on Caching

In this technology-driven world, where we are always on our Internet-connected devices for carrying out our professional as well personal work, there is hardly anyone who has not come across the term “cache”. The information that is being disseminated here will aid in better understanding the con...
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Errors 500, 502, 503, 504 and 508. Reasons and Ways of Fixing

  If you have ever visited a website and received an error page, you know how aggravating it can be. You were looking forward to reading some fascinating information, but the website could not meet your expectations. One of the worst things a brand can do is refuse to give its customers what the...
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Information on Basic Access Authentication

The method by which an HTTP user agent, such as a web browser, provides a username and password while making a request, in the context of an HTTP transaction, is referred to as the basic access authentication. HTTP Basic authentication (BA) implementation provides the simplest technique that is meant...
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Git Guide for System Administrators

The Git Version Control is a feature, which includes much change when compared with the Git default configuration. Certain restrictions are also imposed on cPanel-hosted repositories. cPanel is a popular Linux-based web hosting control panel. Through it, you can manage all services of your web hostin...
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The Backup Configuration Interface

The importance of backups is widely understood. In this context, it is always helpful to have the option to customize scheduled backups. The Backup Configuration interface enables you to do exactly that. This interface lets system administrators customize scheduled backups. The current Backup Configu...
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How to Manage Your Inbox in Webmail

Let us explore that section in Webmail which includes features that aid in managing email. But before we begin, let us touch upon web hosting, which makes it possible to access websites online by hosting the files of websites. Web hosting is provided by web hosting companies and can be of many types,...
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What is Phishing? How Can you Safeguard yourself Against It?

Phishing is one of the simplest forms of cyberattack for criminals to carry out, as well as one of the easiest for victims to fall for. In laymen’s terms, phishing is a type of scam in which you are duped into disclosing sensitive information such as passwords and credit card numbers. However, ...
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Configuring the BoxTrapper Settings

BoxTrapper is a feature that is meant for filtering spam from the inbox by using challenge-response verification. Let us explore this feature in more detail. When an account, which has enabled the BoxTrapper feature, receives an email, this feature automatically sends a verification email in respons...
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The Elements of a Successful E-commerce Website

If you are thinking about starting an e-commerce business, it’s crucial to understand all the aspects and essential elements of an e-commerce website. These crucial features are vital to the success of your website. This post will, however, assist you with the essential components of an e-comme...
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The Address Importer Interface

Address Importer is an interface, which eables the use of two types of files simultaneously for creating multiple email addresses or forwarders for a user’s account. It is possible for you to use Microsoft Excel spreadsheet files (.xls) or CSV files (.csv) for the purpose of importing data. A .cs...
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The Internet of Things (IoT): Why it’s important and for what purpose it can be used

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging technology that establishes a global network of machines and devices that can communicate and exchange data over the Internet. It can, however, be defined as a network of physical objects, such as devices, vehicles, and buildings, that are embedded with el...
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The Email Disk Usage Interface

The Email Disk Usage interface enables you to view all your mailboxes, as well as remove large or old email messages. The information provided here, about this user interface, is valid for versions 82 through the latest version.  Account You need to select the account that has to be modified, fr...
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Ways to Add Security to your Server

Servers are essential components of any organization. Their primary role is to provide both data and computational services. Because of the crucial role that servers play, they must keep confidential organizational data and information. Insecure data is vulnerable to a variety of security threats ...
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The “Manage root’s SSH Keys” Interface

The interface, Manage root’s SSH Keys, is meant to enable you to add, import, as well as manage the SSH keys on your server. SSH keys are divided by the system into private and public key sets in two separate lists.  SSH keys can be used to transfer securely an account from a server, the remote...
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Disabling Prelinking

Today we will explain the process related to disabling prelinking. Prelinking not only causes issues quite often but also isn’t supported as of version 54 of cPanel & WHM. Enabling prelinking can lead to experiencing problems with broken RPMs. So, what is “prelinking”? It is a method that is...
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Configuring Reverse DNS for BIND in WHM

