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CloudFlare is mostly used in the main domain only. So, you don't need to do DNS settings first. Simply choose a domain name and activate CloudFlare. So instantly CloudFlare is active. For more details, please read the CloudFlare Settings Guide on cPanel

Published on: 3/2/21, 6:12 PM

To find CloudFlare nameservers, make sure you have a CloudFlare account first. For those who don't have it, please register at then click Sign Up. After you have an account, then you can do the following step by step

Published on: 3/2/21, 6:11 PM

MultiPHP is a feature where users can have several PHP versions on hosting. Quoted from cPanel , MultiPHP is designed to meet the needs of various customers.

Published on: 3/2/21, 6:10 PM

The .htaccess file is a "hidden" file that is used for configuration settings and server security. So in this .htaccess file, there are various codes used for setting access rights

Published on: 3/2/21, 6:09 PM

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. Quoted from Wikipedia , FTP is an internet protocol that runs within the application layer which is the standard for sending computer files between networks

Published on: 3/2/21, 6:08 PM

Want to know how? Here are the steps on how to password protect the hosting folder in cPanel.

Published on: 3/2/21, 5:43 PM

This has an impact on hosting capacity and hosting specifications that need to be upgraded. The more visitors, the more necessary hosting upgrades. When should you upgrade your hosting?

Published on: 3/2/21, 5:40 PM

After the website backup is complete, you will get a backup file. When a website is exposed to unwanted things, for example, it becomes the object of hacking, you don't need to worry.

Published on: 3/2/21, 5:38 PM

Backup is done for menghindari hilangnya data penting dari suatu website. The cause of the loss of important data can be in the form of human error, cybercrime, or several other factors such as natural disasters, hardware damage and others.

Published on: 3/2/21, 5:37 PM

Yarn is a package manager made by Facebook for the system to be created. Never heard of a package manager? A package manager is a package of installing, updating, configuring and removing software.

Published on: 3/2/21, 5:35 PM