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Changing PHP Version

To change your PHP version, you should first log in to your cPanel. Then, you should click the "...

Changing primary domain

Please note that before changing your primary domain, you should ensure that you already have the...

Setting up Cloudflare

We recommend all Web Hosting accounts utilize Cloudflare. Arch Hosting is a Cloudflare Optimized ...

Fixing a hacked website

Please note that this guide was written with WordPress websites in mind, but you will still find ...

Enable viewing hidden files

By default, your cPanel File Manager will not show hidden files. Hidden files are usually system ...

How to add domains to a cPanel account

If your hosting plans supports addon domains, you can add multiple domains to the same web hostin...

Modifying DNS Records

If you need to modify a DNS record, you should first log in to your cPanel. Once in your cPanel,...

cPanel Nameservers

If you have a website on our cPanel Web Hosting plans, you should update your domain's nameserver...

MySQL Hostname

The MySQL/database hostname is 127.0.0.1 You can also use localhostFor Remote MySQL applications...

Setting up NodeJS

Please note that at this time, we can not provide support for any NodeJS related issues. The fol...

Exporting DNS Records

cPanel currently does not offer a way to simply export just your DNS records. In order to current...

Accessing the default email account

All cPanel accounts will have a default email account. To view this, click the "Email Accounts" p...

Creating Cron Jobs

You can create a cron job by visiting the "Cron Jobs" section of your cPanel. PHP is accessible ...

Setting up an email client

For web hosting accounts, you may wish to connect your e-mail to an email client. Please note tha...

What is cPanel?

cPanel is your portal for managing almost everything related to your website's actual content. Th...

Enabling free SSL

To use our free SSL, you will need to run AutoSSL on your hosting account. This script will autom...

Setting up a temporary domain

We do not provide temporary domains for Web Hosting services. However, if you already have a doma...

Remote MySQL Setup

To use Remote MySQL, you can connect via any remote MySQL tool - like Navicat or HeidiSQL. Please...

Resetting a cPanel Password

To reset your cPanel password, you should first log in to your client area at https://archhosting...

Uploading files to your hosting account

In order to upload files to your Web Hosting account, you should: 1) Log in to your cPanel 2) C...

Raising the PHP upload limit

If you are not able to upload large files to your website, this may be because of the default PHP...

Identifying your server IP & hostname

Your server hostname is the address that you can use to connect to your server. For many cases, w...

Forcing SSL on a website

If you have a valid SSL certificate, you may want to force your website to always run with SSL (h...

Migrating a WordPress website

In this guide, we will cover how to migrate a Wordpress website from one hosting company to anoth...

Enabling Push Notifications on iOS

Go to Settings -> Passwords & Accounts Go to Fetch New Data Check to see if push not...

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