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WordPress: From server to MAMP subdirectory – Part 2 of 2

Now that you’ve compressed your whole website from your server, downloaded it – and downloaded the MySQL database and installed it in MAMP using PhpMyAdmin, we turn now to configuring MAMP to handle your WordPress files. 393 more words

Content Management Systems

WordPress: From server to MAMP subdirectory - Part 1 of 2

So, I wanted to backup my web site to my MAMP on my iMac. But not just put it on my iMac – I wanted it to work, and to do so in a MAMP subdirectory. 634 more words

Content Management Systems

addon domain deleting issue cpanel

Step 1 : list subdomains (in whm )

Step 2 : unpark the deleletion error domain

Direct Admin

Wordpress - How to optimize your WordPress setup

After you’ve installed your WordPress blog, there are some simple tweaks you need to do to make it even more SEO friendly, block out spam, and even faster to run. 15 more words

Wordpress - How to manually install WordPress

Whilst you can setup your WordPress blog with a ‘one-click’ feature in your cPanel, it’s good to know what is really happening behind the scenes so you know how to fix things when something goes wrong. 18 more words

Wordpress issues when update/install themes/plugins/wordpress

Hello Buddies,

Recently I came across with some issues with some WordPress sites.  The error is related with the tmp folder. For example
Warning: touch() : Unable to create file /home/user/domains/userdomain.com/public_html/wp-content/uploads/contact-form-7.tmp because No such file or directory in /home/user/domains/userdomain.com/public_html/wp-admin/includes/file.php on line 155… 150 more words


Hostgator cPanel Setup and Configuration - Newbie Tutorials Module #3

How to create an email account with HostGator webhost
In this video we’ll log into HostGator’s cPanel and create a new email account. This is great for creating a support email and looks professional when displayed on your website as opposed to a free email account.