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How To Set Up Your Weebly Store

Before you can start using your Store through Weebly, there is some information that will need to be set up with your Store. In this guide you will find some general information about the Store, including Shipping and Tax address, as well as Shipping and Tax Rates that are related to the Orders placed.   Where To Find The Weebly Store Setup Step One: Begin by logging into your cPanel and navigating to your Weebly Website Editor. Step Two: Select Edit next to the Site that you will be managing the Products for     Step Three: From the top,… […]

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How To Manage Products With The Weebly Store

The most important part of your Weebly Store is managing the Products and Services that you are offering to your customers. Thankfully, Weebly has an incredibly easy to use interface for managing your products on your site. You can create Products, edit them later on and even put them on Sale. This guide will go through many of the actions you can perform with the products manager in Weebly.   Where To Find The Products Manager In Weebly Step One: Begin by logging into your cPanel and navigating to your Weebly Website Editor. Step Two: Select Edit next to the… […]

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How to Enable Automatic Updates Using Softaculous

Softaculous can help you keep most applications up to date to with the latest versions. Keeping software up to date is not only considered best practice, but can also be critical for a web based application, such as WordPress. The following guide will show you how to enable automatic updates/upgrades for most applications that are installed using Softaculous.   By default, Softaculous should automatically update itself every 24 hours.   Enabling Automatic Upgrades To enable this feature for any application that supports it, follow the steps listed below.   These steps assume that you’re already logged into cPanel.   This… […]

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WHM Tweak Settings Overview

…has a plethora of subtopics you can explore. To find Tweak Settings, login to your WHM and head to Home => Server Configuration => Tweak Settings. Common Tweaks for Performance Turn off Mailman Used for managing mailing lists, but if you don’t utilize mailing lists in cpanel, disabling would reduce CPU usage Set email delivery times to retry every 120 seconds The default is 60 seconds, again, to reduce CPU usage Set Initial default/catch-all for Accounts Behavior to Fail This is to mitigate CPU usage as well as received SPAM. If emails are sent to inboxes that don’t exist, this… […]

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How To Configure Your Weebly Blog Settings

…every option is, and how it affects your site.   Accessing Blog Settings To access your blog settings, just follow these steps: Step 1: From your cPanel, select Weebly.   Step 2: Click on the Edit button to select the site you wish to edit.     Step 3: Select the Edit Site button on Weebly to edit the site in question.     Step 4: At the top of your Weebly panel, select the Settings option.     Step 5: On the lefthand of your Weebly panel, select the Blog tab.     Blog Settings General Posts per Page… […]

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How To Use Member Settings In Weebly

…steps: Step 1: From your cPanel, select Weebly.     Step 2: Click on the Edit button to select the site you wish to edit.     Step 3: Select the Edit Site button on Weebly to edit the site in question.     Step 4: At the top of your Weebly panel, select the Settings option.     Step 5: On the lefthand of your Weebly panel, select the Members tab.     Members Settings Login | Register This section allows you to determine whether there is a visible link on your website for users to log in to… […]

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How To Configure Your Weebly SEO Settings

…affects your site.   Accessing SEO Settings To access your SEO settings, just follow these steps: Step 1: From your cPanel, select Weebly.     Step 2: Click on the Edit button to select the site you wish to edit.     Step 3: Select the Edit Site button on Weebly to edit the site in question.     Step 4: At the top of your Weebly panel, select the Settings option.     Step 5: On the lefthand of your Weebly panel, select the SEO tab.     SEO Settings Site Description The site description is where you describe… […]

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How To Use Hostwinds Weebly Website Builder

Hostwinds Shared Hosting and Business Hosting clients can get started building a website with the help of Weebly Website Builder. We are proud to offer this to our clients and to help making a website easier than ever.   How Do I Use Weebly Website Builder? Step One: Login to the Client Area Step Two: Click on the Manage button next to your Shared or Business Hosting web hosting service Step Three: Click on Login to cPanel from the Actions secton on the left side of the page Step Four: Click on the Weebly icon in the Files section  … […]

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Configuring WHM Automatic Backups

How do I Configure Automatic Backups with WHM?   One of the most important things you can do to protect yourself (and any clients you might be hosting) against security threats and data loss is ensuring everything is properly backed up and saved. Luckily, it’s easy to setup WHM automatic backups.   This feature is currently only support on a cPanel / WHM Instance That Is installed on either a VPS, or dedicated server.   Login to your WHM, and Go to the Backup section you can do this by searching for the word backup in the search bar Go… […]

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Cloudflare Setting Recommendations

…Maintain your visitors’ IP information Allow access to your website for the IPs of the services you use Customize the Error Pages (in paid plan) Build a Page Rule for running your website (Must-have for WordPress users!) Troubleshoot common issues   What Are Cloudflare Additional Settings? This is a pro service provided by Cloudflare that allows you to: Set security level Configure Challenge Passage Browser Integrity Checks Select “I’m under attack mode”   Helpful Related Articles Cloudflare Account Setup Guide Protecting Your Origin IP To Prevent DDOS Attack with Cloudflare Cloudflare Benefits How to Setup and Configure CloudFlare in cPanel… […]

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