Installing Site Applications in Site Manager

Installing Site Applications in Site Manager

This video tutorial will teach you how to install WordPress, Joomla, and many more website applications using your Site Manager web hosting account. If you don't have a web hosting account with WestHost you can obtain one at http://www.westhost.com/web-hosting/. Thanks to proprietary web hosting control panel installing WordPress, Joomla, and many more website applications is easy and not much more than a few clicks. With a large population of people using popular blog, shopping cart and other platforms, you don't want to miss out on the fun! Each WestHost account includes many features to make your online presence strong and enjoyable! Visit http://www.westhost.com for more info. WestHost on Twitter http://twitter.com/westhost WestHost Tech on Twitter http://twitter.com/WHhelp WestHost on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/westhost

How to Upload to FTP Server (with and without third-party software)

How to Upload to FTP Server (with and without third-party software)

In this tutorial we will guide you how to upload to FTP Server. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ Step 1 -- The Map Network Drive option For that, open up My Computer and click on the map Network Drive option on top. Step 2 -- Connecting to a website As a result the network drive wizard will open up. Over here, click on the option bellow which says "connect to a web site that you can use to store your documents and pictures". Step 3 -- Network location wizard Next, the Add Network Location window will open up. Here, in the welcome screen simply click on the Next button to move on with the process. Step 4 -- Specifying the location of the FTP server In the next window, click on the" choose a custom network location" option and specify the address of your FTP server over here. Step 5 -- Specifying the username and password In the next window, let's uncheck the "Log on anonymously" option and enter the user name which we will be logging in as. Step 6 -- Naming the location With that done, you can name your network location and move on with the process. Step 7 -- Confirmation window And that's it. The network drive will be now created and you can hit the finish button to close the wizard. Step 8 -- Logging into the FTP server With that done, the ftp server will automatically open up in a new window. A pop up window will open up where you will be required to enter the username and password. Once done, click on the Log On button. Step 9 -- Uploading through the windows explorer Now that you have successfully logged in, all you need to do to upload to FTP server is to simply copy and paste them over here. For example, let's drag a folder inside the ftp server's public folder. By doing so, you will be copying that folder and uploading it to your ftp server. Step 10 -- Your ftp server in My Computer Now let's close the ftp window and move back to my computer. Over here, you will notice that your Ftp Server location has mounted in the Network Location section. Now you can easily access your FTP server from My Computer only. All you have to do is double click on its icon over here and it will open up the FTP server. Step 11 -- Using Filezilla's Quick Connect Feature Alternatively, you can even use various third party ftp applications for uploading files to your FTP server. Once such example is Filezilla, which is a lightweight ftp client capable of securely transferring files both via SSL and TLS protocols. It has a very easy user interface. You can download the application from filezilla-project.org Once downloaded and installed, let's run the program. Over here, at the top you will see the quick connect bar. All you have to do is enter your hostname, username, password and the port number. The hostname can differ from your website domain, so it's important to get that checked from the hosting company. The port default port number used for establishing an ftp connection is 21. Once you hit the quick connect button, it will automatically connect to your ftp server. Step 12 -- Browsing through the application On the right hand site you have the remote site, the ftp server that you are connecting to. On the left side, you have your local hard disk. You can navigate around your ftp server and your hard drive from the browsing windows here. Step 13 -- Using the Site Manager Feature Now let's disconnect the session for now. If you frequently use an ftp server, it's best to store all the details required for the connection. For that, move to the File menu and click on the Site Manager option. Step 14 -- Adding a website to Filezilla Over here, click on the New Site option below and let's start adding the details for the Ftp Server, starting by giving a name to this site. After that you can input the rest of the details, like the host name and the port number. Move to the Logon Types option and you will see a number of options there. If you don't want the application to store your password, click on the Ask for password option. After that, let's enter the username and click on Ok. Step 15 -- Accessing the FTP server through the Site Manager Now if we open the Site Manager drop down menu here, you can see that the website we just added is stored here. If you click on the website, it will start establishing a connection and you would be prompted for the password. Let's enter the password here and there you can see that the connection has been successfully established. Step 16 -- Uploading a file through Filezilla Now let's browse through the hard drive and locate the file that we want to upload. Next, we will upload this image here to the ftp server. For that, simply drag and drop the image to the ftp browser window.

Installing Applications in cPanel | How to install WordPress, Drupal, Zen Cart and more in cPanel

Installing Applications in cPanel | How to install WordPress, Drupal, Zen Cart and more in cPanel

In this video tutorial we'll show you how to install WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and many more website applications using your cPanel web hosting account. If you don't have a cPanel web hosting account you can set one up at http://www.westhost.com/web-hosting/. Thanks to WestHost's partnership with Softaculous installing WordPress, Drupal , Joomla, and many more website applications is simple and not much more than a few clicks. With a large population of people using popular blog, shopping cart and other platforms, you don't want to miss out on the fun! Visit http://www.softaculous.com/softwares to see all the application available in one-click installs. If you haven't set up your custom email view our other video on cPanel email setup, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzPo8BhZdik. Each WestHost account includes many features! Visit http://www.westhost.com for more info. WestHost on Twitter http://twitter.com/westhost WestHost Tech on Twitter http://twitter.com/WHhelp WestHost on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/westhost

