If your website incorporates custom data processing applications or is designed to generate web pages dynamically, you will probably need a database for storing and retrieving data. In Plesk, you can do the following: Manually create a database for your site. Make a database copy. Manage database user accounts and set up access rules. View connection information (host name, database name, username). … Read more
To help prevent data loss, Plesk can back up your data, such as websites’ content, databases, or emails, to a file. Should your data become corrupted or lost, you can restore it from a backup file. This topic explains how to back up and restore your websites in Plesk. You can back up manually at any time. … Read more
If you need to run scripts on your hosting account at a specific time, use the task scheduler in Plesk to make the system automatically run the scripts for you. To see all scheduled tasks created for a subscription, go to Websites & Domains > Scheduled Tasks. For every task in the list you can change the settings … Read more
One of the most convenient ways to update your website content is to upload it through FTP. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a standard network protocol that allows transferring files between two hosts (for example, your computer and a Plesk server). Plesk acts as an FTP server, while users should use some FTP client to … Read more
Plesk allows you to subscribe to as many hosting plans as you need. For example, if you do not want your main site to share hosting resources with a company’s branch site you can subscribe to another hosting plan under the same customer account. In other words, a customer account is a personalized access to … Read more
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