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How To Get Speed-host-ing Even Small Package

How To Get Speed-host-ing Even Small Package

Speed Host

We all know that website speed matters. No one likes a slow website. Even the most causal of all web users will prefer faster websites over slower websites. It’s become so important that Google uses the website loading speed as a ranking factor, so don’t hesitate! Get your website loading time as low as possible. Though You Ca Also Use Cloudflare But Is Not Well Recommended.

Today I’m going to show you how to improve the speed of your WordPress website. You will also learn how to check the speed of your website along with tips on reading the test results.

By following this information, you’ll learn how to keep your WordPress website fast!

The speed optimization process is pretty standard for most websites. It involves a database & script optimization, image resizing and compression, and a few other adjustments. WordPress websites we build have these optimization methods built into their designs.

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Pingdom Tools PageSpeed

 

Pingdom Tools lets you select from a list of test locations. When assessing a client’s webs

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te, I’ll run tests from a few locations. When I do this, I take into consideration the client server location and where their target demographic lives

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Now That You Have this tool, Kindly Checkout Our Hosting Package

 

How to get WHMCS License For Free

Hello guys,

Today, i will like to explain how to get unlimited whmcs license for free. We all know the purpose and features of whmcs as it stand for (WEB HOSTING MANAGEMENT COMPLETE SOLUTIONS). It’s not new as most of us know how much this plugin cost in market, This make us go extra mile and make sure we offer 100% Free whmcs billing software, This only require your opt in for any of our cheapest web hosting reseller packages with this you will be able to create unlimited cPanels on reseller account and we also offer free whmcs domain reseller module with cheapest prices for all our domain names. What are you waiting for, feel free to get in-touch with us if you need any assistance.

 

Kind Regards!

How To Verify Your Domain Ownership On Google Webmaster Console

How To Verify Your Domain Ownership On Google Webmaster Console

Hello guy,

Many people had been asking me for the tutorial on HOW TO VERIFY DOMAIN OWNERSHIP ON GOOGLE WEBMASTER CONSOLE.

Today, we are going to look at this in the best procedure on NET.  I’m going to teach you how to do this on cPanel as this seems to be the most commonly use, this also work with other panels such as DirectAdmin, and even you can also use it on Blogspot, but you may need some other techniques.

  • Step 1.

Open Google Webmaster Console on your browser, then login your Gmail account and click on Add Property.

  • Input your domain and click on CONTINUE button,

Domain ownership verification on webmaster console

  • Now login to your cPanel, under DOMAIN SECTION click on ZONE EDITOR

  • Then you will just click on MANAGE button, to continue.

  • After this, you will have to create the A TXT RECORD for the code that you copied from webmaster console.

  • Create the A TXT RECORD

  • After you have create the txt record, then you will need to go back to Google webmaster console to verify it. This most take some hours

  • If after you click on verify and it shows error, that means the record that you created isn’t yet effective and you may need to wait for some hours and try again till you get the below screenshot message.

 

With this, you should be able to have successfully verify your domain ownership and don’t forget to also submit your sitemap.

ALSO CHECK: How To Link My Blogspot Site To WordPress Blog

How do I check the disk usage of my cPanel/Whm reseller account?

How do I check the disk usage of my cPanel/Whm reseller account?

Check disk space usage of all cPanel accounts

To check allotted disk space and current disk space usage for specific account, follow these steps.

  1. Log into WHM with your reseller account.
  2. Locate Account Information section and select List Accounts.List Accounts
  3. In next screen, you would see list of cPanel accounts along with allotted disk space quota and actual disk space usage columns.

Check disk space usage of entire reseller account

To check disk space usage of entire reseller account, follow these steps.

  1. Log into WHM with your reseller account.
  2. Locate Account Information section and select Create New Account.
  3. Scroll down to bottom of the page, under Account Creation Resource Information section, you will see the total disk space and bandwidth for the entire Reseller account.

How To Create A Web Hosting Business With WordPress – “WHMCS” Tutorial

How To Create A Web Hosting Business With WordPress – “WHMCS” Tutorial

Team #Abollyhost share you a tutorial on how to create a ” Web Hosting Busssiness With WordPress

With this simple and fastest Trick on how to do it .

