cPanel


After spending hours of work, your website is live now. So, what’s next? Here are a few things we always recommend clients to do: Make sure your website is indexed in search engines Popularize your website by using Social Media Channels Check out our blog posts for instructions on how to implement the two recommendations […]

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How to backup your website files


Posted on Oct 9, 2012

Everyone should backup their websites regularly! It is quick and easy and will give you peace of mind. But why should I back up my own site? Doesn’t Doteasy backup my website anyways? Yes, we do backups of your website, but the backups are mainly for our benefit, for example, the server crashes completely and […]

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We know that for those with little HTML experience, building a website can be both a difficult and tedious task. To help solve this problem, Doteasy has web tools such as our Website Creator and Softaculous to help customers jumpstart their websites without going through any coding. These user-friendly and powerful tools can build a […]

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Overview of cPanel


Posted on Sep 4, 2012

There are many routine website management tools you need to use in order to maintain your website (e.g. File Manager, FTP program, Email Account Setup, Disk Space Usage, etc.). For this reason, a one-page control panel is an indispensable tool for almost all web hosting plans. cPanel in particular, is the leading control panel interface […]

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What is Softaculous?


Posted on Aug 10, 2012

If you are looking for the easy-to-use, app-store model when building your website, then all you need is an auto-installer. An auto-installer is a software that helps you add a shopping cart, photo gallery, forum or any application to your website in just a simple point and click. One of the best auto-installers available is […]

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In one of our previous articles, we talked about the importance of regularly updating your online passwords and how to set a good, strong password.  So, now you have a complex password and change it periodically, what’s next? Stored Password Website owners are required to use FTP to upload files to their websites. Many of […]

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