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Keeping your Wordpress version up to date is important for security and functionality. Additionally earlier versions may no longer be supported and hence vulnerable to attack. Earlier than 2.7 Essentially the process requires you to: 1. Back up your...
Upgrading from Joomla 1.5 is crucial as 1.5 is no longer receiving bug fixes or security updates. You can choose either Joomla 2.5 or 3.4 depending on your current requirements. If you're using a lot of extensions from 1.5 then 2.5 is a good choice. If ...
TO BUY ANOTHER SUBSCRIPTION/HOSTING PLAN, FOLLOW THESE EASY STEPS NEW PLESK (PLESK 11): 1. Log in to your CONTROL PANEL [HTTP://MYCP.CO.NZ] 2. Click on the ACCOUNT tab in your navigation bar 3. Click on the BUY MORE SERVICES button, this will lead...
TO CREATE TO SCHEDULE TASK USING CRONTAB PLEASE FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW. STEP 1. Click here to log into your PLESK CONTROL PANEL [https://hspc.domains4less.net.nz/cp] and login using your EMAIL and PASSWORD STEP 2. Choose your hosting from the SUBSCRIP...
A PLESK backup is not a standard archive where you can extract individual files. It is a Mime encapsulated document with specific Plesk control panel information. Click HERE [HTTP://KB.ODIN.COM/EN/1757]to find out more information about extracting web fi...
Please check the following link to access Plesk 11.5 control panel manual HTTP://DOWNLOAD1.PARALLELS.COM/PLESK/PP11/11.5/DOC/EN-US/ONLINE/PLESK-CUSTOMER-GUIDE/ [HTTP://DOWNLOAD1.PARALLELS.COM/PLESK/PP11/11.5/DOC/EN-US/ONLINE/PLESK-CUSTOMER-GUIDE/]
There are two different ways to display error messages using Plesk on Linux. The first is through Plesk itself, using the Custom Error Documents option and five files in the error_docs/ directory under each domain's home. The second is by using a .htacces...
THERE ARE TWO METHODS TO PREVIEW YOUR WEBSITE ON OUR SHARED HOSING SERVERS. METHOD 1: CONTROL PANEL STEP 1. Log into your Domains4Less CONTROL PANEL [HTTPS://HSPC.DOMAINS4LESS.NET.NZ/CP/LOGIN.CGI?] using your EMAIL and PASSWORD STEP 2. Choose your h...
TO CHANGE YOUR FTP PASSWORD PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS. STEP 1. Log into your Domains4Less CONTROL PANEL [HTTPS://HSPC.DOMAINS4LESS.NET.NZ/CP/LOGIN.CGI?] using your EMAIL and PASSWORD STEP 2. Choose your hosting plan from the SUBSCRIPTION drop-do...
The Application management utility allows you to very quickly and easily install a variety of popular scripts in seconds through your Plesk Panel. Please note that while we offer the ability to easily install many third-party applications, support for the...
There are two different ways to display error messages using Plesk on Linux. The first is through Plesk itself, using the Custom Error Documents option and five files in the error_docs/ directory under each domain's home. The second is by using a .htacces...
When you upload web content through FILE MANAGER or FTP, your control panel automatically sets the appropriate access permissions for files and directories. The permissions are represented as three sets of symbols, for example, rwx r-x r-x. The first se...
THE NEW CONTROL PANEL Our Control Panel has been updated on January 23, 2013. * The home tab * The Subscription drop down box * Domain management * Account settings * Invoices and Billing   THE HOME TAB 1. Home tab The new look HOME TAB ...
TO ADD DISK SPACE FOR HOSTING PLAN, FOLLOW THESE EASY STEPS: 1. Log in to your Openhost CONTROL PANEL [HTTP://MYCP.CO.NZ] 2. Choose your hosting plan from the SUBSCRIPTION drop-down box (top right) 3. Click on the ACCOUNT tab in the navigation bar ...
FOR MANY REASONS, YOU MAY NEED TO CHANGE OR RECEIVE A NEW PASSWORD. IF YOU _CANNOT_ ACCESS YOUR CONTROL PANEL AND WANT TO RESET YOUR PASSWORD, FOLLOW THESE EASY STEPS: 1. Access the login page HERE [HTTP://MYCP.CO.NZ] 2. Click on the FORGET YOUR P...
There are two different ways to display error messages using Plesk on Linux. The first is through Plesk itself, using the Custom Error Documents option and five files in the error_docs/ directory under each domain's home. The second is by using a .htacces...

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