Incase you might busy watch/Download for the future purpose.

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Most of our customer really enjoy the nice build up content.

Some Days Ago Now Many People Have been Looking for how to Start A Web Hosting Busssiness With WordPress “WHMCS Tutorial”

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Installing WHMCS through Softaculous

Installing WHMCS through Softaculous

The easiest way to install WHMCS is via Softaculous and takes just a few minutes…

Thanks for watching.

Installing WHMCS using Softaculous

  1. Log into your cPanel interface.
  2. Locate and click on the Softaculous installer tool in the Software/Services category.
  3. Once in the Softaculous tool, type in “WHMCS” in the left hand sidebar search tool. Then click on the WHMCS option.
  4. From the WHMCS page, click on Install.
  5. You will need to fill out the intall form with specific information. Be sure to read and follow the directions for each field. You will need your license key to complete the form.
  6. Once the form is completed, click on the Install button.
  7. The program will now install. Once completed, it should give you a message of a successful installation.

and you have successfully installed

WHMCS BILLING SOFTWARE

Completing the ‘Getting Started Wizard’ in WHMCS for integration with Reseller Hosting

Once you have installed WHMCS, the first screen you will be greeted with when logging into WHMCS is the ‘Getting Started Wizard’. As a AbollyHost Reseller, you are able to completely automate the provisioning process for new accounts from within WHM, using its built in cPanel / WHM integration.

Getting Started Wizard – General

The General screen is where you will enter your basic company information. You can also upload your logo through this screen and add your address which would be displayed on your customers invoices. This section is self explanatory – once complete, click ‘Next’.

Getting Started Wizard – Payments

The payments screen allows you to define the payment methods you want to accept from your customers. We recommend you use PayPal as a minimum, however we would strongly encourage looking at ‘Stripe’ or WorldPay for credit / debit card transactions.

Getting Started Wizard – Domains

If you are looking to allow automatic registrations for domain names, there are a few options to choose from however, we also have a domain reseller module which you can enable separately from this screen (requires additional steps). For a full guide on how to use our domain reseller module, click here.

Getting Started Wizard – Web Hosting

This is an important part of the integration with your AbollyHost account. Please note that ALL of the information required for this screen will be in your WELCOME EMAIL. Hostname / IP: IN YOUR WELCOME EMAIL (this is the ‘name’ of the server) Username: your WHM username Password: your WHM Password Nameservers: This information will also be in your welcome email – the nameservers you need to enter here will vary depending on the type of service you have purchased from us.

How to Point a Domain Name to Your Site

How to Point a Domain Name to Your Site

One of the most common questions I get asked after somebody has bought a domain name is “What do I do now?”.

You have the web hosting package and you’ve bought the domain name and now you need to put the two together so that you can display a website.

What you need to point a domain at your website

Before you can follow this tutorial you’ll need to have done two things first.

  1. Registered a domain name. You can’t point a domain at a website if you don’t own a domain name! If you haven’t got yourself a domain name yet then you can start Create One By Purchase it From From The homepage Register Now.
  2. Ordered a web hosting account. Your web host is where your website files are kept and you’ll need a host to provide you with the DNS settings (or Domain Name Servers) you need to point the domain at your hosting. See Choose a Web Host if you haven’t completed this step yet.

Connecting your domain to your hosting

Step 1:
  • Find your web hosts’ DNS (domain name server) settings.
  • Usually these Insert ns1.abollyhost.net & ns2.abollyhost.net
  • You should have received these via email when you signed up for hosting.
Step 2:
  • Add name servers to your domain with Our Host Nameseverver
  • Log into your registrar account and find the section for custom name servers.
  • Most registrars will have it labeled as DNS Settings or Domain Name Server Setup.
Step 3:
  • Wait up for between 48-72 hours for the changes to take effect.
  • Once the name servers have been updated, it can take a while to take effect.
  • Sometimes your name servers might update and change over in two hours or less.

