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Domantas G.

Domantas leads the content and SEO teams forward with fresh ideas and out of the box approaches. Armed with extensive SEO and marketing knowledge, he aims to spread the word of Hostinger to every corner of the world. During his free time, Domantas likes to hone his web development skills and travel to exotic places.

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How to Display WordPress Cookie Notice Without any Plugins

In this article, we will show you how to display the WordPress cookie notice without using any plugins. Let’s check it out! Why Do We Need a Cookie...

How to Set Up SSH Keys

In this tutorial you will learn how to set up SSH keys on your local device and use the generated pair of keys for connecting to a remote server. This...

How to Optimize a MySQL Database Using phpMyadmin

Databases can grow quite large, particularly on websites with a lot of content. In such cases, optimizing a database should help improve the...

How to Create Additional Users via cPanel’s User Manager tool

cPanel’s User Manager tool allows us to quickly create additional user accounts for e-mail, FTP or Webdisk services. This tutorial will provide...

How to Use Classes in CSS to Style an Element

Are you looking for a way to stylize HTML elements without hassle? Chances are, you will have to use CSS classes. In this article, you will find out...

How to Minify CSS, HTML, and JavaScript Files in WordPress

Wouldn’t it be great if your site could perform better, even if it’s just a little bit faster? To make such a difference, you should learn...

How to Set Up Default Email Address in cPanel

In this simple tutorial, you will learn how to set up a default email address for your domains. That is done using implemented cPanel’s Default...

How to Change Email Account’s TimeZone

In this tutorial, you will learn how to change the Time Zone in Webmail for your email accounts. It is important to learn how to do that if you wish...

How to Point a Domain to Blogger

Blogger is a free publishing tool from Google mostly used for blog creation. Generally, blogs are hosted by Google at a subdomain of blogspot.com (for...