No they do not notify you, once staff looks into this they reply to your thread.
staff wont email you. and yes it could a while before anyone replies.
i also have a paid account with cpanel 11, and 1 with x10hosting.
and yes the methods are different between the 2.
you can read this post and...
i dont think you enter the txt dns entry for the domain.
it may mess up your x10 dns settings.
last time i did mine i saw an option to enter your...
you mentioned making changes but didnt say if you saved it.
any changes need to be manually saved to take effect.
file manager dos not auto-save it.
i think this is an issue only support staff can fix for you.
you will need to wait for staff to reply to get access to ssl.
this might take a...
it would be more beneficial to just search using google for what you want.
instead of limiting your search to the support forums.
it appears you are talking about a problem with your website layout,
which is not a x10 hosting or x10 server problem.
i am not sure but it looks...
if you removed a "subdomain" you'd need to create it again.
under your DirectAdmin panel > subdomain management > add subdomain
It might be...
can you provide more information ?
like what site your talking about.
any error messages ??
you can have a look at the post here
it might be a bit helpful until staff can reply.
do you have existing pointers? you should be allowed a new one.
your initial x10 domain does not count as a pointer.
you could also try the "add...
you should wait for support to reply.
a previous suggestion of mine likely would not work for you.
see the reply from Anna to resolve...
you need to be using 75% of your disc space to get an increase.
please read the TOS (terms of service)
you should check that you do not have...
have you checked your A records to make sure the ip address is the same
as what garrettroyce suggested ?
your website works from http://www.upacars.x10.mx/
you need to go to your namecheap account and make sure your dns settings
points to your x10...
there is many different ways to do that. 1 method that worked for me is this....
in the root .htaccess file you would have this in the file......
If you use the file manager you can check file permissions easily.
by default the permissions should be like this:
'files' would be 644 and...
normally you should create a new thread requesting the increase,
but staff may reply here when they see it.
To increase space you must be using at least 75% of your total space.
you must also make sure you do not have stored backups or zip files.
seems a few people are reporting the same ftp issue.
Separate names with a comma.