Monday, August 31, 2015
Go to the 'MediaFire' home page (See Resources).
Click the 'Login' link located at the upper-right corner of the website.
Enter your email address and password and click the 'Login to MediaFire' button.
Click the 'My Account' tab.
Select the 'Account and Billing' option.
Click the 'Cancel' link. You will continue to have access to your MediaPro account until the end of the current monthly subscription period. After your current monthly period ends, your MediaPro account will automatically delete from the MediaFire system.
Locate your podcast's RSS feed address. An RSS feed is an XML file that contains information about your podcast and the addresses of each individual podcast file. Consult your hosting provider's documentation for information on locating your podcast's RSS feed.
Click the 'Advanced' menu in iTunes and select 'Subscribe to Podcast.'
Type, or copy and paste, your podcast's feed address into the Subscribe to Podcast box and click 'OK.'
Verify a page for your podcast appears in iTunes and attempt to play an episode of your podcast. Apple declines podcasts with technical problems that don't appear in iTunes. If the podcast's page doesn't appear, your podcast's feed isn't compatible with iTunes. Contact your hosting provider with information about the problem.
Click 'iTunes Store' at the left side of the iTunes window and click 'Podcasts' at the top of the page that appears.
Click 'Publish a Podcast' at the right side of the Podcasts page on the iTunes Store page.
Type, or copy and paste, your podcast's feed address into the box on the Publish a Podcast page and press Enter.
Log in with your iTunes account's username and password.
Open the Internet Explorer Web browser on the Windows computer and click the address bar near the top of the 'Windows Internet Explorer' window that appears.
Type 'http://router_ip_address' into the address bar except replace 'router_ip_address' with the IP address of the MikroTik router and press the 'Enter' key.
Click the 'Winbox' link in the Web page that appears. Click 'Open' in the window that displays and confirm that you wish to run the 'Winbox' program if prompted.
Type the IP address of the MikroTik router into the 'Connect to' text box of the 'Winbox Loader' window that appears. Enter 'admin' into the 'Login' text box and write the Administrator password into the 'Password' field. Click the 'Connect' button.
Click 'IP' item in the left pane and then click 'Firewall' and then click the 'NAT' tab in the window that appears. Right-click empty space and click 'Add.' Click the 'General' tab and type the public or Internet IP address of the MikroTik router into the 'Dst Address' field. Type the port number that you wish to open into the 'Dst Port' box.
Click the 'Action' tab. Click the 'Action' drop down box and click the 'dst-nat' option. Enter the private network IP address to which you want the port traffic forwarded into the 'To Addresses' box. Write the port number to be forwarded into the 'To Ports' box. Click the 'Apply' button and then click the 'OK' button to save the setting.
How to change Wordpress theme, if you have a free account at Wordpress.com you just have to login to your Wordpress blog and select Appearance and then click on the Themes link. This will bring up the standard Worpdress themes available. Click on the theme you like and select Activate. Then this will become your new Wordpress theme.
If you have your own domain name and host then you will need to go to your ftp client or login to an ftp client like the one that Godaddy provides and upload a new theme. Download a theme first and once you've done that save it to a folder you can easily find. Then once inside the ftp client upload the new theme folder to:
Then login to your blog admin area youblogname.com/wp-admin and then click on Appearance and then Themes. Just as Wordpress.com you will see a preview of the theme once you click on it. You must click 'Activate the theme name' to make that your new Wordpress theme. To setup a new Wordpress blog application on Godaddy check out my other how to called how to start a Wordpress blog.
Visit the GoDaddy website and click 'My Account.' Sign in using your GoDaddy user name and password.
Click 'Hosting,' then click 'Launch' to launch the hosting account manager.
Click the 'Statistics' tab on the top frame. Click 'Traffic Logs.'
Type your user name and password again to view your site's traffic log to check the number of page views and visitors.
Open your Web browser, and log in to your cPanel area.
Click the 'Web Disk' icon under the 'Files' heading.
Scroll down and click the 'Access Web Disk' button.
Select your operating system and click 'Go.'
Go back to your computer, and click 'Save,' 'Open' and 'Run.' You are now viewing your remote website files from your local computer.
Log in to Plesk as the administrative user.
Click on the domain with the document root that you want to change.
Click on 'Web Directories,' then click on 'Preferences.'
Move to the Documents section and set the document root to a location you want to have it set as.
Click 'Save' to apply the settings.
Sunday, August 30, 2015
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.
Open all the boxes and take out all of the components.
Lay the motherboard on a clean table and open the latch on the processor socket. Dispose of the protective cover and insert the processor.
Open the memory slots by pressing the latches on the side of it outward. Insert the memory in the socket and press down until the latches click back in the upward position.
Insert the motherboard in the case and screw it in place using the screws provided with the case.
Install the hard drive(s) and CD/DVD drive in the case and secure them with screws.
Connect the case cables to the motherboard. Connect the power cables to the motherboard and drives. Connect the SATA or SAS cables from the motherboard to the drives.
Connect the server to the power outlet, screen, keyboard and mouse. Turn the server on to check if everything is plugged correctly. Close the case.
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.
Sign in to your GoDaddy Account Manager (see Resources).
Click 'Web Hosting,' and then click your account.
Click the 'File Manager.' Select the WordPress folder, and click 'Delete.'
Click the 'Hosting Control Center' link to return to the main Control Center page.
Click 'Install Apps,' then 'WordPress.' Click 'Install Now' and then continue with the wizard to create the new WordPress site, and thus resetting it.
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Find the Host Name, FTP User Name and FTP Password you created when you opened your Go Daddy hosting account. You would have written this information down when you opened your account.
Open Dreamweaver. Go to 'Site' and then 'Manage Sites.'
Pick your website from the list given in the Manage Sites dialog box or click 'New' if you haven't started your website yet.
Choose 'Add New Server' when the setup window opens. Enter a name for your connection, something like 'Go Daddy' or your domain name would be easy to identify, but any name is OK.
Click 'FTP' from the connection menu and enter the FTP User Name and FTP Password you created with Go Daddy. Check the 'Save' box if you want Dreamweaver to remember your login information.
Type your domain name in the FTP box. Click the 'Test' button to confirm the connection. Leave any other fields blank or default unless you've set up special port or proxy settings in your home network or with Go Daddy.
Check 'Automatically upload files to server on save' if you want Dreamweaver to update your website every time you save a page.
Save the connection by clicking 'Save' and go to 'Edit,' then 'Preferences' in Windows. If you're using a Mac, click 'Dreamweaver' and then 'Preferences.'
Select your website from the list on the left and choose your upload settings. Establish whether the FTP connection will time out or terminate after a specified number of minutes. You can also set Dreamweaver to 'Prompt Before Moving Files on Server' and 'Save Files Before Putting.' Experiment until you find the settings that work for you.
Download the HFS File Server installer (see Resources).
Open the file to begin installing HFS. Use the default options.
Run HFS once setup is finished.
Click on the button that reads 'Server is currently OFF.' This will activate HFS.
Read the series of numbers next to the 'Open in Browser' button. This is the IP address of the server.
Open your favorite web browser and enter the IP address given by HFS. If you see text indicating you are in HFS, you have properly set up your server.
Enable files to be shared over the file server by dragging folders into the program's window. Be sure to specify 'Real Folder' when confirming its usage.
Go to the 'Menu' option on the server, and click 'Save File System.' This will make your changes permanent.
Browse to the IP address used in Step 6. You should be able to download any file located in the public folders.
Buy a domain name and hosting for your cell phone affiliate site if you don't already have these in place. Think of a domain name that will indicate that your site is related to the cell phone or wireless technology industry. Look for a Web host that includes Fantastico or a similar control panel that gives you the ability to upload scripts and programs with one click. Purchase a basic $7 to $15 monthly hosting hosting service because this is all you will need for a cell phone affiliate website. Web hosting services include HostGator, GoDaddy and FatCow.
