By default, Namhost supports cPanel notifications on all our shared hosting accounts. However, not many are aware that you can enable or disable these settings on your cPanel account. These are the following notifications you can enable:
If you host with Namhost, you can simply contact us and we can assist you in enabling Gzip Compression.
If you want to attempt it yourself, you can try as follows:
You will need to add the following lines to your .htaccess file:
While both Linux and Windows may have their advantages and disadvantages, we will only be outlining the key difference between these two operating systems.
A company can outgrow it's hosting package for many different reasons. Normally it is a good sign of a company growing and expanding!
When a hosting package is outgrown it can easily be upgraded to a larger package. Below are the steps to follow in order to upgrade your hosting package:
Moving to a VPS has a lot of benefits and give you a lot more control over your hosing. Below is a list of advantages the VPS provides which your current shared hosting account does not:
The virus scanner in cPanel searches for viruses, trojan horses, malware, and other threats. To run a virus scan, follow these steps:
Please note this tutorial is aimed at advanced users who have a good understanding of DNS zones and how they work. If you are unsure of what these steps will do rather contact us so that we can give you a brief explanation.
To Edit DNS records via cPanel
- Log in to your cPanel account.
- Under the Domains section click on Advanced DNS Zone Editor
NOTE: If you only have Simple DNS Zone Editor available, please contact us.
This guide explains two ways to upload your website files to your Linux Shared Hosting Package. Via cPanel’s File Manager and via FTP.
1. via File Manager:
Here is a complete list of the software that you can install using cPanel's Quick Install. (Please note: we try to keep this list up to date, but it may differ slightly)