Install WP CLI in cPanel with CageFS - Install WP-CLI in cPanel with CageFS

Install WP-CLI in cPanel with CageFS

In this guide, I talked about adding WP-CLI to your system, but if you use cPanel with CloudLinux, you also need to include it in CageFS so that all users can access the wp command. First, download the WP-CLI command inside /usr/local/bin Add WP-CLI path to CageFS: and inside add: save the file, then update … Read more

installatron wp - How To Install WordPress Using cPanel and Installatron

How To Install WordPress Using cPanel and Installatron

Installatron allows you to easily with a few clicks install any application in your hosting account, and the installation process is the same for many applications. To install WordPress, follow these steps: Step 1. In the “Software” section of the cPanel, click the Installatron icon. Step 2. Click on the “Application Browser” > WordPress Step … Read more

wpcli custom php version - Download WP-CLI & set custom PHP Version

Download WP-CLI & set custom PHP Version

Recently I was migrating a website from GoDaddy shared hosting using WP-CLI and noticed the PHP version in cli was outdated. Here is how to install WP-CLI and set custom PHP version for the cli. Setup WP-CLI To download WP cli: To run it use php wp-cli.phar To make it easier to call We’ll rename … Read more

htaccess - How to find and create the .htaccess file

How to find and create the .htaccess file

.htaccess is a hidden text file that contains additional configuration for websites hosted on Apache (and LiteSpeed) server. With .htaccess file you can create redirects, password-protect directories, block IPs and much more. For some examples on .htaccess files make sure to check this .htaccess Cheatsheet. How to find the .htaccess file On cPanel after you … Read more

how to install wpcli on cpanel shared hosting - Install WP-CLI on cPanel shared hosting

Install WP-CLI on cPanel shared hosting

If you have root-level access to the server you can follow this guide to install WP CLI on your WHM/cPanel server: https://blog.cpanel.com/wp-cli-install-and-manage-wordpress-on-the-command-line/ If you don’t have access to the root account nor can run sudo, but still have a user/level access to the terminal like from the cPanel terminal let’s say, then you can still … Read more