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How To: Add domains to your GoDaddy hosting plan

Adding domains to your GoDaddy hosting plan can be done by following the steps Ken Applebee outlines in this video tutorial. Once at the GoDaddy main home page, click on My Hosting Account under the Hosting tab at the top of the screen. Log in and go to your account with the hosting on it. Click on Your Domains and you will see your domain in there. On the right side you can choose to add a subdomain or you can just click on the Add Domain tab for a completely separate domain. This allows vis...

How To: Choose a web hosting company

In this video about choosing a web hosting company. The narrator begins by saying that web pages are hosted on servers; the files that make up a web site are hosted or stored on a server. The narrator recommends a service called Host Gator. He indicated they are reliable and provide reasonably priced web hosting services. He briefly discusses the process they charge for their different levels of hosting services. Next he shows the steps to hook your domain name to the host account. He demonst...

How To: Use imgur for easy photo-hosting

Taking photos is great, but what about being able to share them with the world wide web? There are countless of image hosting options out there to get your photos on the internet, but imgur is probably one of the simplest and easy image uploading sites out there.

News: Protect Your Dropbox Files from Prying Eyes (+ 2 Alternative File Hosting Options)

Dropbox continues to make headlines with their recent programming blunder which left the accounts of its 25 million customers wide open during a four-hour time span. During the duration, anyone in the world could access any Dropbox profile by typing in any password. And seeing as this wasn't the first security failure, everyone, including the most loyal users are considering dropping the Dropbox.

How To: Make a Ghost Buster cocktail for Halloween

Are you hosting a big gettogether for Halloween? Sure, you'll probably deck your house out in spooky, haunted decor that will frighten guests in the most exciting way possible, but what about your food? While it's easy to drive over to Ralph's and pick up a plate of ghost-shaped sugar cookies and a slew of 2 liter sodas, there are much more interesting things you can do with your food to get them Halloween ready.

How To: Host multiple sites & domains on one GoDaddy account

This video shows how to get more value on your GoDaddy account. You have to have a deluxe account to share domains. You have to pay an extra $2 a month to get this account. Once you sign in go to "hosting" then my "hosting account". To add another domain you move it over to a new folder then put the site files in there. To do this, click add domain then go to bulk. Then create a folder and name it what you desire. Sometimes the file folder doesn't always appear immediately, but it is there, i...

How To: Use FileField and jQuery Media modules to host video

Here's a fast lesson in hosting video on your own Drupal website using the FileField and jQuery Media modules. The Filefield and jQuery Media modules are a one-two knock out combination for allowing users to upload media files to fields in your custom content types and then playing back the media files in their matching player or handler. It represents a positive direction for treating fields containing files and is a great starting point for researching your own implementation of this recipe.

How To: Hack a Virtual Host, or vhost, with PHP

This hacker's guide demonstrates a quick PHP script which may allow you to crawl through the operating system on your hosting provider. demonstrate the power of PHP on a Virtual Host, or vhost, if PHP is not correctly secured by your web hosting provider. For more information on this hack, watch this helpful video guide.

How To: Host a successful open house at a Pilates studio

This clip presents a number of tips on hosting an open house at your Pilates club or studio. Whether you're considering the possibility of starting your own Pilates studio or already have one and just need a little help tackling a particular pedagogical problem, you're sure to be well served by this free video lesson from the folks at Balanced Body Pilates. For more information, including a comprehensive overview, watch this video guide.

How To: Host Your Own Tor Hidden Service with a Custom Onion Address

A mention of the deep web can bring to mind images of drugs, hackers, and other criminal activity. Despite the presence of these elements, the Tor network is a valuable tool for preserving privacy and anonymity. Browsing the deep web and any hidden services can be as simple as downloading the Tor Browser Bundle. In this guide, we will learn how easy it is to host our own hidden services and make them accessible via a custom onion address.

How To: Create a Free SSH Account on Shellmix to Use as a Webhost & More

Having an SSH or Secure SHell to tunnel your traffic through is something we have talked about many times at Null Byte. As we know, it allows us to securely route and encrypt our traffic through a remote server, effectively anonymizing us and protecting our traffic from all forms of analysis—simultaneously. We have gone over how to make a home SSH tunnel. However, the question has come up, "How can I get an SSH tunnel to somewhere other than my computer?" This would be useful in a situation w...

How To: Create a website and improve web presence

When you need a website to showcase your product or service, it can be quite confusing. Follow these easy steps to gather everything you need to have a successful website. Start your search for a domain name in the domain name registrar. (Example: www.companyname.com) Rent space from a hosting company to hold the files for your website. Set up an email account for your company. Create the content for your website (example: products, prices, services, etc). Get internet security to protect sen...

How To: Join a data center for your Mac Mini server

How to Use Your Mac as a Server: Turn your Mac Mini into a server! Yes, that's right, with a little know-how and a little spunk, you can turn an inexpensive Mac Mini computer into a server to provide services over you network. You won't even need the Mac OS X Server, just the Mac OS X Client, so there is no extra software to buy, just the Mac Mini and it's operating system.

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