cPanel Website Transfer – Part 2 – cPanel to cPanel Migration

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Published on : August 6, 2011 by

cPanel Website Transfer – Part 2 – cPanel to cPanel Migration

cPanel Migration Transferring a Website from One cPanel server to another Skill Level : Beginner In this post, I will explain how to transfer a website from one cPanel server to other. Pre Requisites Server Platform : Linux User requires     : cPanel and SSH access (root) to at-least the Destination server (where the account is […]

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SSL Installation in a cPanel based server

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SSL Installation in a cPanel based server

Before moving to the steps on cPanel SSL installation we are giving a brief explantion on SSL certificates and its working, What is SSL SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a cryptographic protocol which ensure the security of communication over the Internet. SSL encrypt the segments of network connections above the Transport Layer, using symmetric cryptography […]

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cPanel Website Transfer – Part 1 – Changing an Add-on Domain to a Primary Domain

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Published on : July 6, 2011 by

cPanel Website Transfer – Part 1 – Changing an Add-on Domain to a Primary Domain

For Beginners, Learn how to transfer and restore a website in a Linux cPanel envrioment

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Joomla in IIS 7 : SEO Friendly URLs not working

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Published on : April 29, 2011 by

Joomla in IIS 7 : SEO Friendly URLs not working

This post is about how to configure Joomla in IIS

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MySQL for Beginners

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Published on : February 4, 2011 by

MySQL for Beginners

In this post, I’ll explain some MySQL basics that would be very useful for beginners Reset MySQL root password Log in as Root and Stop the MySQL daemon. Then Start the MySQL daemon and skip the grant tables which store the passwords. Now you should be able to connect to mysql without a password. If […]

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