Getting started with a Plesk reseller account

Plesk 12.5 and newer come with some extremely powerful reseller account controls. Unlike cPanel (and WHM), it’s not necessary to learn how to use two completely different panels, Plesk integrates everything beautifully into one easy to manage panel. That said there are a few things to know about the feature set and best practices for…

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Adding code to Thesis’ head section causes a 403 error

If you’re adding code to Thesis’ head section and get a 403 error, especially if you’re adding a link to a font or other resource, the problem may be related to the web application firewall protecting your site. To check this out, as with most server-based errors, the first step is to check the log…

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Overlapping images when using a content grid?

If you’re seeing overlapping images, or odd grid display issues when using a content grid plugin, look for a plugin that enables lazyload of images and disable it on the page. For example, we use WP Rocket on most of our sites, and while it’s a fantastic caching plugin, occasionally you can run into the…

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How do I configure Plesk to use G Suite for email?

If you are transferring your existing mail accounts found within Plesk over to G Suite, make sure you have configured the email accounts you have in Plesk within your G Suite Control Panel (Google provides the information to access this. If you do not have it, please contact Google support). Since the following changes are to your domain’s DNS…

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What is SPF / Sender Policy Framework?

SPF records are used to prevent spammers from trying to make it look like their spam comes from your email address. While SPF records don’t guarantee prevention of forged addresses, they do a lot to help prevent it. Spammers commonly use sender forgery to try and trick their recipients into reading their SPAM emails. SPF works by publishing a list of…

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