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Setup web hosting (DNS and nameservers)
If you have recently bought our web hosting, and are looking to use your domain with this service, you have two options for using our services. Method 1: Managed by RabbitNode
Security Essentials: Hide directory listings
If you don’t have an index file in every directory for your server, the contents of the directories are open for viewing. This can be a serious security issue. To remedy this, do the following: Log in to your cPanel. Then “File Manager” & choose the directory that the .htaccess
How addon domains work
When you buy any of our web hosting plans, you have to setup a domain to go along with it. This domain acts as the main (you could say base) domain for all operations on that site. Addon domains let you connect extra domains as supplements to the main site or as completely different sites altogether. Add-on domains can link to the same place as your base
How to create a .htaccess file
Log in to you cPanel. Click the “File Manager” card. Choose the folder/directory that you want to create the file in. Click the “Create new file” button. In the top right corner in the text box type .htaccess, and in the dropdown, select text file then “Create”. .htaccess is used to make changes to the behavior of your web server. More articles regarding its use are available on our Helpdesk.
Understanding how web hosting works
This FAQ is provided by HostAdvice.com. RabbitNode is not affiliated with the aforementioned. What is Web Hosting? Web hosting is the service of storing data that keeps websites up and running for users. Every single website that is online has a host server, and almost all use a web host to manage that storage. Not all web hosts provide the same level of quality, though. Uptime, and data speed and quantity of transfer are the best measures of a host’s success.
Security Essentials: SSL, TLS, HTTPS, and Let’s Encrypt
Security isn’t fun, but it’s important. Learning about SSL, TLS, and HTTPS is a very fundamental task to making sure your site’s visitors (and even you) are safe from data breaches and other catastrophic events. What? SSL certificates (and therefore HTTPS) is: free easy to setup something all sites should have a way to secure site data & traffic from prying That little green padlock and “Secure” symbol is what HTTPS is. How? Open cPanel. Search “SSL” or “Encrypt”. You w
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