In keeping with good security policy, it is important to change your password on a regular basis. Being the administrator, you have a different dashboard available to you than the normal users do. Changing your password within the admin dashboard is quick and easy in Drupal 8. Follow the instructions below to learn how. Changing Read More >
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Servers running cPanel come with their custom software, EasyApache, which controls the PHP and Apache configurations. The EasyApache Education Channel is a compilation of our guides that will help you learn more about EasyApache 3 and EasyApache 4. EasyApache 4 How to Upgrade PHP Using EasyApache 4 How to Install a PHP Extension Using EasyApache Read More >
In this section, you can learn how to get creative with your BoldGrid website to make a beautiful website. Pages and Posts Add and Replace Images On Your Pages How To Remove Pages From Your Website How to Edit Pages using the BoldGrid Editor Menus How to Add a Blog Menu Entry in your BoldGrid Read More >
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Questions most often asked regarding domain names include: How do I register a new domain? How do I transfer my existing domain name? If you already have a domain name and you’re not sure if you need to transfer it, please read our article, Domain Transfers vs. Namserver Changes.
Navigation: Nameservers A (IP addresses) MX (email) CNAMES SPF / DomainKeys To get your domain working on your server with InMotion Hosting, you will need to point your domain to our server. You can point your domain Using a DNS change or you can update your nameservers to ours. This information applies to all shared, Read More >
Messages sent from Moodle can go through either the PHP mail function or through SMTP server connection. In some cases, the PHP mail function may be disabled on the server (Depending on the hosting company) to prevent spammers from sending emails through compromised websites. To work around this, the email can be configured to connect Read More >