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WordPress Toolkit Tools – cPanel

Lear How to Use WordPress Toolkit Tools – cPanel. The controls in the “Tools” section give you easy access to the following settings and tools: Search engine indexing, Caching (nginx), Debugging, Password Protection, and more.

  1. Login to cPanel.

    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or the direct link.

    Find the Domains section and click the WordPress Toolkit link.
    or
    In the search bar at the Top, type WordPress Toolkit and click on the result.

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  2. Tools Panel

    Search engine indexing
    Debugging
    Password protection
    Take over wp-cron.php
    Enable hotlink protection


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Search engine indexing

– shows your website in search results of search engines.

If your website is not yet ready for public viewing, turn off “Search engine indexing”.

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Debugging 

If you are installing WordPress for testing or development, you can enable “Debugging” to automatically find and fix errors in the website code. To do so, click the

image tune icon
icon.
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  • select the WordPress debugging tools you want to activate
  • click OK.
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 Password protection 

Set a password to protect access to your WordPress website.

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Anyone visiting a password-protected website must enter the valid username and password to view the website content.

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 Take over wp-cron.php 

  • helps you set up a regular run of wp-cron.php.
  • The wp-cron.php file is a virtual cron job (or scheduled task) WordPress uses to automate certain operations, for example, checking for plugins or themes updates, sending email notifications, and so on. By default, WordPress runs the wp-cron.php task every time someone visits your website. If you want WordPress operations to be performed regularly and on schedule, you need to disable the default wp-cron.php execution.
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Enable hotlink protection helps you prevent other websites from displaying, linking or embedding your images. This is called hotlinking add it can quickly drain your bandwidth and make your website unavailable. See the tutorial.

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