A mailing list is useful if you are going to email multiple recipients or subscribers regularly. You can create a mailing list easily using cPanel and this tutorial guide will teach you how to do just that. Step 1 – Login into your server’s cPanel. Step 2 – Go to “Mailing List” from the […]
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When accessing any directory (example: http://yourdomain.com/images/) that does not have an index file, all the available folders and files in that directory will be shown. To enable directory listing, you need to add a line of code into .htaccess and place it in your public_html folder. Step 1 – Login into your web server […]
Step 1: Locate the HA Proxy config file and execute the following command using your web server’s SSH terminal. vi /etc/haproxy.cfg Step 2: Edit the configuration file by adding the following codes. listen http_proxy 192.168.0.1:80 mode http balance roundrobin cookie SERVERID insert indirect nocache server web1 192.168.0.2:80 check cookie server web2 192.168.0.3:80 check cookie […]
AspMaxRequestEntityAllowed property specifies the maximum number of bytes allowed in the entity body of an ASP request. If a content length header is present and requires an amount of data greater than the value of AspMaxRequestEntityAllowed, IIS may return a 403 error response. You may also experience cases when an uploaded file is not present […]
If your website deals with important informations such as credit card numbers or any real life personal information and/or has money based transaction and payment, it is best to ensure your visitors are browsing your site over a secure connection. An easy way to ensure your visitors’ connection to your website is secured, you can […]
Wondering how is your website performing? Here is a list of tools that can help you to check your website uptime and performance. 1) www.200please.com This is a free online tool to track and check your site uptime and performance from all over the world. This free tool is available at www.200please.com.
1.) First, create a plain text file and name it as ‘phpinfo.php’, add the following lines into the plain text. < ?php // Show all information phpinfo(); ?>