Please make sure, that IMAP access is enabled in the account settings. Login to your account and enable IMAP. You also need to enable “less secure apps” (third party apps) in the Gmail settings: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/6010255?hl=en See also: How to enable IMAP/POP3/SMTP for Gmail account
SMTP Server (Outgoing Messages)
IMAP Server (Incoming Messages)
SMTP Server (Outgoing Messages)
IMAP Server (Incoming Messages)
Note: If the above settings are not working for your account, then login into the outlook web app, go to the “Settings” > “Options” > “Account” > “My Account” > “Settings for POP and IMAP Access”.
When a request is handled by Railgun, Cloudflare inserts a header with diagnostic information to track how the protocol is doing. If you want to see these headers, you’ll need to use a browser that supports examining header information.
Microsoft Internet Explorer: You can use a tool like Fiddler
When you are looking for the header information, you should be seeing Cloudflare headers like the following in the response:
cf-railgun: e95b1c46e0 0.02 0.037872 0030 9878
The CF-Railgun header has up to five codes separated by a space. In order, these codes and their corresponding values from the example of cf-railgun: e95b1c46e0 0.02 0.037872 0030 9878 listed above are:
Railgun Request ID: e95b1c46e0 (internal process number that allows us to track what connection handled a request )
Compression Ratio: 0.02 (the size of the response after Railgun’s delta compression expressed as a percentage)
Origin Processing Time: 0.037872 (that Railgun waits for the origin web server to generate the page)
Railgun Flags: 0030 (how a request was processed)
Version Number: 9878 (indicates the version of the Railgun Listener software on the origin server’s network)
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1. Adding cloudflare for your domains which will protect your domains from Unwanted Traffic/Attack/Bot Access
2. Add robots.txt to understand Search engines to crawl your sites.There are lot of Crawl bots which will give unwanted traffic to your websites which will also cause Overloading on servers like (EP hits)
So create an robots.txt file under your public_html and place the below code :
If you want to add any other search engines to crawl your site you can add it in the above code
Follow the Above steps for all your domains which is an recommended thing !
For WordPress Users kindly change the File permission of 2 files under your WordPress root wp-cron.php and xmlrpc.php to Permission 000
You can change it from your cPanel > Filemanager As these 2 files will cause overloading on servers by giving unwanted traffic
Add Heart Beat Plugin to control the admin-ajax.php Once installed WP Admin > Settings > Heartbeat Control > Disable the heartbeat for All 3 Options and click save
Add loginizer which will protect your sites from WP Login attacks (These attacks on most common your websites will be facing daily) So its best way to change your WP Admin portal URL (VERY RECOMMENDED)
Keep your WP Core,Plugins,Themes Up to date
Remove any Un-used themes or plugins
Don’t use Jetpack Plugin as it will Eat the Resource
You can now order your preferred domain name for your website along with UK web hosting services, to get your website published in just a few minutes.
Below tutorial will guide you to select your domain name and order web hosting services at WebHostUK Limited
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Select the desired type of hosting such as :
Cloud Hosting: https://www.webhostuk.co.uk/web-hosting.html or
WordPress Hosting: https://www.webhostuk.co.uk/wordpress-hosting.html or
Reseller Hosting : https://www.webhostuk.co.uk/reseller-hosting.html or
Managed VPS server : https://www.webhostuk.co.uk/vps-hosting.html or
Managed Dedicated Server: https://www.webhostuk.co.uk/dedicated-hosting.html and many more.
Today, we will order a shared hosting plan ..
Lets order Linux Standard Cloud Plan which costs £14.99 per year + VAT
To get started please visit https://www.webhostuk.co.uk/web-hosting.html
Click on “Order Now” button below “Linux Standard Cloud” plan
Choose your domain option:
1) To register a new domain, select “Register a new domain” 2) To transfer your existing domain from your old registrar over to us, select option “Transfer your domain from another registrar ” 3) To keep your domain with your old registrar and use our nameservers, select “I will use my existing domain and update my nameservers “.
Let’s choose to register a new domain. So select option 1 and enter your desired domain name. You can also select your desired TLD (such as .co.uk or .com etc) from the dropdown menu. Click “Check” and the wizard will search for domain availability. If it is available, it will show a “Congratulations” message..
Click on “Continue” Select your preferred billing term for web hosting, such as Annual, Biennial or Triennial. You can also choose from several addons that you can select along with web hosting. Click on “Continue” to proceed to next step.
You will be asked to configure your domain details. Enter your valid details and click on “Continue”
This is the final screen which says “Review & Checkout”. Here you can see the web hosting product billing duration that you selected earlier. Below you will see your domain name. By default it will be registered for 1 year. However, you can increase your domain registration to longer duration such as to 2 / 3 years.
Click on “Checkout” Enter your valid details such as Name, Address, and select mode of payment to finalize your order.
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We have recently noticed, Mysql error poping up in cPanel when trying to access “Mysql Databases” tool.