The information contained here is about configuring reverse DNS for BIND in WHM. Pointer records (PTR) are used by Reverse DNS for converting IP addresses to domain names. Forward DNS uses A records for converting domain names to IP addresses.  Certain steps need to be carried out for determining...
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How to Upgrade Plan from Existing Plan in HTS

In the industry, HTS has been named the Best Windows Hosting Company. It offers Linux and Windows users a variety of hosting options. Linux, on the other hand, is the most popular. HTS Solution provides its customers with a variety of hosting options at reasonable prices, with 24*7 customer chat s...
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Configuring Mail Filters

With regard to email filters, these use the criteria specified by you for determining the way in which to handle email messages. The below-mentioned cPanel interfaces enable you to configure email filters.  The Global Email Filters interface. These email filters affect the email addresses of th...
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Copying an Account with SSH Keys

If you are looking for information on how to use SSH keys for securely copying an account from a serv, which is the source server, to another server, which is the destination server, then here’s all the information.  Before elaborating on the main topic, let us digress, and mention in the conte...
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The Effects of Suspending an Account

If you are curious about the effects of suspending an account, then the information provided here will quench your curiosity. The actions that a system performs when you suspend an account have been described here.  It needs to be specified here that bandwidth limiting is different from suspensio...
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Hyper-V and VMware- What the Difference?

To drive efficiency and ROI, organizations today frequently require a large number of servers in various physical locations. The use of virtualization technologies makes this possible. Through virtualization, a single piece of computer hardware can be shared by multiple virtual machines. The popular...
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Common Errors in Account Creation

Let us run you through some of the most common account creation errors, and provide information about the steps to troubleshoot them.  Groupadd and Useradd Errors There can be many reasons for receiving this error.  Immutable files If the immutable flag is contained in the /etc/passwd or /etc...
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Setting Email Send Limits

Every user is allowed by WHM to specify the maximum number of emails, which each domain on his/her server can send in every hour. This proves to be helpful in limiting spam. It also ensures a better regulation of the bandwidth, which the domains on the server use. Before proceeding further, it should...
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Creating a Spam Email Filter

“Spam”, the term itself has such repulsive connotations that our intrinsic response to it is to look for immediate ways to get rid of incoming spam. Luckily, now you can create an email filter, which can sort and redirect incoming spam mails. This proves to be especially useful when the provid...
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Using MyDNS-NG

If you are curious about MyDNS-NG, then let us aid in enhancing your knowledge about it, and provide you all the information regarding how you can use it. MyDNS-NG (MyDNS) refers to DNS server software that is meant for Linux servers. A database is used by MyDNS for storing the DNS zone files of a s...
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Editing Your php.ini File

Do you want to know about one of the ways that will help you to keep your server secure? That’s possible through the settings update of the php.ini  file of the server. This helps to secure the server. The method that needs to be used depends on the version of EasyApache. Now that doesn’t mean t...
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Disabling Filesystem Quotas

Filesystem quotas prove to be very useful as these enable the owners of servers to impose limits on the amount of disk space that is used by an account. This is especially useful for most web hosting service providers as this is at the core of cPanel accounts’ management. However, there can be cert...
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Configuring Microsoft Windows 7 to use TLS Version 1.2

The information contained here explains the process for configuring Microsoft Windows 7 workstation as well as Microsoft Outlook 2010 email clients so that TLS (Transport Layer Security) protocol version 1.2 could be used by these.  Let us quickly touch upon a few important points before getting ...
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Clearing Your DNS Cache

Are you looking for comprehensive information regarding those methods that can help you clear your DNS (Domain Name System) cache, so that you can remove old and/or inaccurate DNS information, which might be causing 404 errors? Then get ready to know about the various methods that will aid you in att...
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Remote Restoration

The content provided here aims to disseminate information about remote restoration. For this purpose, you need to enable account backups as well as Retain Backups in the Default Backup Directory setting in the Backup Configuration interface in WHM. WHM >> Home >> Backup >> Backup Configuration If...
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The Process to Run Backups on Locally-Mounted Remote Filesystems

The information in this blog will come in handy when one wants to or needs to, run backups on remote filesystems that are locally mounted. Running regular backups is extremely essential. Maintaining regular backups aid in many ways, such as letting one have quick access to files, enabling data recov...
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Information Needed to Configure Your SFTP Client

