What to do when Your Site is Down

My Site Is Down This guide will help you look at various ways to identify why your website is down and help you get your website up as quickly as possible Check if the issue is local to your area or Internet Service Provider (ISP) GeoPeeker is a website so show you what the rest…

Advanced Zone Editor

DNS (Domain Name Service) is how the Internet that converts human-readable domain names (example.com) into computer-readable IP addresses (for example, 192.0.32.10). DNS uses zone files that reside on your server to map domain names to IP addresses. The DNS is also used to tell various services what should be done with your domain name. Such as…

Do You Support PHP, MySQL and/or PERL?

When choosing a hosting provider it is important to understand what software they directly support or offer. We are often asked if we support PHP, MySQL, or PERL on our services and the short answer is yes we do. Here are a few points regarding this question:   All of our servers fully support PHP,…

Definition of Domains Icons

The Domains section lets you set or modify things from Subdomains to Redirects and anything in between.     In this article we we’ll provide a brief description of each icon that is found within this section.     This interface allows you to create a website from a list of available templates.    …

Definition of Security Icons

The Security section in cPanel allows you to keep your site protected and secure from a wide variety of potential threats.     In this article we will briefly cover each option that is available via this interface.     This interface allows you to manage SSH access via SSH Keys.     You can…

Definition of Software/Services Icons

The Software section provided in cPanel grants you access to not only install new software for your site, but to also manage currently installed software.  Let’s going over each of the icons and what they can do for your site.     Cloudflare The CloudFlare interface allows you to manage if CloudFlare is enabled for…

Definition of Databases Icons

The Database section in cPanel allows you to administer every aspect of your MySQL database. Using this interface you can do things such as create new databases, add users to existing databases, and manage database tables to name a few. It is suggested to create all new databases through cPanel before working with them directly.…

Definition of Preferences

The Preferences section in cPanel allows you to customize your cPanel experience by allowing you to modify settings such as the language and the cPanel theme that is used.     In this article we will briefly go over each option that is available in this section.     You can change your account password…

Definition of Advanced Icons

The Advanced section in cPanel allows users to setup and manage more advanced functionality for their website(s).     This article will go over a brief explanation of the icons that can be found in the Advanced section of cPanel.     This interface will allow you to create custom crons to help automate certain…

Definition of Metrics Icons

The Metrics section, previously known as the Logs section, is where you can find comprehensive information regarding the status/traffic of websites associated with your cPanel account. You can also find error related information here as well, along with other metrics that you may find useful.     In this article we will briefly review each…