Category Archives: Websites

The Effect Of Google Chrome Updates Over Non SSL Websites

You should strongly consider getting your own HTTPS SSL Certificate. Sometime back Google has declared SSL as an official ranking factor and now the upcoming updates to Google Chrome browser will start to mark websites running without SSL certificate as “Not secure”.

As per the updates on new Google Chome versions expected to come before July 2018, visitors to your website using an up to date version of Google Chrome will notice a warning, which may put them off because most of the websites they visit on daily basis are properly SSLed.

You should also be concerned about your visitors’ sensitive data which consists of names, addresses, email addresses and payment information. If your website has a “logged in”, “members section” or “clients-area” on your website, then this too counts as sensitive personal information which needs to be protected.

How to use SSL on your website?

Start by subscribing an SSL certificate and then follow the steps given here. If you are a WordPress user then follow this tutorial. For further support email to system@sangkrit.net.

How To Resolve PHP Version Compatibility Issues On cPanel Hosting?

PHP version is displayed on your cPanel’s account home page. Unsupported PHP version is one reason when your website goes down, displays a blank white page or error 500.

This could happen when your website doesn’t support the PHP version active on your hosting account.

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Managing Domain’s Root Directory On Your cPanel Hosting Account

The root directory of your website has the content that loads when visitors access your domain name in a web browser. You need to put your “index file” in your website’s root directory for visitors to see your website, otherwise, it will display the FORBIDDEN page or files and folder archive list.

Website-related applications might also need to know your website’s root directory. Website’s root directory depends on whether the domain name is your primary domain name, addon domain or another type.

  1. Your primary domain name’s root directory is /public_html.
  2. Addon and subdomain names’ root directories were specified when they were set up.

Small hosting plans such as starter and economy allows you to host one domain which by default is your public_html.

Other hosting options that lets you host multiple domains, public_html becomes your primary domain (the domain name used to reference your hosting account) and other domain names are located either in your home directory or public_html or anywhere else with their names as specified while adding them from addon domain section of your cPanel.

For instance: By default addon domain yourname.com would be added as yourname.com folder in your cPanel’s home directory which can be accessed from the File Manager. (The home directory is the folder above the public_html directory on your hosting account.)

How to find Domains listed in cPanel?

Log in to your SANGKRIT.net account and follow these steps:

  1. Click Web Hosting.
  2. Next to the cPanel account you want to use, click Manage.
  3. Click cPanel Admin, in Domains section click the domain type you would like to view or manage.

Click either Subdomains or Addon Domains, depending on the type of domain you’re using. The root directory displays in the Document Root field.

Costs To Consider When Allocating Budget For Your Website

Setting up a budget has always been an important thing in business ventures and websites/apps are no exceptions. Planning your web-app cost ahead helps you save money and time because then you can easily decide what server type would be the best for you and what important features you would like to cover in the first version.

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Permanently Fix cPanel Webhosting Error “IP Has Changed”

This is the most common error type experienced sometimes when you try to access your hosting‘s cPanel.

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