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How to Create an Additional Web Disk Account in cPanel?
You can use cPanel login details to access your Web Disk. You can also create an additional account for accessing a specific directory on your account so that it can be useful for security purposes.


1. Log into your cPanel account. (eg: www.example.com/cPanel )
2. In the "Files" section, click the "Web Disk" icon.



3. Under "Create an Additional Web Disk Account", enter the details of the new account you wish to create.
Username: folderx
Password: Enter your new password or click the Password Generator button to generate a random password.
Directory: You can leave it blank but it will grant access to the entire directory. If you wish to allow access to only a specific folder, enter the folder location, such as public_html/folderx (the user will only able to access /folderx).
Permissions: Select your option.


Note: If you are using the Windows OS, you will need to mark €œEnable Digest Authentication€�. However, if the server has an SSL certificate signed by a recognized certificate authority and you are able to make an SSL connection over port 2078, you do not need to enable this.


4. Now click on the €œCreate€� button and your new additional account will be created. You can use your new login details to access your Web Disk.
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How to change PHP version on your domain using cPanel?
Some software requires older version of PHP like 5.6 while other asks for PHP7. If it happens you need either of the versions, you can switch to it from cPanel.


1. Log into your cPanel account.
2. In the "Software" section, click on the "MultiPHP Manager" Icon.


3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page, select your domain from the left side of the screen and you will see an option "PHP Version"� with a drop-down menu on the right side. Select the appropriate PHP version from it and click the Apply button.



If will take a few seconds and then your PHP version will change to your selected version.
 
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How to create Cronjob via cPanel?
1. Log into your cPanel account.
2. In the "Advanced" section, click on "Cron Jobs" Icon.
 

3. Under "Add New Cron Job", click on the "Common Settings" dropdown menu and select an appropriate option such as "Once Per Day" or another suitable option.

4. Enter your cronjob php file location or the command you want to run in the Command field.

5. Click on the "Add New Cron Job" button.
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KnownHost VPS
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Stephen King - Carrie
This one was a little off the wall...........
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Welcome To WebmasterHut
Hey everyone, 

I'd like to welcome and introduce you all to Webmaster Hut. A brand new platform aiming to assist webmasters, entrepreneurs, and content creators to engage in a transparent knowledge base as well as share their common interests. Individuals and groups can create themselves a brand image within this community building up their reputation and influence, gain feedback on their projects or simply discuss recent events. 

As a quick tour, The Hub is our central point of discussion where announcements are given, casual chatter can occur or you can ask for feedback on your latest project!

The Marketplace section is home to all services that you wish to advertise. Simply post a new topic in one of the relevant sections and describe what you can do, for what price and also to show off a portfolio to entice your potential customers!

If you're unsure of our rules, take a look at our Community Guidelines which openly outline all our site policies that must be adhered to. if you have any specific questions, feel free to contact us through the Support page and we'll get back to you shortly.

Webmaster-hut is always open to your suggestions and feedback to improve the site! If you have any thoughts to share, don't hesitate to drop a post in our Site Feedback sub-forum.

Thanks for your support,
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Revillution 2019
The current look of Revillution.net's forums. :)
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