A website hosted on Plesk server was showing below error: When checked the logs available in Plesk control panel at Domains > Domain.com > Logs, there are no errors found. The real cause of the error was ‘IIS application pool
Login to your domain control panel. From the top menu, click the ‘Manage Orders‘ tab, and select ‘List/Search Orders‘. Click on the domain name you wish to Suspend/Unsuspend for. To Suspend the Domain Name: Click the Lock / Suspend link.
Login to Plesk Control Panel Click on File Manager Then click on ‘logs’ folder There you can see php_errors folder. Click on the file name to open it.
If you want to change a subscription’s expiration date, follow below steps: 1. Login to your Plesk Reseller Panel. 2. Click on “Subscriptions” 3. Then click on a Subscription name from the list 4. Click on ‘Customize‘ Scroll down to
In web hosting buisness, Customer service has important role. If you don’t provide timely responses to client tickets you may find your customers getting frustrated. So many people looking for a solution for providing auto reply like “We have received
Login to your Plesk control panel Then click Hotlink Protection icon. Click Switch On to enable the protection from hotlinking. Then make sure all the file extensions you want protected from hotlinking are listed here. If you want to allow
Login to your Plesk control panel Click on the “DNS Settings” button. You will be presented with a list of all DNS records currently set up on the domain. To add a DNS record, click on “Add Record” button In
Log in to your Plesk control panel Select the Subscriptions tab and click on your subscription. In the right sidebar under the Account section, click Customize On the customizing subscription page, set up the value for disk space, then click