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WordPress Login Screen through Installatron

Have you ever tried to log into your WordPress site through your cPanel but you’ve hit a login screen instead of the dashboard? Annoying, right? Installatron’s auto-login for WordPress is such a great feature until it doesn’t work (of course). Quite often, this happens because the URL that’s stored in the database for that particular […]

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Creating Different Versions of cPanel for different User Groups in WHM

cPanel Packages work great in Domain of One’s Own or Managed Hosting environments where an administrator wants to offer different versions of cPanel to the end user. (i.e. Student vs. Faculty accounts; Beginner vs. Advanced accounts; 1GB vs. 5GB accounts… you get the picture.) Watch the video tutorial below to get a sense of what’s possible, and how you would go about creating your own cPanel packages in WHM. Introduction:…

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What to Consider When Organizing Faculty Sites and Coursework in cPanel

I get asked all the time how to best organize work, specifically for Faculty course sites, within cPanel. Should Faculty put everything in one cPanel, or multiple, separate cPanels? Should they use single application installs or a multisite? Should they use subdomains or subfolders? My small preface here is that there’s no one “right” way to do all of the above. At the end of the day it really comes…

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Thank God for Mental Illness

While I could talk at length about long travel stints away from home and mental illness, I’ll spare you those details. Rather, the misleading title of this post refers to Reclaim Hosting’s latest shared hosting server named after the 1990s … Continue reading

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