Category Archives: WHM/cPanel

cPanel – phpMyAdmin asking for Username and Password. Error – Access Denied.

By | January 6, 2020

If you have Upgraded or Downgraded MySQL/MariaDB Version, you may fall into phpMyAdmin Access Denied Error. If you are trying to redirect to phpMyAdmin from cPanel Account and you are prompted for Username and Password and you see                    “mysqli_connect(): (28000/1045): Access denied for user ‘cpses_deiskeisdj4g’@’localhost’ (using… Read More »

How to Upgrade and Downgrade MariaDB Version in WHM/cPanel – Part 8

By | January 5, 2020

There might be a Scenario that you are running your web application from So long which is pointing to your MariaDB (say Version 10.1.43). Now you planning to migrate your application to your dedicated Server in AWS. Whn you are trying to Install the cPanel It Comes Up with Mysql 5.7 Database which is causing… Read More »

Redirect HTTP to HTTPS for your Website on cPanel – Part 7

By | January 5, 2020

By default when you enable SSL on your website it does not get redirected automatically, though if someone uses https://www… manually in the URL, then he will be able to make secure connection but usually no one put https before running any website. So this need be redirected automatically to https in order to make… Read More »

How to use an SSL Certificate for your cPanel Website for Free – Part 6

By | January 4, 2020

This Post is all about the generating SSL Certificate for your website for free. SSL stands for Secure Socket layer and help you to build a trusted connection for your visitors. Anyone can create a Self Signed Certificate, but that will be marked as Not Secured by your browser which can create a negative thoughts… Read More »

How to Migrate WordPress Website to cPanel – Part 4

By | December 30, 2019

There are multiple peoples around the world who are running there own Website.  There must be many peoples who Just wanted to migrate their wordpress website to a shared hosting using cPanel. This blog post is all about the migration of your wordpress site to cPanel. Let’s get started. Step 1 : Take a Backup… Read More »