Sunday, August 30, 2015
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.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Register a domain name (URL). Find one that most closely relates to the product category, is short and uses the '.com' extension, if available.Choose a website provider. Use your existing one or find a free or low-cost hosting service like Weebly or Webs.com.
Determine the page layout needed to accommodate the number of products listed and the size of the product images to be displayed. Choose a layout that is attractive, inviting and user-friendly.Save time by using a pre-designed template for the product web page. Many hosting providers offer these, or they're available from template design websites.
Take clear, well-lit digital pictures of products for the web page, limiting image sizes to 300-400 pixels. Hire a professional photographer, if possible, to save time and get the best quality pictures.Consider using thumbnails, smaller images that expand to larger ones when clicked, so pictures will fit easily on the product web page.
Craft concise, well-written descriptions that highlight the key selling points and clearly outline the item number, title and price of each product. Anticipate questions potential buyers may have, when writing the product descriptions, to help move them toward a purchase decision.Consider adding additional information on the product web page, such as an article or current news blurb that contains keywords people are using to find similar products. Find the best keywords by searching for similar products, noting the terms that generate the most search pages.
Friday, August 21, 2015
Log into your website using the details given to you by your hosting company. By default, you should be logged into the root, or main, folder of the your site.
Look for file called 'favicon.ico' residing in the root folder. This is the icon that browsers need, and its very existence allows it to be displayed in the address bar.
Delete the 'favicon.ico' to stop browsers from displaying it in the address bar.
Replace the favicon with one of your own. Since browsers will still look for the nonexistent favicon, you will notice error logs in your sites usage statistics. Visitors to your site will not see an error, but the absence of a favicon will make the error logs longer and put a small amount of additional strain on the server. If this does not concern you, then you are already done. If you don't want to have logged errors, replace the favicon with one of your own, which can contain an image or simply be blank. You can simply download a blank favicon online (see Resources) and upload into the root folder of your websites, or you can create your own in Paint by making a 16- by 16-pixel image and saving it as 'favicon.ico.'