In the Upload a New Certificate section click the Browse button and locate your SSL Server Certificate file your_domain_com.txt.
Click the Upload button.
Click the Go Back link to return to SSL/TLS Manger.
Setup the Domain
Click SSL/TLS Manager > Setup a SSL certificate to work with your site. If this option is not available to you your ISP may have disabled it and you will need to contact them to complete your SSL setup.
From the Domain drop down menu select the domain that will use the SSL Certificate. The system will attempt to Fetch the SSL Certificate and corresponding private key.
Open SSL_Intermediate.txt in Notepad or other simple text editor (not Word). Copy-and-paste all the contents of the GeoTrust_Intermediate.txt file into the Ca Bundle (CABUNDLE) box.
Click on Install Certificate. You should receive a message that the certificate was successfully installed. If you receive an error you may need to contact your web hosting provider for additional support.
How to set your subdomain SSL
Open public_html/.htaccess and add the following code
Mozilla’s official Firefox webpage hasn’t been updated yet to show the release of Firefox 4, but expect this to be done within the next 24 hours. Firefox 4 was supposed to be shipped to customers in November 2010, but several delays caused the release date to be pushed back on multiple occasions.
By default, cPanel only support one additional alternative SMTP port. However, if you need multiple port, follow the steps below:
1) Disable “exim on another port” in WHM -> Service Manager
2) Go to WHM-> Exim Configuration Editor -> Advanced Editor -> at the first text box, add in “daemon_smtp_ports = 25 : 26 : 587” without “”.
Remove the lines that begin with “php_value” and “php_flag”. You will need to move these files to a file named php.ini and upload php.ini into your public_html directory. Then, add the following line into the .htaccess file in your public_html:
where “username” is your cPanel username. You will need to remove php_value and php_flag from ALL .htaccess files you may have. However, you only need to add the suPHP_ConfigPath line in the .htaccess file in your public_html directory only.
Please note that you will need to change the format of your php_value and php_flag lines into the php.ini format