NextCloud is open source software for mainly handling file hosting services. In this article we will see how to install NextCloud on CyberPanel with Docker. We will create NextCloud Docker container and then use rewirte rules to proxy traffic to
NodeBB is modern forum software. It is highly customizable, and combines all the advantages of today’s mobile and social web with the deep community engagement of classic Internet bulletin boards. Built on the high-performance Node.js platform, NodeBB can scale to
We’ve recently released Docker Manager. If you are running a web application in your Docker Container you may want to reverse proxy traffic from main webserver (OpenLiteSpeed or LiteSpeed Web server Enterprise) to docker container. This setup have few benefits,
Mailgun is an email automation service. It gives you a cloud-based email service for sending, receiving and tracking email sent through your websites and applications. Mailgun features are available through an intuitive RESTful API or with the traditional email protocols
DJANGO is a web application framework built with Python. DJANGO seen a tremendous growth recently, and a lot of developers are moving towards this framework. DJANGO official slogan says “the web framework for perfectionists with deadlines”. CyberPanel is also built
Our Community member did some skin customizations. To perform the customizations please follow these steps wget https://cyberpanel.sh/skin.sh chmod +x skin.sh ./skin.sh Some images from the modified CyberPanel
Many of the users have asked about removing port 8090 so that they can visit CyberPanel on a plain domain like panel.cyberpanel.net. However, normally this is not possible because port 8090 is hardcoded into to LSCPD server which powers CyberPanel.
CyberPanel is a web hosting control panel based on OpenLiteSpeed. As of July 2018, WordPress is the most used content management system (~60% by w3techs survey). WordPress contains a lot of PHP code which means sometimes it is resource heavy on
If you are using Google Cloud Platform then you might already know that Google blocks SMTP port 25. Even if you set up your mail server somewhere else, you can not use SMTP port 25 in your web applications. And
By now we have ensured all of our emails are encrypted via TLS using Let’s Encrypt verified certificates, and we’ve also set up DKIM so that the email recipients can authenticate the messages easily and at a much better rate.