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According to the latest SEO standards and Google's announcement, you should have an SSL certificate on your site. Sometimes, when you try to add HTTPS to an exi
Every hosting server supports certain file types that can be uploaded to it. When you get the ‘Sorry, This File Type Is Not Permitted For Security Reasons’
Before you try to make any changes to Cron Jobs, you should know what they are and what they handle. Cron Jobs are used in a Linux server environment that manag
To make every site visitor's experience user-friendly, the browser collects the local data of a site they visit. It means when they revisit the same site, it wi
Many people avoid logging into the cPanel account of their hosting plan and directly use FTP to upload or download a few files. When there are so many FTP conne
Every hosting server sets an upload limit to prevent its users from violating the server allotted to them. If you get the upload_max_filesize error while instal
Maven, by Apache, is a tool used for project management and comprehension, mostly Java-based projects. It is based on POM (Project Object Model). Maven can simp
While managing a site, you might get errors related to SSL, and this makes your site insecure. The browser like Google Chrome will mark unsafe and show a notifi
Many web hosts offer FTP access to edit the core files of a site. FileZilla is one of the most popular tools. While connecting it to your FTP account, you might
When you see the "Your connection is not private" error on a browser while trying to access your site, you don't necessarily need to be afraid of it because it
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