How To Customize Joomla Template

How To Customize Joomla Template

In this video tutorial, we'll show you how to edit/style a #Joomla template. Use of Chrome developer tool and #Firebug. Be in touch with us: --------- Website : http://www.themexpert.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Themexpert

Joomla 3.x - How to create a multilingual site in 6 steps

Joomla 3.x - How to create a multilingual site in 6 steps

1. Install Languages 2. Create a new content language with unique parameters 3. Enable Language Filter 4. Create a language switcher module 5. Create a menu for every installed language and leave one additional for both languages 6. Create a menu module for the new language Download free Joomla Templates here: https://warptheme.com/

How to upgrade Joomla 1.5.x to the latest version using cPanel - Joomla Tutorials

How to upgrade Joomla 1.5.x to the latest version using cPanel - Joomla Tutorials

How to upgrade Joomla 1.5.x to the latest version using cPanel • Installing updates is an essential part of running any type of web software. Not doing so can leave your entire web hosting vulnerable to security issues. • Looking at the process, it could seem like a difficult task but it can further be broken down in simple steps. • Log into your joomla site and look at the top right corner that which version you are using. Now go to the Joomla.org and download the updates. • Look down and right and click on the download button. The page includes the latest version. Click on the link of Download other Joomla 1.5x packages • Open the Files tab, look through the files until you find the version required to be downloaded. Save that file to your computer. The patch is saved to your computer. • Before applying the patch you will be needed to make a backup of the entire Joomla database. After making the backup, you should also make a backup of the entire joomla directory. • Go to the file manager in the cPanel and then right click on the Joomla folder and click on copy. Give the name of the backup and click on copy file(s). • On refreshing a backup directory will be created and now let's upgrade the file that we have downloaded. • Double click on the original Joomla directory and go to upload. A upload files screen will be displayed and then click on browse and double click on the patch previously downloaded. • The upload is complete and then click on the link to go back to the File Manager • Now, we are to extract the package. Scroll down to it and checkbox next to the file and click on extract. Verify that the file is going to be extracted to the Joomla directory. Click on extract files(s). • A list of extracting lines will be displayed, after it is done, click on the X to return to the File manager. • The upgrade process should be complete by now. Go to your Joomla site to confirm if the version has been updated.

Basic English Grammar - Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb

Basic English Grammar - Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb

http://www.engvid.com/ What is a noun? What is a verb? What is an adjective? AHHHHH!!! Learn how to recognize nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs in this important basic grammar lesson. Then test yourself with the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/basics-noun-verb-adjective-adverb/

Part 3 :: Using FTP and uploading your first site! - Digital Ocean Tutorials

Part 3 :: Using FTP and uploading your first site! - Digital Ocean Tutorials

This tutorial will teach you how to upload your first site to your droplet, but also how to connect to your droplet and use FTP. $10 coupon, only works when adding a credit card: SSDTWTTR Link to Digital Ocean: https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=feb906d283d5

Establish a Wifi connection on a Secomea SiteManager

Establish a Wifi connection on a Secomea SiteManager

Secomea SiteManager with Wifi - Learn how to establish a Wifi connection on a Secomea SiteManager. For more information on the Secomea SiteManager WiFi adapter see the SiteManager accessories page http://www.secomea.com/products/sitemanager-accessories/ Requirements: You must have firmware 14115 or newer installed on the SiteManager You must use WPA, WPA2 or higher security standards for Wifi Networks You must have a Secomea USB Wifi Adapter

Opencart Marketplace - WebKul- Multi-Vendor Marketplace Opencart Module

Opencart Marketplace - WebKul- Multi-Vendor Marketplace Opencart Module

OpenCart Marketplace Module will convert your opencart store in to Marketplace with separate .seller product collection and separate seller with feedback support and rating . DOWNLOAD - http://store.webkul.com/OpenCart-Modules/OpenCart-MarketPlace.html 1 - Separate seller profile . 2 - seller can add banner , shop logo custom HTML text . 3 - Seller can add featured / selected product scroller in separate seller profile . 4 - separate seller's product collection . 5 - Feedback and review system with interactive star rating . 6 - Contact to seller with captcha support 7 - Different seller commission for every seller 8 - Back-end admin product assignment for seller account 9 - category and sub category assignment from seller end 10 - Seller Dashboard will display the current status of the product account e.g - pending,complete , processing Demo OpenCart admin Login info Demo for the admin MarketPlace Admin Login http://ocmp.webkul.com/admin/index.php?route=common/login username :admin password : admin123 Demo for the front end MarketPlace Front-end Login http://ocmp.webkul.com/index.php?route=account/login Username : demo@webkul.com Password : demo123 work flow of the module Work Flow https://www.box.com/s/sniwqz18bsxmfbe705gp This extension is having endless uses . For any query or suggestion please visit our ticket support system : Ticket System http://webkul.com/ticket/index.php

Top Videa -  loading... Změnit krajinu
Načíst dalších 10 videí
 
 
Sorry, You can't play this video
00:00/00:00
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE