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LOGGING INTO YOUR CPANEL ACCOUNT Instructions on how to access your cPanel and Customer Area are emailed to you when your account is provisioned. Follow the instructions and get in touch [1] if you have any issues. If you have lost the email with the ...
_NOTE: before you set up your Mac to get your mail you will need to follow this guide [1] to make sure you've added the email account in your cPanel._ SETTING UP YOUR EMAIL ACCOUNT IN MAC MAIL To set up your email account in Mac Mail (for Mac OSX):...
Don't know where to start with Ruby on Rails? We've got you covered! _NOTE: you will need SSH access to use Ruby on Rails, which is not provided by default. Simply file a support ticket [1] and we'll have it enabled for you as soon as possible. _ ...
OBTAINING AN SSL CERTIFICATE A Small Orange can provide you with a SSL certificate [1]. If you'd like to buy it from someone else we fully support those as well. Please keep in mind that the SSL certificate will require a Dedicated IP Address ($2/mont...
What Is WHM (Web Host Manager)? Web Host Manager, or WHM, is a powerful program that allows administrative access to the back end of cPanel. Reseller accounts get basic WHM. Dedicated Servers and VPS accounts get root WHM (also called rWHM), which has...
For this guide we're going to demystify WordPress a little bit and show you how easy it is to move a WordPress installation from your current host to A Small Orange. You'll gain an understanding of the basic components of WordPress and see how moving t...
UPGRADING OR DOWNGRADING SHARED HOSTING It's easy to upgrade or downgrade your shared hosting right from your Customer Area. For example, if you are on a Shared Tiny plan you can upgrade to a Shared Medium plan from your Customer Area dashboard. To up...
Changing System Time Zone The time zone used on your Linux system is set in the /etc/localtime file. To replace the /etc/localtime file with the correct time zone file for the time zone you need: * Make a backup of the existing localtime file mv ...
This simple guide should walk you through setting up your domain to work with Google Apps (Mail). 1. Login into your CPANEL (which is usually available at http://yourdomain.com/cpanel -- where yourdomain.com is your actual domain name) 2. Navigat...
This guide assumes that your email is to be received by the server with us and not Google Apps or any other third-party service. This guide also assumes that the email client will be configured for one of your cPanel-created email accounts (cPanel->Ema...
There are new, as of December 2013, regulations and procedures for ICANN [1]'s Registrar Accreditation Agreement. VALIDATING REGISTRANT EMAIL ADDRESSES Starting in January 2014, the registrant contact will need to be validated upon the purchase or ...
This guide will walk you through installing LMD (Linux Malware Detect) on your VPS/Dedicated server You will need to be logged in as ROOT to the server over SSH. Let's create a temporary directory and navigate into it, followed by downloading the...
_Please note that this guide can help you move your WP out of any kind of subdirectory, not just the Softaculous default "wp"._ By default, Softaculous will install your WordPress into a subdirectory called "wp". In order to move it up one level or ...
This guide will walk you through setting up a SPF record for your Google Apps mail. In order to create a SPF record for your domain, you would have to navigate to CPANEL->ADVANCED DNS ZONE EDITOR. _ _ _(if you have more than one domain on your cP...
Oh no! We hope your site hasn't been hacked, but if it has... no fear. There are some things you can do to help re-secure your site and get it up and rolling. Check out the selections below and follow the most applicable directions to your case. If you...
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