Tutorial Zone (Page -1)

What is a DNS leak and How to fix DNS leak?

DNS Leak- If your requests are flowing through the VPN server, then these data will not be able to track

How to add a new Cron Jobs, how to change cPanel language, password and style? (cPanel Last Part)

Through Cron Job, you can run a script or code automatically on your server after a specific time. For

How to install and manage a SSL for your site? (cPanel Part-6)

SSH (Secure Shell) This protocol is used to log into a remote computer shell from another computer by

How to create and configure a mail account with your domain? (cPanel Part-5)

The main functions of the Email Accounts section are to manage the mail account, creating new mail accounts,

How to create a Subdomain, Aliases and add a Redirection with another domain? (cPanel Part-4)

Site Publisher's main job is to publish your domain. As here, I have 1 domain and 1 subdomain. There

How to create a MySQL Database and connect with a user? (cPanel Part-3)

We are familiar with those websites and localhost, almost everyone is familiar with php MyAdmin. You

How to Upload, Delete and Edit a file on your site through cPanel? (cPanel Part-2)

This page is known as the C-Panel Home-Screen Page, after the login to the cPanel. The C-panel homepage

cPanel Guide for beginner (cPanel Part-1)

The cPanel is a very popular web-based control panel. A website has full control over the cPanel. The

How to use Linux Command-Line on Windows 10?

Microsoft has been investing in making Windows 10 as the best operating system. Microsoft has not only

How to install WordPress on Vesta CP

To install WordPress in Vesta CP, first, you must log in to Vesta CP. From there to the “Database”

How to install VestaCP on CentOS7

Vesta Control Panel (VestaCP) is an open source hosting control panel that can manage multiple websites,

How to install WordPress on CentOS7

WordPress is a free web content management system (CMS), which occupies 30% of the entire Internet

How to install LAMP stack on CentOS7

The "LAMP" stack is a group of open-source software that is usually installed together so that the server