The Manage interface is Liquid Web’s Account and Cloud Management Portal. From Manage it is possible to control your cloud servers and services, whether your deployment is one Storm® VPS (Virtual Private Server), or a combination of many Storm® Dedicated servers and other cloud services.
Manage will help you administer your private network, VPN (Virtual Private Network), CDN (Content Delivery Network), firewalls, upgrades, and much more!
- These instructions are intended specifically for logging into Liquid Web’s Account and Cloud Management Portal, called Manage.
Continue reading “How to Login to Manage”
WP-CLI is a command line tool for interacting with and managing WordPress sites. WP-CLI is very similar in functionality to what drush provides Drupal. If you are already familiar with using cli tools then this will be quick to pick up on. If not, then it may be a good time to start learning.
In this tutorial we’ll learn how to install wp-cli on a server and learn some basics. With WP-CLI you can speed up common maintenance, automate tasks, or even take backups. Continue reading “How to Install WP-CLI”
This tutorial will show you how to manage your suspended accounts page in WHM. This page is the one shown to a visitor when attempting to access a domain of a suspended account. The default page used for this is fairly generic and for some this may not be ideal. By customizing this page you can create a more personal experience for your suspended cPanel accounts. Continue reading “Managing your suspended page in WHM”
In this article we will cover the process of upgrading and downgrading a cPanel account in WHM. This can be an important feature when you need varying predefined resource limits for your accounts. When reselling hosting this is especially useful as it can be common for clients to need their resource quotas adjusted as their business and site grows in popularity. Continue reading “Change an Account Package in WHM”
In this article we will cover the basics of using the Multi-Account functions in WHM to adjust various settings or configurations for cPanel accounts. We will go over how multi-account functions can adjust: IP Addresses, Account Packages, and Account Terminations. Continue reading “Performing multi-account functions in WHM”
This article will show you how to create a default placeholder home page for your cPanel accounts. The ‘skeleton directory’ on linux based systems is a directory where default files and folders can be placed, upon creation of a new account these files will be duplicated into the new users folders. Continue reading “Managing your skeleton directory in WHM”
This article will teach you how to create, modify and delete hosting package presets within WHM. While you can configure each option individually when setting up an account you may find yourself using the same handful of overall settings for a lot of your sites. By creating hosting packages you able to define preset packages with varying resources, making account creation that much quicker. Continue reading “Managing your hosting packages in WHM”
This article will cover the process of suspending a cPanel account in WHM. There are a number of reasons you may want to temporarily or permanently suspend an account. Examples being: non-payment, bandwidth overages, ToS violations, or hacked websites. The process for suspending and un-suspending accounts is nearly the same, you simply select a different button in the end. Continue reading “Manage account suspensions in WHM”
The concept of ‘Kernel hotpatching’, sometimes called live patching, was introduced to the Linux community around 2008. Soon after groups began developing differing implementations of the concept. KernelCare, one of the more popular implementations, was originally released in March 2014 by Cloud Linux, Inc. Continue reading “What Is KernelCare?”
In this article we will briefly cover the basics of monitoring your server via WHM. By following this process you will learn how to find: service status, resource usage, and Apache stats. Continue reading “Monitoring your server in WHM”