How to view and edit .htaccess file on cPanel

1. Login into cPanel 2. Navigate to File Manager under the Files section 3. Navigate to settings, as shown in the image below 4. enable ‘Show Hidden files’ and click ‘Save’ 5. Navigate to your folder, public_html; you should see a file name .htaccess file; right-click and click Edit.

How to connect your Domain Name with Blogger

To personalize your blog’s website address, you can buy a domain and point your blogger site to your domain name. 3. Under the settings, Click on ‘Custom domain’ under Publishing Section 5. Once you click on Save, the blogger page will generate an error, copy the two Cnames and add […]

How to fix mixed content SSL errors on WordPress

It’s possible with an active SSL on your domain name, you still experience an SSL security sign, as shown below; the issue occurs due to one or two links in your script still containing ‘http://’ instead of ‘https://’, especially image URL, to avoid this error, you need to make sure […]

How to add reCAPTCHA to WordPress site

reCAPTCHA is a CAPTCHA system that enables web hosts to distinguish between human and automated website access. It helps to block unnecessary BOT that uses up site bandwidth and also helps to eliminate email spam on a contact form page. 1. You need to generate reCAPTCHA keys, visit  google […]

How to install WordPress via Softaculous

WordPress is an open-source content management system (CMS) and is widely used to build a beautiful website with hundreds of free templates, you can easily install WordPress in less than 5 minutes via cPanel using Softaculous. Please follow the steps below; 3. The Softculous App installer will take you to […]