Here you will find all the information that needs to be known for connecting to your cPanel account through SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol). SFTP is not just FTP over SSH; it is a totally separate protocol. Let us touch upon it before proceeding further.  What is SFTP? SFTP is the abbreviat...
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How to Run a Manual Backup

Here is all the information that is needed to run a manual backup.  You need to use the /usr/local/cpanel/bin/backup script for running a backup in WHM through the command line. For running a backup manually, you are required to log in to the command line through SSH. This log-in needs to be don...
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How to Delete a MySQL Database

MySQL refers to an open-source RDBMS (Relational Database Management System). Data is organized into one or multiple data tables by a relational database. The data in these data tables are related to each other, which helps to structure the data.  SQL is the abbreviation for Structured Query Langua...
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How to Restore a User’s Database Access

When the user of a database loses access to databases, the user’s grants to the database can be restored with the aid of the restore grants utility.  Restoregrants Script The restoregrants script can be used to restore the user’s access to a database. For this purpose, it is required to run ...
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How to Set Up Webmail Folders

If you want to know how to set up Webmail folders, then we have all the information for you. Before proceeding ahead, let us touch upon what webmail is. Webmail, or a web-based email, refers to an email service, which one can access by using a standard web browser. Webmail is provided by many Interne...
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What are the differences between Snapshots and Backup in Virtual Machines?

We live in an Information Age, an age where Information Technology has overtaken traditional forms of data collection and storage. Particularly in today’s date, more and more businesses are coming online as it helps reach a wider audience. However, with this comes the need to maintain the data on ...
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Importance of Data Centers

Businesses operate on a global scale nowadays, where data are used and shared extensively. Hence, data have become one of the most critical assets of businesses and need to be governed, managed, and maintained very carefully and efficiently, along with ensuring data compliance. This can often be a da...
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What do you understand by the term PHP?

It is one of the most popular and reliable programming languages for website development. Many famous platforms like WordPress, Drupal, and Magento uses PHP to provide their services. It is the first language that includes HTML codes with no requirement for external files.  How are PHP-CGI and PH...
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What is WHM? How is it different from WHMCS?

WHM and WHMCS are two, completely separate products made by different companies. WHM is part of the cPanel & WHM product made by cPanel, LLC, while WHMCS is made by WHMCS Limited. WHM provides a set of features to manage your cPanel server, its services, and its accounts. WHMCS provides automated fu...
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Bandwidth vs. Latency

Most of us have come across the terms “bandwidth” and “latency” but not all of us know in-depth about the concepts that these terms stand for. It becomes essential to understand bandwidth and latency in order to understand front-end web performance. These two components impact substantially t...
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HyperV vs VMware: Which One to Choose?

If you are reading this, I presume, you already are familiar with the virtualization concept. Also, looking for the reason to choose one between both. So, rather beating around basic terms, let us get started.  For the readers who are new and have zero knowledge about the topic. Allow me to shed so...
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Different Tiers of Data Centers

A data center refers to a physical facility (a building, a group of buildings, any dedicated space inside a building, etc.) that is used by organizations for housing their critical data and applications. A data center houses computer systems, along with the associated components, such as storage syst...
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Disaster Recovery Plans for Data

Disaster recovery, also known as DR, refers to the methods that organizations use to regain access to their IT infrastructure and retain its functionality when any disaster strikes, such as natural calamities, cyber attacks, etc. There are a variety of methods for disaster recovery, which can form a ...
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Content Delivery Network (CDN)

The content delivery network is an extreme-distributed platform for servers that helps to minimize delays in the loading of web page content. CDN reduces the physical distance between the web server and the end-user. It helps users to view content at exact high quality without any delay. Without CDN,...
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Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)

Remote Desktop Protocol allows remote users to control Windows OS on another device. Peripherals like keyboard and mouse are shared with the remote machines. Allows to use and control as you are sitting in front of it. RDP Tool for Windows: - For RDP connections to work, you require two component...
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The Challenges in Database Migration

“What new technology does is create new opportunities to do a job that customers want to be done.”  Since every business exists to cater to its customer's requirements, it is important for every business to embrace emerging technologies that aid in enhancing its overall performance and productiv...
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4 Tips to Create Better UX (User Experience) for your Website

