Tag: cPanel

How to add, delete or rename database in cPanel

How to add, delete or rename database in cPanel

Tips
A database or databases are very important when running some functions of your website, especially if you are using a content management system CMS like WordPress, Joomla, Magento, Drupal just to name a few. CMS often offers several key features, these may vary from CMS to another, but the core functions are often common and include; indexing, search and retrieval, format management, revision control, and publishing. They all depend on databases, and the biggest is MySQL. Databases are thus a collection of information that is organized so that it can be easily accessed, managed and updated. If you are using a tool that needs a database, your hosting company would give you the cPanel which has several advantages including the database wizard. This wizard guides you through ...
How to Install WordPress from cPanel Using Softaculous

How to Install WordPress from cPanel Using Softaculous

Tips
WordPress remains the most popular Content Management Systems (CMS) in use by millions of websites and especially bloggers with tools like Softaculous. This WordPress CMS also offers a ton of great features and also boasts of wide support for developers and support forums since it was first released in May 2003. There are two ways to install WordPress. You can download the latest version on a central repository at www.wordpress.org and set up the software manually or use if you are using a host who provides a Cpanel, you can utilize the automatic script installer like Softaculous. Read The Fastest 5-Minute manual WordPress Installation It today's guide, we will give you a step by step guide on how to use Softaculous to set up WordPress on your site via Cpanel. It is quite a fast pr...
Simple ways to install paid and free premium WordPress themes in 2020

Simple ways to install paid and free premium WordPress themes in 2020

Themes, Tips
New year is coming up and you probably want to build your new blog or website or even just want to update your WordPress themes to reflect a new fresher look. WordPress offers the best and simplest ways to do so. Most WordPress themes come with One Click Demo Import for installing your demo to ensure you get the same look as on the default demo from the theme developer. So to answer you there there is a simple way to install paid WordPress theme, here is how; There are four main methods to install a WordPress theme: Auto install a theme from WordPress themes directory Upload and install a theme (zip format) Install theme through FTP (coreftp, filezilla) Install a theme via CPanel (Hostgator, Bluehost, Siteground etc.) → Click here to Claim this Exclusive B
How to disable automatic WordPress updates without a plugin

How to disable automatic WordPress updates without a plugin

Plugins, Tips
WordPress updates can be either automatic, meaning your blog will install and update by itself as soon a new WordPress version is out, however you can set your blog to manual update, here you will be able to manually update by yourself. Most automatic WordPress updates are done on Plugins and WordPress Versions, despite the security benefits such as patches for bugs and vulnerabilities, there is a slight chance that such updates can break your website due to existing incompatibilities and even bugs. These are the four main WordPress update types: Core updates Plugin updates Theme updates Translation file updates The core updates category may be further broken down into three different types: Core development updates – the latest development version of WordPress,