The error mentions about “The MySQL server is currently offline” and also about mysql privileges warning such as “Error encountered while fetching data: There is no such grant defined for user ‘xxxx’ on host ‘localhost’ DBDISKUSED yyyyy 1909382 DISKUSED 1909382 DB zzzzzz DBUSER USER xxxxxx“
We are aware about the error which is due to changes in grants in MariaDB 10.3.23. cPanel team is working on the above error and they also have updates posted at:
Setting up the Wordfence Security plugin is very simple, but there are a few areas you really wanna make sure are running, like the Firewall.
Click on Wordfence on the left-hand admin panel and select the Dashboard option. This will pull up the main settings page of the plugin. All of the information you need to see is on this page including the last scan, malware blocked, IP addresses blocked, etc.
The most important part of this security plugin is the Firewall. It will prevent most malicious activity on your website. This is a PHP based application level firewall.
The Wordfence firewall offers two levels of protection. The basic level which is enabled by default allows the Wordfence firewall to run as a WordPress plugin.
This means, that the firewall will load with rest of your WordPress plugins. This can protect you from several threats, but it will miss out on threats that are designed to trigger before WordPress themes and plugins are loaded.
The second level of protection is called extended protection. It allows Wordfence to run before WordPress core, plugins, and themes. This offers a much better protection against more advanced security threats. Click on the Firewall option to access its settings page.
Click on the Optimize the Wordfence Firewall button. It will run a test to determine the best setting to use. You may pick your own setting, but I would recommend following Wordfence’s recommendation.
You may pick your own setting, but I would recommend following Wordfence’s recommendation. Click on the Continue button once you have made your selection.
Click on the Download .htaccess button. This will allow Wordfence to run before your core WordPress files. This adds an extra layer of protection because a firewall cannot protect these files making them vulnerable to hackers. Click on the Continue button once you have the file downloaded.
You will also notice a Learning Mode button. When you first install Wordfence, it attempts to learn how you and your users interact with the website to make sure that it doesn’t block legitimate visitors. After a week it will automatically switch to Enabled and Protecting mode.
To scan your website at any time, click on the Scan option.
Click on the Start a Wordfence Scan button. The free version comes with a default automatic 24-hour scan. If you upgrade to the premium version you can set your own schedule and much more. Once the scan is complete you will see a full list of problems it has found.
The scan will look for changes in file sizes in the official WordPress core and plugin files.
It will also look inside the files to check for suspicious code, backdoors, malicious URLs, and known patterns of infections.
Typically these scans need a lot of server resources to run. Wordfence does an excellent job of running the scans as efficiently as possible. The time it takes to complete a scan will depend on how much data you have, and the server resources available.
You will be able to see the progress of the scan in the yellow boxes on the scan page. Most of this information will be technical. However, you don’t need to worry about the technical stuff.
Once the scan is finished, Wordfence will show you the results.
It will notify you if it found any suspicious code, infections, malware, or corrupted files on your website. It will also recommend actions you can take to fix those issues.
There are many other sections to be aware of. You can view the live traffic feed by clicking on the Live Traffic option. Wordfence Live Traffic shows you what is happening on your site in real-time, including user logins, hack attempts, and requests that were blocked by the Wordfence Firewall. You can choose to log security-related traffic only or all traffic.
Here you can see the list of IPs requesting different pages on your website.
This will show you how well Wordfence is defending your website. The Blocking option will allow you to see who is being blocked and allow you to manually enter an IP address to be blocked.
If you have the premium version you can also block entire countries from accessing your website. Explore these sections to see everything they offer.
Click on the Options option. This will allow you to tweak the Advanced settings that can be found by scrolling down the page.
These settings are all up to you, but should all be considered when setting this plugin up.
Congratulations, you have successfully installed and set up the Wordfence Security plugin. You can change your settings and scan your website at any time. Remember there are many features that are exclusive to the premium version of Wordfence and you can upgrade at any time, but the free version will be able to guard your website without any issues.
With little more than the click of a few buttons, you will have Wordfence up, running and proactively securing your WP site. Once Wordfence is active, it will begin your first security scan and cleanup. You will be able to quash any current threats and begin to prevent future site breaches, too.
Get started with Enterprise-Class Security now, You can install Wordfence with these four best-practice steps:
Sign into your own WordPress website. You’ll usually go to something like www.example.com/wp-admin/ and sign-in
2. Replace example.com with your own website’s URL
3. Now that you’re signed in and ready to administer your own site, go to Plugins, Add New and do a search for ‘wordfence’ without quotes
5. Click the “Install Now” link and Wordfence will be installed
When you decide to upgrade to the best WordPress Security out there, simply upgrade to Wordfence Premium.
Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Built by experienced developers, it takes care of much of the hassle of Web development, so you can focus on writing your app without needing to reinvent the wheel. It’s free and open source.
Ridiculously fast – Django was designed to help developers take applications from concept to completion as quickly as possible.
