How to recover a lost cPanel Password?

If you lost your cPanel password or the one provided in the welcome email does not work, you can reset it by login our billing portal. Also, you can login to cPanel from billing portal without cpanel username and password. This tutorial shows you how to reset your cPanel password in case you have forgotten […]

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How to change PHP version from cPanel?

ExonHost is using Cloudlinux for Security and Stability. Cloudlinux has a great feature that you can select PHP version as per your requirement. This is very useful feature if your application need specific PHP version. You can easily change the PHP version on your account by following these steps: Login to cPanel Go to PHP […]

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How to enable or disable allow_url_fopen in cPanel

Sometimes, few application required allow_url_fopen need to be on. As allow_url_fopen is managed by PHP.ini, we don’t allow it globally. However, It can be changed from cPanel by following these steps: Login to cPanel Go to PHP Selector from Software Section. Now click on the Select PHP Version. In the next page, you will see […]

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How to disable directory listing in cPanel?

The LiteSpeed web servers default behaviour allows users visiting your website to see the contents of a directory if you haven’t defined a default index file (e.g. index.html or index.php). Leaking such kind of information to the world is very dangerous because malicious users are given a better clue of your website structure or the […]

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How to add new domain to existing hosting package ?

Login to cPanel. You can do that from the details in your email sent by ExonHost or from ExonHost Portal: https://my.exonhost.com/services From Service page, you will see your service list. Under the “Quick Action” you will see “Login to cPanel” button Click “Addon Domains” in cPanel Write your new domain you want to add under […]

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How to increase the PHP Memory limit using .htaccess?

By default, a PHP script can allocate up to 128 megabytes of memory. You can modify this limit by changing the memory_limit directive in an .htaccess file. To change the PHP memory limit, follow these steps: Login to cPanel Then go to File Manager from cPanel. Now go to your document root and open .htaccess […]

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How to set the PHP maximum upload file size in an .htaccess file

Unable to upload large file to WordPress? No problem. You can increase the file size by adding rule in .htaccess Login to cPanel Go to File Manager from cPanel. Now go to your document root and open .htaccess file by right click. Then click on the “Edit” Now put the following code. And update as […]

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How To Access cPanel

How Do I Access My cPanel Account? There are a few ways that you can access your cPanel account, the first of which is adding /cpanel to the end of your domain name in a web browser. or use our temporary login url which is sent by email. If for some reason the aforementioned method […]

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