1. Google has setup nameservers to use if you would like to point your parked domains to Google Adsense for Domains.


      However, you can only use one Google product per domain


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    1. Sometime using cPanel with PureFTP you will get the following error message when trying to list all files in your FTP client.

      226 Output truncated to 2000 matches

      Find the pure-ftpd.conf file on your server and change the following setting to how many files are required to be displayed:

      LimitRecursion 2000 8

      The pure-ftpd.conf file may be located under:


      After you have made the necessary changes, restart the FTP service.

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    1. These commands are helpful when your host runs suPHP and requires that files have a permission of 644 and folder of 755.

      Set file permissions to 644 recursively:

      find /path/to/apache -type f -print0 | xargs -I {} -0 chmod 0644 {}

      Set folder permissions to 755 recursively:

      find /path/to/apache -type d -print0 | xargs -I {} -0 chmod 0755 {}




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    1. Well it’s good news for website owners because someone has finally made it easy to backup your website files and databases without needing to log into your cPanel control panel every single time.

      Gone are the days when you forget to backup or run out of time to backup your precious data.

      Think about this for a moment…

      What happens when your web host has a failure and your account get’s damaged or worse case scenario, the web host loses everything?

      Do you rely on your web host to take backups for you? Check the fine print of most web hosts terms of service and they will state that they are not responsible for your data, even if it’s their fault. Great isn’t it.

      So what’s the solution. Simple. Backup your data regularly.

      Let me tell you how to do it on cPanel web servers, it’s quite labour intensive.
      a) Go to your http://yourwebsite.com:2082 and enter in your login credentials.
      b) Go to the Backup icon (will look different depending on your cPanel theme)
      c) Click on the link to download the home directory backup (this will take all your files)
      d) Click on the links to download your databases
      e) Click on the links to download your email filters or email aliases.

      Now do that once a week or month for your home directory (files) and everyday for your databases like WordPress, Forums, Shopping Carts, Email Lists.

      No thanks! I have better things to do with my time.

      That’s where Backup Smart comes in. It’s a desktop software application that runs on Windows and MAC OSX. It automates the whole backup process I’ve just outlined for you.

      You just set it and forget it. Backups are done on a schedule set by you, it’s just so easy.

      If you even have just one website with a database then you need this software to protect your assests. But if you have more than one website on different servers with multiple databases then this software is a huge time saver and you’ll wonder how you ever did without it.

      Check out all the details at…

      To Your Success,
      Andrew the ChristianWebby!

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