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.
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Go Daddy is an Arizona-based company that registers millions of Website domain names and hosts many sites as well as providing email, analytics and business tools.Log in to your Go Daddy Account Manager by typing your customer number or login name and password.
Click 'Web Hosting' from the 'Products' section.
Locate your hosting account and click 'Launch' next to it.
Type your external domain in the 'Enter domain' field.
Use the automatically generated user name in the 'FTP user name' field. If you wish to change your user name, click 'Change.' Enter your preferred FTP user name.
Type and retype a password that you wish to use to access the hosting account with FTP.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Visit the website of the registrar where you want to transfer your domain name, such as GoDaddy or NameCheap. Go to the page on the site for transferring a domain.
Enter the URL of the domain that you want to transfer in the open field. Select the length of time that you want to register it for and pay for the transfer. When you transfer a domain, you usually get a free one-year extension.
Check your email because you will get an email from the registrar after you pay. This email will contain a transfer authorization code and ID. Log into your account with the registrar and go to the 'Domain Manager' area. Go to the 'Domains' menu and select 'Pending Transfers.'
Click on the 'Authorization' button and enter in the authorization code and ID from the email. Click 'Next.' Your domain name will be listed and it will ask for the transfer authorization code from BigCommerce.
Log into your BigCommerce account and click on 'Tools' and then 'Move Domain.' Select 'Transfer Domain To New Registrar.' Once you do this, you will see a transfer authorization code.
Go back to your new registrar account and enter in the transfer authorization code from BigCommerce. Click 'Finish' after you have entered it. It can take up to seven days for the transfer to complete. The new registrar will send you an email after the transfer is complete.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Host your mail server on a static IP address. If your IP address changes too frequently, other mail servers might not be able to connect to your server. A static IP address never changes. If you are leasing a dedicated server or co-locating your server inside your hosting provider's facility, then you have already been assigned a static IP address. If you're running a mail server from a home or small business Internet connection, then you might have been provisioned a dynamic IP address. Ask your Internet service provider to upgrade you to a static IP address if you don't already have one.
Establish reverse DNS records. Unsolicited email is such a problem that many email servers routinely reject incoming email unless it appears unlikely to have been forged. A reverse DNS record, also known as a PTR record, links your server's IP address with your server's domain name. Creating this link strengthens the credibility of your server and makes other mail servers less likely to delete your mail. To set up a reverse DNS record, you must ask your domain name administrator to create the record on your behalf.
Create DNS 'MX' records. The Domain Name System (DNS) is the service that a computer uses to look up a server's address. DNS supports a special record just for mail servers: the 'MX' record. These records, also known as 'mail exchanger' records, map domain names into mail servers. If your mail server is called 'mail.mysite.net', for example, then you need an MX record pointing from the domain mysite.net to the server mail.mysite.net. Ask your DNS administrator to set up your MX records on your behalf.
Disable mail relaying in your mail server's configuration. In modern email deployments, a mail server is supposed to accept mail addressed to only one domain name. Nevertheless, a mail server may still choose to accept any mail as long as it forwards the message to its destination. A mail server that accepts any mail is an open relay. Because open relays are responsible for so much unsolicited mail, most mail servers block mail from an open relay whether it is legitimate or not. To avoid this situation, check your server's configuration and make sure that it accepts mail only for its own domain name.
Monday, August 24, 2015
Register for an unlimited hosting plan. Unlimited hosting plans will allow you to host many websites for one low price. This will allow you to piggyback host your friends' websites.For the purpose of this article (and because of its sheer ease of use), Host Gator will be used as an example (see Resources).
Log into the 'cPanel' (control panel) for his hosting plan. The cPanel can be reached by going to the URL provided upon registration. It will be included in an email titled 'Information about your hosting plan.'
Scroll down the cPanel homepage, a little past the halfway point. Under the 'Domains' section, there's an icon that has the letters 'www' with the addition symbol ('+') beneath the letters. Underneath, it says, 'Addon Domains.' Click this icon.
Enter the information of your friend's website, which you want to host on your hosting plan. Simply type in the name of your site under the 'New Domain Name' field. Proper format is http://yoursite.com (substituting the name of your real site for the words 'yoursite.com').
Press the 'Tab' key on your keyboard to move to the next field, Subdomain Name. This field will be automatically filled in for you.
Press the 'Tab' key on your keyboard to move to the Document Root field. This field will be automatically filled in for you.
Press the 'Tab' key on your keyboard to move to the next field. Choose a password for your new website. This will be how you access your site's files via FTP. Choose a strong, hard-to-crack password that includes letters, numbers and symbols.
Click the 'Add Domain!' button and you're finished. You are now hosting your friend's website.
Log in to your Web hosting control panel by following your host's instructions.
Select the 'Create Account' option within the main screen of the control panel to create a new email account. Enter a user name and password and press the 'Create' or similar button. If your Web hosting package allows, you can create several email addresses using this method.
Press 'Mail Accounts' from the main screen of the control panel to see a list of your email addresses. Select the 'Webmail' option next to the email address of your choice to log in to the email account. If an additional screen opens offering you several choices of Web mail services, click on the 'Horde' option to access Horde email.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
Navigate to the MWEB homepage (see Resources) and click 'Email.'
