If you have an existing domain name with another Registrar that you’d like to point to our servers, please use the following name servers below.
For domain names with Zuver, you can alter your name servers through your MyZuver account by going to Domain Management > Manage > click your domain name and then Manage DNS.
You can access cPanel from the following locations:
If you're having trouble accessing it due to a strong firewall blocking the connection, you can access it via http://cpanel.yourdomain.com
For secure cPanel access (accessing cPanel over SSL), you may use https://www.yourdomain.com:2083
For access to cPanel when your domain has not propagated across, please refer to your service activation email. You can have this re-issued from MyZuver > Manage Hosting Services > Dropdown: Resend activation email.
Many users opt to test their websites before modifying the name servers on their domain to point to our servers. This allows you to develop the website, whilst the old one runs elsewhere. There are two options for such testing, one designed for novice users, and another designed for advanced users. Both are detailed below.
This is the easiest method for testing your website. It does not however, support .htaccess functions. If you wish to use .htaccess functions, please refer to the other methods detailed below.
Enable the feature, and browse to the URL provided. If this does not work, please try disabling and re-enabling the temporary URL viewer.
This method involves making a small adjustment to your computers Hosts file. This allows you to customise where your domain points without relying on DNS. Depending on your operating system, the location of your hosts file may vary:
Windows: The host file is usually found in C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
Linux and MacOS X: You can find the hosts file under /etc/hosts
As the file is a simple text file, you can edit it using your favourite text editor (such as Notepad or Wordpad). If you're using Windows Vista or Windows 7, you may need to run the program as an Administrator. Add an entry into your hosts file as follows:
126.96.36.199 www.youwebsite.com website.com subdomain1.website.com
Remember to replace the IP address with the servers IP address. The subdomain entries simply refer to any subdomains that you may be required to use (such as store.yourdomain.com).
With many of our hosting packages, Addon and Parked domains are often one of the available features. Addon and Parked domains allow you to use additional domains (which you own/have registered) with your hosting account for the purposes of redirection, mirroring and hosting other websites.
Addon and Parked domains are quite simple to setup and are done so via their respective icons within your cPanel. The differences between the two are:
When a domain is setup as a Parked Domain it mirrors the content of the primary domain in the hosting account. This is useful when you own for example, both the .com and .com.au of your business name.
These allow you to host additional separate websites from your one hosting account. The files for the additional domains will be hosted within the one account, but to normal web viewers they will appear as completely separate websites.
In both instances you can setup emails and redirects as you please. Please also remember that Addon and Parked Domains need to be pointed to our hosting servers in order to function. For the name server information, please refer to your service activation email.
If your current host uses a cPanel platform we're able to complete a cPanel migration. However, if they're using another system (such as Plesk), then unfortunately it will need to be completed manually by yourself. The following steps are a rough guideline of what you'll need to do to shift your website over, however, it doesn't take into account any custom DNS configs, etc.
If you're in doubt and require further clarification, please do not hesitate to contact our customer care team.
Congratulations! You're done! Please note it can take up to 48 hours for your DNS changes (name server changes) to complete, but you will generally see it happen in much quicker time.
If you are familiar with how DNS operates, to shorten the propagation of DNS from the nameserver change you can contact your existing webhost 24 hours before your planned move and request they update the TTL's on your DNS records to a shorter timespan such as 600 seconds. You may even have this functionality available to you through their old control panel.
You can find the server's IP address that you're hosted on from a variety of locations;
If Installatron returns an error similar to this "Installatron cannot install to an account that is having PHP errors. Please contact your provider" this can be caused by a number of things.
If your issues are still unresolved please contact our Technical Support team via a support Ticket.
Before you're able to connect to the server via jailshell access, you'll need to enable SSH access. To enable your SSH access please login through MyZuver > Manage Hosting Services > Dropdown: Enable SSH.
Once enabled, you will be able to connect to the server using your domain (provided it's pointed to our server) or using the servers IP on port 2683 and your cPanel credentials. For these details please see your account activation email.
Sometimes when using various PHP Content Management Systems; such as Wordpress, you may encounter errors stating that you have exceeded the PHP memory limit.
The error can look very similar to this:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 71 bytes) in /home/user/public_html/index.php on line 744
The above error is very simply to overcome. To correct the problem;
That should resolve any PHP memory limit errors you are facing. If you continue to have issues, please do not hesitate to consult our support team via a new support Ticket inside of MyZuver.
If your website is displaying a '500 Internal Server Error' this usually means that your permissions on your files have not been set correctly.
To fix this problem, please login to MyZuver > Manage Hosting Services > Dropdown Options: Permissions Fixer. This tool will reset the file CHMOD permissions on your account to 644 and folders 755, this generally resolves internal server errors.
In some circumstances the error may also be triggered by incorrect configuration of your .htaccess file, this can include broken mod re-write configurations or php calls. If the above permissions fixer fails, try temporarily removing the .htaccess file to rectify.
If you continue to experience problems, we kindly ask that you submit a new Ticket through MyZuver to our technical support department who will be able to assist you further.
To upload files to your website, that is put your files up for you websites, you'll need to connect to the server. This connection can be made using FTP. a popular (and free) FTP program is FileZilla Client. The connection to our server using FTP will allow you to see the files/folders on our server as you would if they were on your computer. Using your FTP application you will be able to drag and drop your websites files into the /public_html/ folder.
If you have forgotten your FTP login details (these being the same as your cPanel credentials), you can have them reset via MyZuver > Manage Hosting Services > Dropdown Options: Reset cPanel Password.
It is also possible to upload files for your website via cPanel using it's inbuilt File Manager, however, if you're uploading large numbers of files the use of an FTP application will make for a smoother process.