• How to Enable or Disable PHP’s allow_url_fopen using CloudLinux Selector in cPanel?

    You can use CloudLinux Selector to enable or disable the allow_url_fopen directive in cPanel.   1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Software section, click the Select PHP Version.   3. Click on the Options menu. Note: If the Options page shows an error related to the native…

  • How to Enable or Disable PHP Extensions Using the CloudLinux Selector in cPanel?

    You can use CloudLinux Selector to enable or disable available PHP extensions in cPanel.   1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Software section, click the Select PHP Version.   3. Click on the Extensions menu. Note: If the Extensions page shows an error related to the native…

  • How to Enable the Mailparse Extension of PHP Using CloudLinux Selector in cPanel?

    You can use CloudLinux Selector to enable the Mailparse extension in PHP via cPanel.   1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Software section, click the Select PHP Version.   3. Click on the Extensions menu. Note: If the Extensions page shows an error related to the native…

  • How to Enable the GD extension of PHP using CloudLinux Selector in cPanel?

    You can use CloudLinux Selector to enable GD extension in PHP via cPanel.   1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Software section, click the Select PHP Version.   3. Click on the Extensions menu. Note: If the Extensions page shows an error related to the native PHP…

  • How to Enable ionCube Loader using CloudLinux Selector in cPanel?

    You can use CloudLinux Selector to enable ionCube Loader in cPanel.   1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Software section, click the Select PHP Version.   3. Click on the Extensions menu. Note: If the Extensions page shows an error related to the native PHP version, change…

  • How to Change the PHP Version via CloudLinux Selector in cPanel?

    You can use CloudLinux’s Select PHP Version to change your website’s PHP Version. CloudLinux provides various PHP Versions to choose from.   1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Software section, click the Select PHP Version.   3. On the right side of Current PHP version, click on…

  • How to disable and Remove Cloudflare from your domain in cPanel?

    You can disable Cloudflare on your domain using cPanel.   Note: To minimize downtime, We recommended you to first change your domain nameservers from Cloudflare to your preferred nameservers, then follow this tutorial.   1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Software section, click the Cloudflare.   3….

  • How to Enable I am under attack mode of Cloudflare in cPanel?

    Cloudflare provides DDoS attack protection by performing an additional security check of visitors. We recommended you only enable this If your website is under attack. After mitigation, If you are assured that the attack is stopped, then you can disable it.   1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In…

  • How to Change Challenge Passage time of Cloudflare domain in cPanel?

    Cloudflare protected website display captcha to visitors for preventing bad bots and malicious activity. You can specify the allowed time for visitors who complete the page challenge.   If the visitor’s IP reputation is bad, but the visitor is genuine, they can get annoyed by frequently filling captcha. 1. Log…

  • How to Change Security level of Cloudflare domain in cPanel?

    You can increase or decrease the Cloudflare security level from cPanel.   Cloudflare has categorized the security level in five methods. In the below screenshot, you can see it in detail.   How to increase or decrease the Cloudflare security level of your domain? 1. Log into your cPanel account….