This tutorial will guide you through the process of configuring your website in FTP Voyager, and assumes you have already installed the application on your computer but have not yet connected to a remote server. Step 1: Access the Site Profile Manager Launch FTP Voyager. In the initial dialog, check the box that says, “Don’t ask this again” and click “Use the Site Profile Manager directly.” Step 2: Organize Your Website Logins Within FTP Voyager, you can organize your website logins efficiently… Read More


This article on how to upgrade Email Hosting, assumes that you have logged in to your Hosted.com Account. Click “Manage Services” on the menu
Select “Email Hosting” from the dropdown menu Click on “Manage” next to the domain’s hosting you wish to upgrade
Click “CHANGE” to the right of Product The Products screen will display and you can choose “Select” under the package you want to upgrade email hosting to.
This will go to the Review and Checkout page, where you select “Checkout”
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This configuration tutorial assumes you have FlashFXP installed but have not yet connected to a remote server. Launch FlashFXP on your computer. Click on “Sites” in the Menu bar. Select “Site Manager.” Here, you can create a dedicated group to organize logins for your websites. This is particularly useful for keeping work and personal websites separate. Click the “New Group” button and complete “Enter Group Name”. Ensure the new group (in our example, “demosites”) is selected. Click the “Create… Read More


Email Hosting is a form of hosting that is setup specifically for small businesses, large companies, consultants, freelancers, individuals, events, or charities who require either additional secure email storage facilities, or professional looking email addresses for their domains. This can be due to their being in the process of setting up their businesses, their websites are in the process of being built, or requiring additional emails for staff increases, or a charity or school event of limi… Read More


Anyone that wants website hosting i.e., to have their website on the internet, needs to either have, or use the services of, a web hosting server. What that means is your website’s data needs to be stored on a server that has been specifically set up to ensure users have access to it and that it functions correctly. In simple terms, web hosting is renting space on a physical server for your website. This guide will simplify the basics of website hosting to help you understand what it is and h… Read More


Understanding databases is crucial to web development, phpMyAdmin is a powerful tool that simplifies the management of MySQL databases for PHP applications.  This guide assumes that you have already created your MySQL Database and now covers the basics of navigating phpMyAdmin. What is phpMyAdmin? phpMyAdmin is a free, web-based application that facilitates the management of MySQL databases. It offers an intuitive interface to interact with databases that makes tasks like creating, modifyi… Read More


This article assumes you have already installed CuteFTP on your device and need to establish a connection with the remote server. Launch CuteFTP on your system. Click the “Site Manager” tab. Right-click on “General FTP Sites”. Hover over “New” and select “Folder” from the drop down menu. Name the New Folder, should you be a developer or designer and have multiple clients’ website, it is advisable to ensure consistency and clarity in folder name formats. Right-click on the newly created folder. … Read More


Softaculous serves as an automated installer, designed to expedite the installation of numerous web applications. Often referred to as scripts, these applications enrich your website’s capabilities, enabling you to harness a broader array of functionalities. Script Categories: Softaculous opens a realm of possibilities through its versatile script categories. These include: Blogs: Establish dynamic and engaging blog platforms. Portals & Content Management Systems: Create feature-rich portals an… Read More


This guide assumes that you have already installed FileZilla on your computer and are ready to establish a connection with the remote server. Under “File”, choose “Site Manager”. The Site Manager window will open and click on “New Folder”. Enter a clear and concise name for the New Folder. Click on “New Site”. Select the “General” tab and enter your FTP “Host” name. If you have a custom FTP port, you can enter it here, should you not know what it is, then just leave it blank. Generally “Protoco… Read More