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Beginners guide to create MySQL database for wordpress installation

WordPress is a powerful content management system, an engine that runs on majority of websites. The point is, WordPress makes several tasks simple and one thing that it makes very simple is installing the software. You do not need any coding knowledge and most of the hosting companies offer you Fantastico, a popular tool that

What is PHPinfo? How to create PHPinfo.php file – PHP information page

At times in order to run specific script or to analyze and solve a problem in your server you will first need to find certain configuration information of your server. For instance several scripts may run out of memory and during such occasion you will need to find out your php memory limit and increase

What is WHM (Web Host Manager)? How WHM is different than cPanel?

Many think that both WHM and Cpanel are same, in fact it is yes but it is not. There are some common differences which you have to take note. Both WHM and cPanel are same softwares having different interface. Lately after making a post about cPanel control panel, some folks asked us what WHM is.

cPanel control panel overview – What is cPanel and how does it works

In few articles, mainly in technical oriented topics we mentioned lines like “login to your cPanel” access “these files from your cPanel” “open MySQL database in cPanel” etc. Visitors who land in particular subjects will easily grasp the whole point because we never make an area complicated. Yet, there are people who are new to

How to setup an email address with your own domain name

Recently in Blog Time Now we were posting more topics about emails (Importance of email marketing | Using multiple Gmail accounts in one browser) and we were posting lots of how to tutorials for new bloggers and web designers. In this post you will learn how to setup an email address with your own domain

How to backup wordpress database and files (step by step)

As you all know backup is more necessary in order to have a copy of your hard work so that you can easily restore in case you lose your files or even your site is hacked. There are many free and paid plugins to backup your wordpress database and files, but my question is why