Click 'Click Here to Register.'
Enter the email address you want to use to create your MWEB account in the 'E-mail Address' field. Click 'Submit.' A 'thank you' message appears telling you to log into the email address you used to activate your account.
Log into the email account you used in the previous step.
Find the email from 'firstname.lastname@example.org' and click the 'Complete Registration' link to complete the MWEB email-account-creation process.
Log on to your computer and search for astrological chart software. Read reviews of the software. Download free trials. Draw your own astrological chart. Compare prices, features and reporting.
Search for chart interpretation software. Read reviews of the software and download free trials. Draw your own astrological chart. Choose the software and interpretation software you like best based on your comparison.
Choose a name for your astrological chart business. Go to a reliable domain registration and hosting service like hostgator.com or GoDaddy.com and register your domain. Pay the fee and look for your confirmation email with the details on your site.
Write content for your website, including information on the 12 signs of the zodiac and details about the products and services you will offer in your astrological chart business.
Go to your site and log into your control panel. Upload the software you will need to create your site, such as Wordpress blogging and webpage creation software. Upload the payment software you will need for your site, such as ZenCart.
Upload the content for your website pages. Upload the product details into your shopping cart.
Set the price for the astrological charts according to the amount of work it will take to run a customer's information and create an astrological chart for her. Provide your email address so she can get in touch with you to provide birth date and birth hour (if known) to create the chart. Save all data in the shopping cart. Run a test order to be sure everything in the cart is working.
Create a marketing plan for your new website and astrological chart service. Generate traffic for your site by using your URL in all your emails as part of your signature file.
Research other astrology-related products so you can become an affiliate and generate even more income from your website. Create the links for these products and add them to your site.
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Go to Networksolutions.com. You will see a tab on the top righthand side of the page that says 'Manage Account.' Below 'Manage Account' is a dropdown menu, and the first option is 'Log In.' Click on 'Log In.' This will take you to the account management page, where you will see a log-in area where you can put in your user id and password. Below the password option is a link that reads 'I've forgotten my user id or password.'
Click on the link that reads 'I've forgotten my user id or password.' You will be automatically directed to a new page that gives you the option to retrieve your password or user id. On the righthand side of the page, there is a box with information on how to retrieve your user id. This can be done either by providing the email address that you used to register the domain name or by entering your domain name.
Type in your domain name in the box provided and click the 'retrieve user id' button. A new page will appear that will show both the primary contact as well as the technical contact. There are two circular buttons on the page, one for the primary contact and one for the technical contact. Click on the primary contact and click 'continue.' Once you click 'continue,' a page will appear that provides you with the option to have your user id sent to your email address on file or to update your email address via fax in the event that your address is no longer valid. Assuming that your email address is valid, simply click on the option to have your user id emailed to you and click the 'continue' button. Your request will then be confirmed and your user id will be automatically emailed to you. In the event that you do not see it straight away in your inbox, be sure to check your spam or junk folder to see if it went there by mistake.
Select the option to update your email address via fax in the event that your previous email address no longer works or is outdated and click the 'continue' button. You'll be asked for your new email address and to provide a telephone number. Click the 'go' button and continue to follow the instructions to update your email address via fax.
Write down your user id once you have obtained it and save it in your email as well for future reference. In the event that you encounter and problems trying to retrieve your user id or need further assistance, click on the Network Solutions Customer service page (see Resources). The customer service page includes both online customer service information as well as telephone numbers for both United States and International customers.
Select a domain name for your website. Take some time with this and make sure that the domain name you choose is descriptive and spelled correctly.
Navigate to Go Daddy (godaddy.com) and register your domain name.
Go to HostGator (hostgator.com) and register for a hosting plan for your website. Choose a plan that will suit your current and future goals. If you think you'll eventually have more than one blog in the near future, it's a good financial decision to purchase a plan that will let you host more than one site for one low price, rather than paying $5 per site each month.
After completing your host plan purchase, HostGator will send you a confirmation email thanking you for your purchase. The site will also send you an email with the subject line, 'Your HostGator Account Information.' Save this email (save a hard copy by using your computer printer, and save it in your email account).
Navigate to Go Daddy once again, and log in.
From the top navigation bar, click 'Domains' and select 'My domains' from the drop-down menu. A new page or tab (depending on your browser) will appear, listing all of the domains you've purchased from Go Daddy. Check the box next to the one you want to host on HostGator. After checking the box, a navigation bar will fill in above the domain name list.
Click 'Nameservers.' This will open up a new section at the top of your screen.
Select the 'Custom nameservers (I host my domains elsewhere)' radio button.
Open up the saved email that HostGator sent you and find the section that states, 'Your name servers:'
In the Go Daddy Nameservers Control Panel, replace the nameserver in the 'nameserver 1' box with the first value that HostGator sent you. It should look like XXXXXX.hostgator.com (with the Xs being your unique values that HostGator assigned).
Next, replace the nameserver in the 'nameserver 2' box with the second value that HostGator sent you. It should look like XXXXXX.hostgator.com (with the Xs being your unique values that HostGator gave you).
Click the orange 'Okay' button to finish the process.
Log in to your HostGator account. Add your Go Daddy domain to your hosting plan and you're done.