How can I install a blog on a domain with ‘www’?

Add domain with ‘www’ as you would any root domain. Once deployed, update the nameservers at your registrar to the address reported on the blog’s info page. Once the blog is up, DNS set correctly, you can log into the WordPress dashboard and start working on your blog. If the blog is already deployed, you […]

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I can’t find the theme editor. How can I edit a theme?

You’ll need to create a child theme with your changes. This is the only way the original theme can be updated and changes kept – if you’d use the theme editor, the changes would be overwritten with the first automatic update. The recommended way is to use the free Orbisius Child Theme Creator plugin. How […]

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How can I edit .htaccess file? How can I block crawlers?

You can use any WordPress plugin for editing .htaccess. Warning! This is recommended only for advanced users since incorrectly setup .htaccess can break your blog or get it deindexed. If editing .htaccess made your blog unavailable, see how to reset it. How can I block bots and crawlers? We recommend using our Spider Blocker plugin.

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What should I do to prevent my blog getting deindexed?

Most deindexations can be easily avoided by following the best practices for building PBNs. My blog doesn’t get indexed at all. You should have at least 10-15 blog posts with images, videos and rich text and 3-5 standard pages (Privacy, About, Contact). If that isn’t enough, build a few backlinks to it, preferably from popular Web2.0s and social bookmarks. That […]

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Why can’t I get access to cPanel and FTP?

Why there is no cPanel: We run custom cloud servers that don’t have cPanel installed. Only because of these custom servers can we offer autopilot maintenance and bulletproof security. We think that this is worth it and most of our users find other ways to edit blogs without cPanel. Let us know what you’d like to achieve and we’ll find […]

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