Common FAQs


Currently Leasemyhost has a number of servers and corresponding nameservers to go with them. Depending on which server your web hosting account is stored will determine the nameservers for your domain name. Some may have the same nameserver IPs as we do have a couple of large servers that are split into smaller blocks.

You will also have been sent an email titled “Your Web Hosting & Nameserver Details”. This will advise you of the nameservers to use for your domain. If you cannot locate this you can also login to your Client Area, move your mouse over My Account to the top right of the screen and select My Emails or by clicking here. You will then be able to view this email from here. Failing that, you can also go to My Account and select My Services. Click on your service, and your nameservers are displayed there also.

Any problems or question, just drop us an email at

Web hosting refers to the process of publishing a web site so that it is available to the world on the Web. Paid web hosting also involves getting a domain name and not having forced ads displayed on your site.

There is no restriction on using a Dedicated SSL certificate for a Sub-domain. You just need to include the sub-domain when replying to the SSL Certificate Request email which would be sent by us.

Note: A single Standard SSL purchased, can only be installed on a domain OR a subdomain. If you wish to cover them both using a single certificate, a WildCard SSL must be chosen, as explained below.

While, if you’ve placed an order for the WildCard SSL certificate, the sub-domains would be included by default and you need not specify them separately.

No, there is no need to purchase a different SSL when switching plans.

While the internet is a great platform for establishing an impressive online identity it also brings a lot of perils. Some time ago, people have witnessed one of the biggest DDos attacks in the history of internet. We also heard about the WordPress website being targeted by the hackers. These things bring about insecurity in the minds of many website owners who run their websites with the WordPress CMS.

WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems that is used for website / blog creation. Approximately, 17% of the websites are powered by WordPress today. This has offered a greater platform for the people with bad intentions to plan activities like DDoS attacks and website hacking. How can you safeguard your WordPress website against the hackers trying to crack into your WordPress login credentials?

There are many ways in order to strengthen the security of your WordPress website. Here is an insight on the most crucial ways:

You can use a plugin known as ‘Limit Login Attempts’ that limits the number of login attempts made to your website. This plugin enables you to set a maximum limit of failed login attempts from any particular IP and intimates you about the failed attempts. In this way you are well aware about any malicious activity that might occurs on your website in the future.

Another method of eliminating the unauthorized access is by limiting the login access altogether. This can be done by ‘White listing’ certain IP addresses that are known to you and blocking all the other IP addresses.

Here are the steps that you need to follow:

Step 1 : Go to the root of the WordPress installation on the server and locate a folder named – ‘wp-content’

Step 2 : Edit the .htaccess file by adding the commands mentioned below:

<Directory /wp-admin >
<files wp-login.php>
AllowOverride None
order deny,allow
# whitelist
allow from xx.xx.xx.xx (IP 1)
allow from xx.xx.xx.xx (IP 2)
allow from xx.xx.xx.xx (IP 3)
deny from all

Note : Remove the IP1, IP2 and IP3 from the code. In the similar way, you can add as many IP addresses as you want.

This is a small step that proves to be extremely beneficial in terms of the security of your WordPress website. With the help of this small amendment, only the authorized IP addresses will be able to access the WP-Admin page.

o to client area login: 

– Click “My Hosting Packages”

– Click Domain Name “View Details” button

– Click On “Upgrade/Downgrade package” button.

a)      Login to your websites CPanel

b)      Under Mail section click on Mailing lists option

c)       Click on Add Mailing lists icon

d)      Enter the name and password in their respective fields. Select the domain -the mail list will be used on- from the Domain drop-down list menu.
e)      Click on the “Add  Mailing List” button.

a)      Login to your website CPanel

b)      Navigate to file manager  and click on it

c)       Open the directory you want to remove files from

d)      Select or high light one or more files/directories you want to delete


e)      Click on delete from the toolbar on the top


f)       On the next screen Confirm the files pending delete are ONLY those you want to remove


g)      Then click on the Delete button

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