Showing posts with label Type. Show all posts
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Monday, August 31, 2015

How to Convert Domain Names to IP

Access the command prompt on your computer. In Windows, click on the 'Start' button, select 'Run,' type in 'cmd' (without the quotes) and press 'OK.'
Type 'ping' (without the quotes) in the command line. Replace 'thedomainname' to the domain name that you wish to convert into an IP.
Press 'Enter.' The IP of the domain name will be displayed on your screen.
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Sunday, August 30, 2015

How to Put Your Own Template on

Open the Webs site. Click your website type from the drop-down menu, and then click 'Get Started.'
Type your email address, a password, your name, birth date and gender in the designated fields and then click 'HTML-Only Mode.'
Type your desired website address in the 'Site Address' field. Type the Captcha characters as they're shown, and then click 'Next Step.'
Click your account package and click 'Select Now' or 'Upgrade Now' to create your site.
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How to Block Websites With cPanel (4 Steps)

Log in to cPanel by launching your Web browser, then typing in the login page address in the address bar and press 'Enter.' Type your cPanel username and password into the displayed text fields and click 'OK.'
Click the 'IP Deny Manager' icon under the 'Security' section.
Type the IP address of the user you wish to block into the 'IP Address or Domain' text field. If you have a blog installed on your hosting server, typically find the IP address of the user you wish to block in the comments area, next to their username.
Click the 'Add' button to block your website from being accessed by the particular IP address. The blocked IP address displays at the bottom of the screen.
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Saturday, August 29, 2015

How to Set Up POP3 Mail (12 Steps)

Open Microsoft Outlook and select 'Tools > Email Accounts' from the menu. In the 'Email Accounts' dialog box, select the option: 'Add a new e-mail account' and hit 'Next.'
Select POP3 as the option to connect to a POP3 e-mail server and download your e-mail and hit 'Next.'
Type in the name you would like to appear in the 'From' field for your outgoing emails and enter the email address you're setting up in the 'E-mail Address' field. Add the user name and password from your Internet server for your email account.
Add your incoming mail server (POP3) and outgoing mail server (SMTP) information under 'Server Information' and place a checkmark by 'Remember password.'
Select the 'More Settings' button. In the 'Internet E-mail Settings' dialog box, select the 'Outgoing Server' tab. Place a checkmark beside 'My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.' Leave the 'Use same settings as my incoming mail server' option selected and click OK.
Hit the 'Finish' button to complete the set up.
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How to Ping a Domain Name

Click the 'Start' button and search for 'Command Prompt' in the search bar. Alternatively, click on 'My Programs' and navigate to 'Accessories.' The 'Command Prompt' application is second on the list.
Right-click on 'Command Prompt' and select 'Run as Administrator.' A dialog box will open asking you to confirm your action. Click 'Yes.'
Type 'ping' (without quotes) followed by the domain you wish to ping. For example, to ping, you would type 'ping' (without quotes). Press 'Enter' to input the command.
Customize the ping command for extra functionality. Ping a domain indefinitely by appending '-t' to create 'ping -t' Add '-n' followed by a number to set a specific number of pings. To ping eHow 10 times, you would type, 'ping -n 10'
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How to Set Up an Email Account on BluDomain (8 Steps)

Open the hosting information email that was sent to you by BluDomain to get your cPanel user name and password.
Visit your website's cPanel by typing your URL followed by /cpanel into your browser. For example, type
Wait for the authorization box to open and then enter your cPanel user name and password in the corresponding fields.
Click the mail icon under the 'Mail' section.
Select 'Manage/Add/Remove' and then click the 'Add Account' button.
Enter your desired email user name and password in the corresponding fields.
Enter a quota between 10 MB and 100 MB inside the 'Mailbox Quota' box.
Click the 'Create Account' button to set up your email account.
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Friday, August 28, 2015

How to Calculate a File's Checksum

Download the FCIV file from the Microsoft website (see link in the Resources section) and save it on your computer.
Double-click the file to extract it. Save the file in C:\windows\system32\.
Go to the Start menu and type “cmd” (without quotations) in the Run or “Search for programs and files” field and press “Enter.”
Navigate to the folder hosting the file.
Type “fciv filename” (without quotations, and substituting the name of the file you wish to check) and press “Enter” to create the MD5 checksum.
Type “fciv –sha1 filename” and press “Enter” to create the SHA1 checksum.
Compare the checksum with the one provided with the file.
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How to Import an Existing Site to Dreamweaver FTP

