Redirect HTTP to HTTPS rewrite rule

As you know Google announced that they will consider SSL factor in their serach algorithm. That means, if you have SSL certificate for your website, it may get benefit in search ranking. Today, we will discuss, how can we redirect all HTTP request to HTTPS. Before you follow this article, you will have to ensure […]

Google Mobilegeddon is on its way

Couple of months ago, Google started to notify webmasters for mobile friendly website. If the website is not mobile friendly, they were notifying all users via Google Webmaster Tools. Google has Rolling out the mobile-friendly update to begin globally rolling out the mobile-friendly update on April 21st 2015. That means, they will give priority in […]

How to reset Parallels Plesk admin password on Windows

If you have existing password for your admin account, you can reset your Parallels Plesk admin password from your control panel. However in case if you have list your Parallels Plesk admin password, you will have to follow the below steps to reset your admin password. There is a utility plesksrvclient.exe available in Windows Plesk […]

How to reset Parallels Plesk admin password on Linux

If you have existing password for your admin account, you can reset your Parallels Plesk admin password from your control panel. However in case if you have list your Parallels Plesk admin password, you will have to follow the below steps to reset your admin passwrord. The following steps are applicable to Plesk versions 10.x […]

Deactivate WordPress Plugins using phpMyAdmin

We can deactivate WordPress plugins from WordPress admin area but if you are installing any plugin and your admin area stopped working, you can disable WordPress plugin directly from your WordPress database. In this article, we will explain how to deactivate WordPress plugin from MySQL database using phpMyAdmin. Before you perform this steps, make sure […]

Install and Configure maldet (Linux Malware Detect)

Maldet is a Linux Malware Detect (LMD) is a malware scanner for Linux servers. The signatures that LMD uses are MD5 file hashes and HEX pattern matches, they are also easily exported to any number of detection tools such as ClamAV. Following are the steps to install and configure maldet: [1] Download maldet from rfxn.com […]