                           You can also Park your domain to our host by insert our DNS

  1. Find your domain name server settings. When you join a web host you usually receive a confirmation email which gives you login details like your username and password. In this welcome email, you should have also been sent the DNS or domain name server addresses to use. These will look like this: ns1.abollyhost.net More popular hosts with lots of customers might have ns1.abollyhost.netIf you don’t have these then you can find them by:
    • Asking your web host. A simple email or support ticket to your web host should get you a response within 24 hours. You can then note down your name servers and move to step 2.
    • Logging in to your admin panel. Most commercial, shared hosting companies use an admin panel called cPanel (an easy to use interface to manage your hosting). The name server addresses are sometimes displayed in the sidebar of this panel – depending on the host.

    Whichever way you find the DNS addresses, when you have them you can move on to the next step.

  2. Save your name servers with your registrar. The next step once you have your name servers is to log in to your registrar admin panel, find the domain you want to set up and copy-paste the name server addresses into the DNS Settings or Domain Name Server Setup area. This changes for each host, but most of them will be labeled either DNS, Name Servers, or Domain Name Servers.If you really cannot find where to save your DNS settings then you just need to log a support ticket with your register asking for their help. If you include the domain name you want to update and the name servers from your web host in the ticket, most registrars will update them for you.
  3. Wait for your DNS settings to update. It can take 48-72 hours for the DNS to update (also known as DNS Propagation). When this happens, people who visit your domain name (i.e. yourname.com) will see the landing page or live folder of your web hosting account.In some cases this change can happen in less than 30 minutes as modern technology makes the process much quicker. Once it has gone through, you have successful pointed your domain name to your website.

Next steps

The next step after pointing your name servers to your web host is to actually build a website to replace the default site that is currently displayed. Use How to Create a Website: The Complete Beginner’s Guide to decide which option(s) you choose for building your website.

The guide will take you from a blank website to a fully functioning site in as little as 30 minutes and will make it as easy as possible for you.

How to edit php.ini on shared servers from ftps

How to edit php.ini on shared servers from ftps

With the help of PHP Selector implemented on our shared servers, you can easily modify basic PHP settings in your cPanel > section Software/Services Select PHP Versionmenu.
However, advanced PHP settings are missing from PHP Selector tool, and they need to be manually configured in the php.ini file. Feel free to download php.ini for different PHP versions below in the Attachments section at the end of the guide.

When all updates are completed, make sure that you rename the file to php.ini. In order for the php.ini to work add Lsapi_phpini directive.

To find out the current PHP version and configuration, refer to the below steps.

How to check PHP version and configuration

There are two ways to check PHP version set for the account. By default, we have PHP 5.6 set on our shared servers.
To check what PHP version is selected for your account go to cPanel Software section > Select PHP versionmenu:

You will see the current PHP version above PHP extensions:



Another way to check PHP version is PHPinfo() function, commonly used to check the current state of PHP configuration. It can also be used for debugging purposes as it contains all EGPCS (Environment, GET, POST, Cookie, Server) data.

To run the function, follow the steps below:

for cPanel Basic theme
for cPanel Retro theme

for cPanel Basic theme:

1. Log into your cPanel account, go to Files section > File Manager menu:

2. Navigate to public_html directory, click on New Fileand create a phpinfo.php file:

3. Find the newly created file in the list and click on Code Editor:

4. Add the lines of the code provided below to the file and click on Save Changes:

<?php
phpinfo();
?>

5. To see the detailed information about PHP configuration of your account, open http://yourdomain.com/phpinfo.php link in your browser, replacing yourdomain.com with your main domain name.

NOTE: For security reasons, do not forget to delete the file once you check all the necessary information.

for cPanel Retro theme:

1. Log into your cPanel account, go to the section Files File Manager menu:

2. Navigate to the public_html directory, click on New Fileand create a phpinfo.php file:



3.Find the newly created file in the list and click on Code Editor:

4. Add the lines of the code provided below to the file and click on Save Changes:


<?php
phpinfo();
?> 

5. To see the detailed information about PHP configuration of your account, open http://yourdomain.com/phpinfo.php link in your browser, replacing yourdomain.com with your main domain name.

NOTE: 
For security reasons, do not forget to delete the file once you check all the necessary information