Open Dreamweaver, and then click 'Site' from the main menu. Click on 'New Site' from the site menu to start setting up the new site.
Enter the name for the site that will appear in the Dreamweaver site manager on the 'Site' tab. You can use the website's domain name as the site name to help identify the site. Click on the folder icon next to the 'Local Site Folder' box, and create a directory on your computer's hard disk to store the site files. This directory mirrors the site directory on the remote server.
Click on 'Servers' from the menu on the left of the window to view the 'Servers' tab, and then click on the '+' button at the bottom of the box.
Type in a server name to identify the server. Select how Dreamweaver should connect to the server from the 'Connect Using' drop-down menu, such as through FTP or SFTP. Leave this set to 'FTP' if you are unsure of the connection method. Type in the FTP address of the server, as a domain name or IP address, and enter the FTP user name and password in the relevant boxes.
Type in the directory that corresponds to the root directory of the website in the 'Root Directory' box. For example, if you have to change to a directory named 'public_html' to upload files to the website, enter '/public_html/' in the box. If you are automatically located in the root directory of the website when you log in through FTP, leave the box blank. Type in the root URL of the website in the 'Web URL' box, such as ''
Click the 'Test' button to test the FTP connection. You should see a notification appear that the connection has been successful. If the connection fails, double-check all the settings with your Web host to ensure they are correct. Click the 'Save' button to save the settings and close the server window. Click the 'Save' button again on the main window to save the site and close.
Select the new site from the site drop-down menu on the Files panel. Press 'F8' to display the panel if it is not already visible. Select 'Remote Server' from the drop-down menu at the top right of the Files panel, and then click the 'Connect' button to connect to the server. You see all the files held on the FTP server for the site displayed in the 'Remote Server' box.
Click on the file or directory at the top of the remote files list to select it, and then hold down the 'Shift' key while clicking the last file or directory to select all files. Right-click on the highlighted files and click 'Get' to download the files to your computer. You can now edit the files in Dreamweaver and upload changed files to the remote server using the 'Put' command.
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Thursday, August 27, 2015

How to Create a Micro Website

Brainstorm a list of 5 to 10 possible domain names related to the focus of your micro website.
Decide on a domain name from your list. This is the official address of your website, such as A micro website must be tightly focused on one single product or idea, and the domain name should reflect that focus.
Type in the name of your favorite domain registrar into the address bar of your Web browser, and use the registrar's website to search for your favorite potential domain name.
Choose a Web host. Since you are only creating a micro website with one or two pages, you do not need to be concerned with how much space and bandwidth comes with your hosting account. Your main concerns when shopping for a Web host should be uptime guarantee and price. Read reviews of Web hosts on a reliable hosting review site, such as the one listed in the Resources section of this article.
Find out the Web host's domain name servers. Log into the domain registrar's website and follow the online instructions to set up the proper DNS for your new domain name. You will need to put the DNS addresses of your Web host's domain name servers into a form on the registrar's website. This will point your domain name to the Web host's server, where your website's files will be located.
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How to Edit Video Resolution (3 Steps)

Open Windows Movie Maker. Import your Windows-compatible video file (such as .avi or .wmv ) into Windows Movie Maker. Go to the Movie Tasks pane, click 'Send to the Web' under 'Finish Movie' and the Save Movie Wizard appears. If you choose, you now may type a name for your movie. On the Movie Setting page, select the type of Internet connection you believe most of your viewers have. Then click 'Next.' Movie Maker saves your movie, which might take several minutes, depending on the length of your movie. You then have the option to save your movie to your chosen video hosting account, such as YouTube. Follow the onscreen directions. The Save Movie Wizard uploads your movie to your video hosting provider. On the 'Completing the Save Movie Wizard' page, select 'Watch my movie on the Web after I click Finish,' then click 'Finish.'
Open iMovie on your Mac-based computer. Import your Mac-compatible video file (such as .mov) into iMovie by choosing 'File,' then 'Import
Open Final Cut Pro on your Mac-based computer. Import your Mac-compatible video file (such as .mov) into Final Cut Pro by clicking 'File
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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