Fully loaded – Django includes dozens of extras you can use to handle common Web development tasks. Django takes care of user authentication, content administration, site maps, RSS feeds, and many more tasks — right out of the box.
Reassuringly secure – Django takes security seriously and helps developers avoid many common security mistakes, such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery and clickjacking. Its user authentication system provides a secure way to manage user accounts and passwords.
Exceedingly scalable – Some of the busiest sites on the planet use Django’s ability to quickly and flexibly scale to meet the heaviest traffic demands.
Incredibly versatile – Companies, organizations and governments have used Django to build all sorts of things — from content management systems to social networks to scientific computing platforms.
You will have a functioning Django site on your account that:
Loads a static homepage for the domain.
Loads the Django administration interface.
Uses a SQLite database.
Create A Python Application In cPanel
The Setup Python App feature allows you to deploy Python applications on your cPanel while running the Apache web server.
You can check the functionality by visiting the cPanel, Setup Python App.
On the next page, you will be able to Create Application and check existing Web applications.
After clicking Create Application you will be presented with the app creation menu:
If you wish to create a new Python application, you must specify the Python version, fill in the Application root, and the Application URL. Then click Create.
Optionally, you can also set up Application startup file, Application Entry point and Passenger log file.
As soon as the environment is set, you can upload your application files to the application root directory.
When the application is created, you will be able to see the next page:
At the very start, you have the command necessary to enter your virtual environment. This is useful when you need to manually execute some commands either via SSH or with the terminal menu in cPanel.
To be able to do this, you need to enable Shell access as in this guide.
How to Configure the Django project
1) Login to cPanel.
2) You can see the option Terminal under the “ADVANCED” menu. Click the option to open the terminal.
3) If you are accessing the terminal for the first time, a screen will appear with a warning message. Please click on the button proceed.
4) This interface provides command line access to your account on the server. You can now manage the account using CLI
5) Use the command you noted in the above step to activate the virtual environment. For example:
You need to replace username with your cPanel username
The command prompt now starts with (myapp:3.6) to indicate that you are working in the myapp virtual environment with Python 3.6. All of the following commands in this article assume that you are working in the Python virtual environment.
6) Type the below command to install Django:
# cd ~pip
# install django==2.1.8
You can verify the version of Django installed, with the following command:
# django-admin --version
7) Type the below command for creating a Django project:
# django-admin startproject myapp ~/myapp
8) To create directories for the static project files, type the following commands:
9) Open the ~/myapp/myapp/urls.py file using the text editor. Delete the existing text and copy the below text into the file:
from django.contrib import admin from django.urls import path, include from django.conf import settings from django.conf.urls.static import static from django.conf.urls import url from django.views.generic.base import TemplateView
10) Open the ~/myapp/passenger_wsgi.py file and do the following changes. Replace usernamewith your own account username:
SCRIPT_NAME = '/home/username/myapp'
Sets PATH_INFO from REQUEST_URI because Passenger doesn't provide it.
def __init__(self, app):
self.app = app
def __call__(self, environ, start_response):
from urllib.parse import unquote
environ['SCRIPT_NAME'] = SCRIPT_NAME
request_uri = unquote(environ['REQUEST_URI'])
script_name = unquote(environ.get('SCRIPT_NAME', ''))
offset = request_uri.startswith(script_name) and len(environ['SCRIPT_NAME']) or 0
environ['PATH_INFO'] = request_uri[offset:].split('?', 1)
return self.app(environ, start_response)
application = myapp.wsgi.application
application = PassengerPathInfoFix(application)
11) Use a text editor to create a basic index.html file in the ~/myapp/templates/static_pages directory.
The file can be as simple as a text file that says Hello world.
12) Type the following command:
# python ~/myapp/manage.py migrate
13) Create and set up the superuser account:
For this, type the below command:
# python ~/myapp/manage.py createsuperuser
Type the administrator username at the Username prompt and then press Enter.
Type the administrator e-mail address at the Email address prompt and then press Enter.
Type the administrator password at the Password prompt and then press Enter.
14) To collect the static files, type the below commands:
# python ~/myapp/manage.py collectstatic
In case you are asked for overwriting existing files, type yes and then press Enter.
15) Restart the Python application in cPanel:
Log in to cPanel.
Click Setup Python App in the SOFTWARE section of the cPanel home screen.
Locate the correct application under the Existing applications and then click Restart.
16) Test the Django site:
Go to http://www.example.com, where example.com represents your domain name. The index.html file should load.
Go to http://www.example.com/admin, where example.com represents your domain name. The Django administration login page should be displayed. Use the superuser credentials that you created earlier to log in.
If there a problem for the website to appear in your browser, run the passenger_wsgi.py file manually. For this, type the below command:
# python ~/myapp/passenger_wsgi.py
When you run this file, you should get any text output to the console. In case there are any errors, check the syntax in the configuration files.
That’s all! Now, you can easily install and configure Django on a Linux shared hosting account.