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How can I Increase PHP memory limit in cPanel
This guide is applicable for the cPanel servers which have Cloudlinux installed and Cloudlinux's php selector is enabled. To increase php memory limit, login to your cPanel and the follow these steps. Click on "Select PHP Version" on cPanel under Software ...
How to Upgrade a Hosting Account
Configure SMTP mails on wordpress
Get Webmail Emails in Gmail
You can connect your webmail with gmail, so you can read emails directly from your gmail inbox.To do this, follow these instructions. Click on Gear Icon in your Gmail near top right corner and then click on "See all settings". Click on "Accounts and I...
How to login to Wordpress
You can access Wordpress admin using any of these 2 methods 1 Using Wordpress login information To Access wp-admin using this method. Access wp-admin login URL https://yourwebsite.com/wp-admin Enter Your wordpress login information and click Login b...
We provide free SSL with all of our shared cloud hosting plans. The SSL coverage is available for all domains (including addon domains) you host on our severs. When is SSL installed on my new domain? Once you point the domain to our servers using middlehost'...
Which Nameservers should I use on my domain?
If you are using an existing domain with your new hosting account, you will need to update the nameservers to point to the nameservers listed below. We have 4 redundant nameservers spread over the globe to make sure that Your sites resolve as quickly as possi...
Where can I find my cPanel login details?
You can see your cPanel login details in client area. Please follow these steps. From Left side bar in Clientarea, Go to Your Services -> Shared Hosting/Cloud Hosting Select Your Purchased product Click on Login Details Click on Click here to Show login ...
How to Change nameservers?
If You have purchased domain from Middlehost and want to change nameservers of the domain, You can follow these steps. Login to Client Area Click on Domains Under Services menu on left side bar. Click on Your Domain Name Following page with your domain n...
How can I change php version and install extensions
This guide is applicable for the cPanel servers which have Cloudlinux installed and Cloudlinux's php selector is enabled. Login to your cPanel and the follow these steps. Click on "Select PHP Version" on cPanel under Software section. If You want to chang...
Change Default PHP-FPM settings on cPanel/WHM Server
Create the file /var/cpanel/ApachePHPFPM/system_pool_defaults.yaml Add you custom settings php_admin_value_error_reporting : E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE & ~E_DEPRECATED & ~E_STRICT php_admin_value_disable_functions : show_source,system,exec,shell_exec,passthru,pope...
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Secure Wordpress Installations Server-wide (cPanel/WHM)
On a Server where You're not using cageFS and proper configurations a user may be able to access the files owned by other users. It has been known that whenever some hacker/intruder gets access to one account on cPanel Server, he tries to gain access to all s...
How can I change client area password?
To Change Client Area Password, First Login to Client Area and then follow these steps. Click on "Account Details" on left sidebar Click on "Change Password" in new page Enter Your old password and new password and click Save Changes
How can I access cPanel
You can access cPanel using any of these 2 methods 1 Using Client Area To access cPanel using this method, please login to Your client area and navigate to Your Hosting account Click on Services on left sidebar. Select the category of your product (Sha...
How Can I access client area?
To access clientarea click on Client Login button on main website or access it directly using this link https://secure.middlehost.com/clientarea/
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Applicable to VPS/VDS and Dedicated Servers
Using Redis Object cache on Wordpress
Creating a Redis cache instance on your cPanel for WordPress can significantly improve your website's performance by caching the database queries or objects. Below is a guide on how to use it with WordPress using either the LiteSpeed Cache plugin or the Redis ...