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How do I get started with Node.js on Plesk?

This FAQ was last modified on: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 12:33pm

The Plesk Node.js extension provides site developers the ability to serve Node.js-based applications as an option in addtion to PHP.

How do I use the PHP Composer extension?

This FAQ was last modified on: Friday, May 15, 2020 12:58pm

The new PHP Composer UI tool makes it easier to manage your Composer-based applications right from your site control panel.

How do I start using Drupal 8 on Plesk?

This FAQ was last modified on: Wednesday, April 29, 2020 01:19pm

How do I get started with Drupal 8 on Plesk?

There are several ways you can get a Drupal 8 site up and running:

  • (Recommended) Request a Drupal Express 8 installation

    OIT Plesk Web Hosting offers "Drupal Express 8", similar to Drupal Express 7, which we can install to your site account for you.

    Drupal Express 8 provides:

Is Drupal 8 the right choice of CMS for my site?

This FAQ was last modified on: Monday, June 22, 2020 10:19am

The introduction of Drupal 8 (and Drupal 9) brings a new framework to Drupal and exciting improvements to its performance. But is it the right choice for you?

Git + Plesk FAQ

This FAQ was last modified on: Friday, March 27, 2020 03:49pm

Configuring a remote repository:

1. First, visit http://hosting.gatech.edu, access the Control Panel for the domain you wish to install your application and click on "Git"

Hosting Control Panel.

2. On the Add Git Repository page, confirm the “Remote Git hosting like GitHub or BitBucket” option is selected

How do I create an SSL certificate with Let's Encrypt?

This FAQ was last modified on: Tuesday, March 17, 2020 11:27am

Let's Encrypt is a Plesk hosting control panel tool that lets customers quickly and easily secure their domains with basic individual SSL certificates, at no additional cost.

Cover subdomains

Secure levels of subdomains that aren't covered by the default wildcard certificate.

Access SSH Using Keys

This FAQ was last modified on: Thursday, October 18, 2018 09:15am

You may allow customers to use keys to log in to an ssh session on your hosted site

  1. Log in to your plesk panel
  2. Navigate to the File Manager
    1. ​From the Home Directory
      1. ​Select New>Create Directory
      2. Name the Directory .ssh
      3. Save the Directory
      4. Select the directory and Change Permissions to Read only for Group and Others
      5. Save your changes
    2. ​From your .ssh directory
      1. ​​Select New>Create File
      2. Name the new file authorized_keys
      3. Save the file

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