Upload a content management system (CMS) program to your website through your hosting control panel. Content management systems such as Wordpress, Joomla and Drupal make creating a website easy and intuitive for the end-user. Look for and install a premium theme or template on your site for your CMS. TemplateMonster, Woo Themes and ThemeForest all contain premium CMS themes that can be used for your cell phone affiliate site.
Modify the CMS theme through your administrative or control panel. Give your website a catchy name related to the cell phone industry and place this name in the header of your site. Modify color schemes and other page elements of your site to match your technology theme.
Start your website by adding content related to the cell phone and/or technology industry. Review trusted technology magazine websites such as PCMag.com and SmartphoneMag.com to find out the latest news in the technology and cell phone industries. Make a couple blog posts on your site or create separate pages devoted to the latest cell phone products, consumer deals within the industry or related news. Each program is different, but some cell phone affiliate programs may prefer affiliates who have sites related to the industry.
Log in to your cPanel by using the link which your Web host gave you when you purchased your hosting account. You can find that link in the confirmation email the company sent you upon registration.
Click on the 'MySQL databases' icon.
Click on the 'Settings' icon.
Select the 'Advanced' tab and scroll down the list until you find the 'max_allowed_packet' variable. Click in the field next to it, and input the new maximum allowed packet size you want to use.
Click on 'Save' to save your new settings.
Log in to your cPanel control panel. cPanel is generally located at yoursite.com/cpanel. (Replace 'yoursite.com' with your website address.)
Click on 'IP Deny Manager,' located under the 'Security' tab.
Type the IP address that you wish to block into the box. If you would like to block a domain, simply add the domain address into the box. cPanel will automatically attempt to locate the IP address of the given domain. Click the 'Add' button.
Double-click the 'My Computer' icon and navigate to the installation directory of Apache. In the 'conf' directory, double-click the 'httpd.conf' file.
Open httpd.conf with Notepad. Scroll down to the following line in the configuration file.
DirectoryIndex index.html index.jsp index.php
Change the DirectoryIndex line with the custom page. Below is an example of how the file should be configured for a custom default page.
DirectoryIndex myCustomPage.php index.html index.jsp index.php
Friday, August 28, 2015
Open the SNES9x emulator.
Click on the 'Netplay' dropdown menu at the top of the screen.
If you want to host the game session, click 'Act As Server.' If you are the server, you should let the person that you are playing with know your IP address so that he can connect to your computer.
If someone else is hosting the session, click 'Connect To Server...'. This will bring up a small window where you can enter the IP address of the host. There will also be another box where you can enter a port number, but the default port number that is already there should work for you.
After you are connected, you or the person you are playing with can start an old-school game of your choosing.
Open your browser, navigate to the Tumblr.com homepage and log in with your email address and password.
Click the 'Preferences' gear icon at the top of the Dashboard, scroll to the bottom of the Preferences page and click the 'Themes' link.
Click the 'Submit a theme' button near the top of the page.
Click the 'static file uploader' link in the 'Requirements' box on the right side of the page.
Click the 'Choose File' button and select the document you want to upload to the Tumblr servers.
Click the 'Upload File' button.
Copy the direct URL to the file to use it in your Tumblr theme.
In Windows XP: Click on “Start” and go to “My Computer.”In Vista/7: Click on “Start” and go to “Computer.”
For all OS:Click on “Tools,” then “Folder Options,” and select the “View” tab. In the “View” tab scroll down to the option “Hidden files and folders,” and click in the circle next to “Show hidden files and folders” Press the “Apply” button at the bottom.
In Windows XP: Go to “C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Application Data”In Windows Vista: Go to “C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming”
Locate your TeamSpeak folder, right-click on it and select “Copy.”
Paste the folder onto a CD or USB drive or you could transfer them over a local network or Internet.
Insert the CD or USB drive into the computer you are transferring to, and navigate to the folders. Right-click on them and select “Copy.”In Windows XP: Navigate on the new machine to: “C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Application Data” and Right-click in a blank space and select “Paste.”In Windows Vista/7: Navigate on the new machine to: “C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming” and Right-click in a blank space and select “Paste.”
Restart your TeamSpeak server for changes to take effect.