Add users to already created databases in your Siteworx account.

At Hosting Made Easy we offer all users access to Mysql relational databases, these are commonly used with CMS systems like WordPress, Drupal etc. as well as E-commerce platforms.

The guide below will walk you through how to add users to databases in Siteworx.

1. You can login to your Siteworx account from either your client WHMCS portal or direct via the Siteworx URL.

Login with your email address and password provided when you signed up for your account.

WHMCS login:

https://hosting-made-easy.co.uk/billing/index.php?rp=/login

Enterprise Cloud Platform - User Login Page

 

Siteworx URL:

https://yourdomain.com:2443/siteworx

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Siteworx Login Page

2. Once logged in, scroll down to the MYSQL section.

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Create and Setup Users in Siteworx

3. Click on the 'Databases' icon. 

4. Click on the dark user icon to add a user to this database.

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Create and Setup Users in Siteworx

5. Once the User field is completed from the drop down menu, and the users permissions have been set, click on the purple button ‘Add'

Other database guides you might find useful:

Create database in Siteworx

Add users to databases in Siteworx

Create users to already created databases in your Siteworx account.

At Hosting Made Easy we offer all users access to Mysql relational databases, these are commonly used with CMS systems like WordPress, Drupal etc. as well as E-commerce platforms.

The guide below will walk you through how to create database users in Siteworx.

1. You can login to your Siteworx account from either your client WHMCS portal or direct via the Siteworx URL.

Login with your email address and password provided when you signed up for your account.

WHMCS login:

https://hosting-made-easy.co.uk/billing/index.php?rp=/login

Enterprise Cloud Platform - User Login Page

Siteworx URL:

https://yourdomain.com:2443/siteworx

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Siteworx Login Page

2. Once logged in, scroll down to the MYSQL section.

3. Click on the 'Users' icon. 

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Create and Setup Users in Siteworx

4. Click on the purple button with a plus sign on it.

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Create and Setup Users in Siteworx

5. Complete the required details, Database Name.

6. Once the Username and Password fields are complete, click on the purple button ‘Add’

7. You can use the purple button with a wand on to auto generate passwords if required.

8. You can create more users if required by using the same process as above.

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Create and Setup Users in Siteworx

9. If you need to delete a user, click on the dark trash can.

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Create and Setup Users in Siteworx

Other database guides you might find useful:

Create database in Siteworx

Add users to database in Siteworx

Create databases in your Siteworx account.

At Hosting Made Easy we offer all users access to Mysql relational databases, these are commonly used with CMS systems like WordPress, Drupal etc. as well as E-commerce platforms.

The guide below will walk you through how to create databases in Siteworx.

1. You can login to your Siteworx account from either your client WHMCS portal or direct via the Siteworx URL.

Login with your email address and password provided when you signed up for your account.

WHMCS login:

https://hosting-made-easy.co.uk/billing/index.php?rp=/login

Enterprise Cloud Platform - User Login Page

 

 

Siteworx URL:

https://yourdomain.com:2443/siteworx

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Siteworx Login Page

 

2. Once logged in, scroll down to the MYSQL section.

3. Click on the 'Add an MySQL Database' icon. 

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Create and Setup Users in Siteworx

4. Complete the required details, Database Name.

5. Once the database field is complete, click on the purple button ‘Add’

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Create and Setup Users in Siteworx

6. You should now be able to see the database you have created.

7. You can create more databases if required by using the same process as above.

8. If you need to delete the database, click on the dark trash can.


Other database guides you might find useful:

Create database users in Siteworx

Add users to databases in Siteworx

Setup your FTP (file Transfer Protocol) to allow file uploads to your website.

In the web hosting environment FTP or File Transfer Protocol is a standard network protocol used for the transfer of computer files from client computer to web server.

FTP is built on a client-server model architecture using separate control and data connections between the client and the server.

1. You can login to your Siteworx account from either your client WHMCS portal or direct via the Siteworx URL.

Login with your email address and password provided when you signed up for your account.

WHMCS login:

https://hosting-made-easy.co.uk/billing/index.php?rp=/login


Siteworx URL:

https://yourdomain.com:2443/siteworx

2. Once logged in, scroll down to the FTP section.

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Siteworx FTP Setup

3. Click on the 'Add an FTP Account' icon. 

4. Complete the required details, FTP Username and Password.

5. You can use the purple button with a wand on to auto generate passwords if required.

6. Once all fields are complete, click on the purple button ‘Add’

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Siteworx FTP Setup

8. You can create more FTP users if required by using the same process as above.

9. If you need to edit the FTP user, you can click on the pencil icon and edit the user details.

10. If you need to delete the FTP user, click on the dark trash can.

Enterprise Cloud Platform - Siteworx FTP Setup

11. You just need to add your details into your chosen FTP client.

Username: demo@demo.hosting-made-easy.co.uk

Password: your password

Host: ftp.demo.hosting-made-easy.co.uk

FTP Port number: 21

Just change the demo@demo.hosting-made-easy.co.uk and demo@demo.hosting-made-easy.co.uk above for your domain name.

Interworx allows users to override some of the common PHP values like:

upload_max_filesize = xxM
post_max_size = xxM
memory_limit = xxM
max_input_vars = x
max_execution_time = x

To override the values create a .user.ini file in your root directory.

Open with file manager in Siteworx, and add the values you want to change:
upload_max_filesize = 64M
post_max_size = 64M
emory_limit = 256M
max_input_vars = 5000
max_execution_time = 300

Next to make sure your value changes have taken place, create a info.php file in your root directory and add the following code:

Save this file, and browser to it https://example.com/info.php

This will display all your website PHP values.

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