How to Uninstall a BIND in YUM

Log into your Linux system and open a new terminal window. Each Linux distribution stores this shortcut in a different place. Check your system's documentation if you do not know where to locate it.
Type 'sudo yum remove bind' without quotation marks, then press 'Enter.'
Type your system's root password when prompted, then press 'Enter.'
Press 'Y' when asked to confirm the package removal. Bind will be stopped and uninstalled from your system.
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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

How to Access cPanel (4 Steps)

Open your browser.
Type 'https://IP Address:2083' in the address bar. Replace 'IP Address' with your website's IP address. If your website is more than a week old, replace 'IP Address' with your site's domain name. Hit 'Enter' to access your cPanel log-in page.
Enter your cPanel user name and password.
Click 'Login.'
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Monday, August 24, 2015

How to Find My SMTP Server IP Address (3 Steps)

Click 'Start,' then 'Run' and type 'cmd' in the box that appears.
Press enter. A command window will appear.
Type 'ping,' a space and then the name of your SMTP Server. For example, type 'ping' and press 'Enter.' The window will then try to contact the SMTP server by the IP address. It will say, 'Pinging x.x.x.x with 32 bytes of data.' The 'x.x.x.x' will be the SMTP server's IP address.
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How to Forward Mail From Horde to Gmail

Sign in to your Gmail account at
Click on the gears icon on the upper-right of your Gmail screen, next to your Gmail address, and select 'Mail Settings.'
Click on the 'Accounts' tab.
Click 'Add a mail account you own' in the 'Get mail from other accounts:' section. A new window emerges.
Type in the name of your Horde account in the 'Name:' text box, and the email address for your Horde account in the 'Email address' text box. Click 'Next Step.'
Type in your Horde account username in the 'Username' text box, your Horde account password in the 'Password' text box, and the name of your Horde account's POP server in the 'POP Server' text box. Select the correct POP server port number from the drop-down menu. The POP server name and port number are obtainable from your Web-hosting provider.
Check the 'Leave a copy of retrieved message on the server' box if you want to preserve the original mail on your POP server. Check the 'Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail' if your POP server supports the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) option. Check the 'Label incoming messages' box as your Horde email address if you want to distinguish your Horde mail from your Google mail. Check the 'Archive incoming messages' box if you do not want your Horde mail to appear in your inbox, but rather be archived.
Click 'Add Account.' If you have typed in your username, password and POP server name correctly, you have then successfully imported or forwarded your Horde mail to Gmail. If there is mail in your Horde inbox at this time, you will soon see them within your Gmail account, based on the settings in Step 7.
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How to Repair Windows Script Host (7 Steps)

Click the 'Start' menu and choose the 'Run' option. Enter the letters 'CMD' into 'Run' and press 'OK.'
Enter the text 'regsrv3,' followed by a space and the line '%systemroot%.' Immediately after the second % symbol, type in '\system32.' All of this text is the main prefix that you will need to use for each entry.
Type the letters 'vbscript.dll' after the first main prefix line and press the 'Enter' key to enter the first command.
Enter another line of prefix text followed by 'jscript.dll' to make the second command. Make a third command with the main prefix followed by 'dispex.dll' and press 'Enter.'
Type in the fourth command line using the main prefix plus scrobj.dll and press 'Enter.' The fifth command uses the main prefix with the line 'scrrun.dll.'
Add the sixth command line with the main prefix and suffix of 'wshext.dll' and press 'Enter.' Type in the final line with the prefix followed by 'wshom.ocx' and press 'Enter.'
Restart your computer to allow the script additions to take effect.
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Sunday, August 23, 2015

How to Enable Mod

Log on to cPanel. Click on 'File Manager.'
Navigate to your root directory (public_html). Click the '.htaccess' file, then click 'Edit.'
Type 'RewriteEngine On' to enable mod_rewrite. You can use mod_rewrite to write a number of commands such as controlling access to your website and redirecting visitors (see Resources) . To redirect your domain to another directory type the following:RewriteEngine OnRewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^$RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/HTML2/RewriteRule ^(.*)$ /HTML2/$1Click 'Save Changes.'
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How to Add Google Checkout to OpenCart

Open your browser. Type '' into the address bar. Press the 'Enter' key.
Locate your version of OpenCart. Click on the 'Download' link next to your version.
Click on 'Save File' and 'OK' to save the file to your desktop. Wait for the file to download.
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How to Build a Website for a School Project (6 Steps)

Open a text editor. Click 'Start.' Then navigate to 'All Programs' and 'Accessories.' Select 'Notepad.'
My School Project
This is the first paragraph.
This is the second paragraph.
' are the opening tags while '
' are the closing tags. Most tags need to be opened, then closed. For example, all Web pages start with
and close with
. For example 'My School Project' means than you open the '', or heading 1, tag, then write the text of the heading, then close the heading tag.
Save the file as 'index.html.' Remember, however, to specify the 'Save as type' as 'All Files' rather than 'Text Documents' when saving the file.
Register your website for free at any of the free hosting websites that exist on the Web. You can find two such websites in the Resources section of this article. The registration process is easy. After you register, you'll get a username and password to be able to upload your 'index.html' file. When registering, write down the domain name of your website (for example,
Log onto the password-protected area of the hosting website with which you registered. Click 'Upload' and select the 'index.html' file you saved in Step 3.
Go to the domain name that you received when registering your free website (e.g., You should see this: My School Project (large letters)
This is the first paragraph.
This is the second paragraph.
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Saturday, August 22, 2015

How to Move CMS Made Simple to a New Server (7 Steps)

Open a browser window, navigate to the Admin Console of your CMS Made Simple website and log in with an Administrator password. The path to your Admin console is “,” where “yourwebsite” is the domain name of your site and “cms_location” is the directory where CMS Made Simple is installed. For example, if your website is and CMS Made Simple is installed in a directory called “simple,” you would type “” to open the Admin console.
Click “Site Admin,” “Global Settings,” “Clear Cache” and “OK.”
Navigate to your Web-hosting management console and download your CMS Made Simple database. If you use cPanel or DirectAdmin, click 'phpMyAdmin' in the Databases panel, log in to the database, if necessary, and click “Export.” Click the “Quick” export method, click “SQL” from the 'Format' drop-down menu and click “Go.” Save the SQL file on your desktop.
Open an FTP client like Filezilla, log in to your Web server and download the directory that contains the CMS Made Simple files. Save the files in a directory on your computer.
Log in to your new Web server with your FTP client and upload the saved Content Made Simple directory on your computer. Ensure that the “tmp,” “uploads” and “modules” directories and subdirectories are writeable.
Log in to the Web-hosting management console on your new server, open 'phpMyAdmin' and click “Import.” Click “Browse” and navigate to the saved SQL file on your computer. Click “SQL” from the 'Format' drop-down menu and click “Go.”
Log in to your new CMS Made Simple site and ensure that all files have been moved and that your data is intact.
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How to Setup a Secureserver.Net Email (10 Steps)

Select 'Accounts' from the 'Tools' menu in Outlook Express.
Open the 'Mail' tab. Click on the 'Add' button and select 'Mail' from the popup menu.
Type your first and last name as you wish it to appear to others and click 'Next'.
Type your email address exactly as it is set up with your account and click 'Next'.
Select 'POP3' as the incoming mail server type. Type '' into the 'Incoming Mail server' field and '' as your 'Outgoing Mail Sever'. Click 'Next'.
Type your email address in the 'Account Name' field and your password in the 'Password' field. Remember that these are case sensitive. 'password1' and 'PASSword1' are considered different. Leave 'Log On Using Secure Password Authentication' unchecked and click 'Next'.
Click 'Finish' on the confirmation page. Although Outlook Express will say that your account setup is complete, there are a few advanced settings to change to connect to your account.
Click on the account you just created in the 'Mail' tab to select it, click the 'Properties' button, and select the 'Servers' tab.
Check the box next to 'My Server Requires Authentication' and click 'Apply'.
Click on the 'Advanced' tab. Change the 'Outgoing Mail' port to 80 and click OK. Click close to return to Outlook Express. Your new emails will begin downloading and you can now send outgoing mail.
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