Getting started with WP-CLI

WP-CLI is the WordPress Command-Line Interface. If you manage multiple WordPress sites and are comfortable with a command line interface, WP-CLI is for you. But even if you’ve never used a CLI before, WP-CLI may still have a place in your life. WP-CLI is installed and ready to use on all of the GreenGeeks web […]

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Using SSH Keys for Shell Access to Your Account

As a security measure, traditional SSH password authentication is disabled on GreenGeeks servers. This article will detail the process of setting up and using public key authentication for shell, or command line, server access. Note: as an alternative, web-based terminal access is also available in cPanel¬†if you need to run a quick command or two. […]

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How to Choose Your PHP Version

Your GreenGeeks hosting account includes the ability to run your choice of several versions of PHP. This tutorial will show you how to change your PHP version using our cPanel interface. Log in to your GreenGeeks Account Manager and go to your cPanel Account by clicking the “cPanel Login” button in the “Quick Server Login” […]

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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 your GreenGeeks Account Manager and go to cPanel by clicking the “cPanel Login” button in the “Quick Server Login” section. […]

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How to Move a File Using the cPanel File Manager

You can move files in 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 your GreenGeeks Account Manager and go to cPanel by clicking the “cPanel Login” button in the “Quick Server Login” section. […]

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How to Edit a File Using the cPanel File Manager

You can edit the files in your GreenGeeks account using a text editor and upload them with 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 your GreenGeeks Account Manager and go to cPanel by clicking the “cPanel […]

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How to Upload a File Using the cPanel File Manager

You can upload files to 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 your GreenGeeks Account Manager and go to cPanel by clicking the “cPanel Login” button in the “Quick Server Login” section. […]

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How to Create a New File Using the cPanel File Manager

You can create a new file in a text editor and upload it to 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 your GreenGeeks Account Manager and go to cPanel by clicking the […]

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How to Use the cPanel File Manager

You can work with the files in 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 your GreenGeeks Account Manager and go to cPanel by clicking the “cPanel Login” button in the “Quick Server […]

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