How to Make an SSH Connection to Your GreenGeeks Server

Exercise caution when accessing your account via the command line. Incorrect or incorrectly used commands can permanently change or delete permissions and files. If you do not have command line experience or are uncertain about a command, we suggest exploring alternatives to using this function. If you ever need to connect to your hosting server […]

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How to Enable LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress

This article will step you through the installation of the LiteSpeed Cache WordPress plugin on a GreenGeeks hosting account. GreenGeeks websites run on LiteSpeed servers, and if you have an Ecosite Pro or Ecosite Premium account, you can take full advantage of the LiteSpeed Cache website acceleration plugin. Note: LSCache is enabled on Ecosite Pro and Ecosite Premium accounts […]

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How to Create a New MySQL Database and MySQL Database User

There are two ways to create a MySQL database and user in cPanel, this article will take you through the steps for the quickest method, using the MySQL® Database Wizard. Log in to GreenGeeks and go to cPanel by clicking the “cPanel Login” button in the “Quick Server Login” section. In the “DATABASES” section, click the […]

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How to Delete a File Using the cPanel File Manager

You can delete files from your GreenGeeks account using an FTP program, but if you prefer a web-based alternative, there is a File Manager built into cPanel. To access the File Manager, log in to GreenGeeks and go to cPanel by clicking the “cPanel Login” button in the “Quick Server Login” section. In the “FILES” […]

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