Last time, we have shared the Easy Cronjob web handler script with every TricksFlare users. In this post, we will show you how to create cronjob website in free hosting.
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How To Create Cronjob Website In Free Hosting?
First of all, you may want to download our cronjob script. After that, you need a web hosting account. We recommend you choosing Googiehost, ProFreeHost or Hosttales for testing purpose. In this post, we are going to choose Googiehost.
Simply access your website cPanel and open file manager.
Now, upload your script on the public_html folder or on any subdirectory. In our case, we are going to upload it to a subdirectory.
Upload the script now.
Now, extract the script.
Change the permission of logs directory to 776.
After that, change the permission of cronjob.log and cronjob.dat.php file permission to 766.
Now, open your website in a new tab.
Looks good. Everything is fine. Now, we need to set a password for the website. Go to the settings page and set a password for the website.
After that, set up a new cronjob file there.
You can see all your cronjobs in the dashboard.
Now, we need to run a native cronjob for the website. Setup an account in cron-job.org. Go to the about section in the script and find the path to the cronjob URL.
You need to replace domain name, and password with yours and run a native cronjob. Soo, the website will start to work. Easy web cronjobs is an awesome script for making cronjob website and for running unlimited cron jobs.
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