User experience plays important factor while designing and optimizing your website. Although, it is very difficult to pin down exactly how to achieve the quality of UX. Quality of UX can be achieved after end-user interaction. Designers can improve website UX while looking into the perspective of ...
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Website Design that will Last Forever

Website designs need to be changed constantly. If you ask someone about website design suggestions. Most users will tell that design that is temporary. There are many website designs that come and go. And such website designs get easily trashed with time. Many developers and designers don’t use ...
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Memcached and Need of Memcached

Caching: - Whenever any user opens a website to land on the website. Their web browsers send requests for the page to the server. The requested server then processes this request and compiles the webpage and sends it back to the web browser. If your website is receiving low web traffic, your server ...
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What is a Docker?

“It’s not that we use technology. We live technology.” This quote emphasizes the importance of technology in this day and age where technological developments are happening rapidly. Speaking of this flourishing field of technological developments, a Docker is yet another beneficial addition to ...
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Open Source Software

What is Open Source Software? Open-source software is software that is legally available to the end-user. Open source means open to all. Here users can view and can use source code without any cost. There are many open communities that are built to share open-source software. Any user can use open-s...
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Survive DDOS Attack

What is a DDOS attack? Distributive denial of service attack is an attempt to consume server resources with a large number of malicious requests and connections. The server’s primary purpose is to accept all incoming connections. Each connection consumes lots of bandwidth, memory, and processing p...
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What is CMS? Why it is so Easy to Manage?

CMS (Content management system) is computer software used in the creation and management of digital content. Generally, it is software that is hosted on web servers and local computers. CMS enables users to create, edit and publish digital content. CMS provides GUI (graphical user interface) with its...
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How to do 301 Redirect Using Htaccess?

Like other HTTP codes, the 301 redirect process is another error you will find while visiting websites. In simple terms, redirection is a process where users and search engines are redirected to another location from where they actually requested. Very well-known 301 error that is used for implementi...
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What is 404 not Found? How to Fix 404 not Found?

We often encountered a lot of errors while browsing the internet. There are many reasons for showing different HTTP errors. HTTP errors are often reflected when users try to visit any webpage. Such errors do not affect your browsing experience but sometimes it annoys end-users. 404 Not found is anoth...
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What is 502 Bad Gateway? How to Fix 502 Gateway?

Web browser errors are very common things while visiting any website. There are numerous situations when users occurred with HTTP errors. Whenever users visit any website web browser sends a request to a web server. The web server response back with the requested webpage. Depending on the condition i...
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What is a default Configuration? Why you Should Consider Changing Default Configuration?

Default configurations are the predefined settings/ configuration offered by the companies. Most users find it more convenient to use the default configuration. As they don’t want to make any changes. The default configuration comes under different aspects. Companies always advise their consumers t...
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Why is Load Balancer Required for your Website?

Load Balancer: - Load balancing works in distributing incoming traffic to different backend servers. Dynamic-modern websites serve with hundred or even million concurrent requests from users. To easily manage such requests, load balancers are used. Load balancer operates as traffic police that sits...
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What is softaculous? What are its features to use efficiently?

Script libraries are often used in many development phases to automate your tasks. Softaculous is the most used scripting library which gives automated solutions to install different frameworks in one click. Softaculous main aim is to automate all the installation process in a single click. And spend...
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What is LAMP?

LAMP’s Detailed Explanation LAMP is the acronym for Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python. These (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python) are its 4 original open-source components. It is one of the most common examples of a web service stack. LAMP best serves the purpose of building dynamic websit...
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Comprehensive Information on SMTP Commands

SMTP Commands SMTP commands are the commands that are used by a client computer to communicate with an SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server. Before elaborating on SMTP commands, it is imperative to understand what an SMTP server is. An SMTP server refers to that application that serves the ...
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Advantages of SSDs

What is an SSD? Living in a world that is driven by technology requires adaptation to an ever-changing and thriving world of technological developments. Old technology is being replaced constantly by new, to enhance productivity in every field where technology is used. One of its examples is the ne...
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