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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: 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: Update a website with an FTP client (à la FileZilla)

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to update a website with an FTP client (v† la FileZilla). Download FileZilla client from www.filezilla-project.org. Find your server IP address from your web host, which will be found in the hosting control center. In the video, it is GoDaddy.com. Open your filezilla client and put in the IP address of your web host and your username and password for your hosting account. Then click ‚Äòquickconnect‚Äô. This will connect you to ...

How To: Create a Web 2.0 reflective logo in Photoshop

In this video tutorial you will learn to use Photoshop to create a shiny reflective logo in a web 2.0 style. Not sure what Web 2.0 is? It generally refers to a perceived second generation of web-based communities and hosted services — such as social-networking sites, wikis and folksonomies — which facilitate collaboration and sharing between users.

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: Make a MySQL database for CoffeeCup Form Builder

This CoffeeCup Web Form Builder software tutorial shows how to create a MySQL database to be used in CoffeeCup Form Builder to build web forms. Mike Lively shows you how to do this using cPanel and the Site Ground server for hosting since it allows an unlimited number of MySQL databases. Start by creating your database in cPanel and then upload the results to CoffeeCup Form Builder.

How To: Create rollovers in Photoshop and Dreamweaver CS3

In this web development software tutorial Layers TV Host RC shows you how to create rollovers in Photoshop and Dreamweaver CS3. Since ImageReady is gone in CS3, you may be feeling lost as to how to create your rollovers. Don't worry, this tutorial will show you how to design rollovers in Photoshop and then bring them in to Dreamweaver to add to your web design.

How To: Enable the web server 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.

How To: Host multiple websites on 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.

How To: FTP from a local computer to a website

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to create a FTP from a local computer to a website. In this video, viewers are shown (once you've chosen a web host) how to perform FTP file transfers from your local computer to your website. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a process that you can use to transfer files from your local computer to a remote computer (your website). Once you've set up a hosting account, your hosting company will provide you with FTP login credentials. Using an FTP softwa...

How To: Light your own web show

In this how-to video, you will learn how to light your web show. This is important as it will make your web show look more professional. Proper lighting allows you to see your face, eyes, and the colors of your shirt. If there is not enough light, you cannot see yourself as well. You will also look dark and grainy. Too much light will cause your face to look too hot. Backlit lighting will cause your face to be too dark because the light is in the background. This is why background lighting is...

How To: Create downloadable content using Dreamweaver

Depending on what your website is for, you may or may not care about allowing your users to download files from you. If hosting downloadable content sounds like something you want to do, watch this video! It will teach you how to allow your users to download files from your website using Dreamweaver. It's not very hard, and your users will probably be thankful that they don't have to go on the web every time they want to access your content.

How To: Make an email server on your home computer

Learn how to make an e-mail server on your home computer to host your own web page and webmail service by following the steps outlined in this video tutorial. You will need a web server, an e-mail server, and a webmail interface. For the server, the most common program is WampServer, which you will need to download. Run through the installation process and grant the program access to your fire. Click on the new icon on your desktop and click Put Online and then Start All Services. This will g...

How To: Use the iOS 4.0 operating system on an Apple iPhone 3G

This clip presents a general overview of Apple's iOS 4.0. Apple's new iOS 4 for the iPhone and iPod Touch brings with it a host of new features. While that's certainly a cause for celebration, there's also, believe it or not, a downside: learning how to take advantage of them. Happily, the web is awash in helpful video tutorials like this one which make the process a pleasure (and a simple one at that).

How To: Use application multitasking in Apple's iOS 4

Learn how to multitask when running iOS 4! Apple's new iOS 4 for the iPhone and iPod Touch brings with it a host of new features. While that's certainly a cause for celebration, there's also, believe it or not, a downside: learning how to take advantage of them. Happily, the web is awash in helpful video tutorials like this one which make the process a pleasure (and a simple one at that).

How To: Use the cPanel CMS to upload files to your website

NeaceDesign explains an easy method of setting up a website online without having to use FTP programs. He begins with correcting an error made previously in which the main web page was name 'Home'. This should be renamed to 'Index' and the file re-exported. NeaceDesign suggests going with well-known web-page hosting services such as 'hostmonster'. The first step is to go to File Manager and upload the image files to a new folder. This is done by sending all the files to a zip folder and then ...

How To: Manage ESX(i), booting ISO files and more

In this web TV presentation the host is talking about Grub 2. In Grub 2 you can mount an ISO file like a device with the loop back function. In Grub 1 you can use tack tack mem to mount iso files if the files are not fragmented by using the map command. Grub 2 is an application available for download that will be available after download as a chain from Grub 1 to Grub 2 to your operating system. Grub is a program that compresses all of your favorite boot programs into one.

How To: Stream webcam live video on a WebStarts website

WebStarts.com is a free website creation and hosting interface with a powerful drag-and-drop design interface. In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to add streaming video to your WebStarts website. For more information, and to get streaming live video from your own WebStarts site, watch this web design video tutorial.

How To: Use CSS and DIV tags for columns in Dreamweaver

Layers TV Host RC creates a three column layout with a header in Dreamweaver CS3. This Dreamweaver tutorial goes over the basics of setting up classes and inserting DIV tags for layout as well as dumb things that trip you up. If you need help with CSS and DIV tags when working with columns on web page designs, watch this Dreamweaver tutorial for help.

How To: Use Outlook Express in Windows XP

In this video, the instructor shows how to use Outlook Express in Windows XP. This software comes bundled with Microsoft Windows XP, which is a part of Microsoft Office package. Outlook is an e-mail client that allows you to view your e-mails on your computer without the help of any web interface to your mail host. To use Outlook Express, you need to configure it first. Open the Outlook Express program. Outlook will then take you through a wizard to help you to configure your email host. Ente...

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.

How To: Install MySQL on Windows 2003

MySQL is a multithreaded, multi-user SQL database management system which has over 10 million installations. It runs as a server providing multi-user access to databases. It is by far the most popular and common database used in web applications throughout the world, and almost all hosting companies provide it free of charge to their users. MySQL AB makes MySQL Server available as free software under the GNU General Public License (GPL). For this tutorial we are going to download and install ...

How To: Block Ads in Microsoft Edge

Although they're often times the primary source of income for websites, on-site advertisements can annoy even the most tolerable reader. That's why ad blockers have been some of the most popular downloads on Firefox and Chrome for some time now, demonstrating that when it comes down to it, most people just want nothing to do with ads shoved in their face.

How To: Use the digital zoom feature on an iOS 4 mobile device

See how to work with the new digital zoom feature built into iOS 4. Apple's new iOS 4 for the iPhone and iPod Touch brings with it a host of new features. While that's certainly a cause for celebration, there's also, believe it or not, a downside: learning how to take advantage of them. Happily, the web is awash in helpful video tutorials like this one which make the process a pleasure (and a simple one at that).

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: Add color to the garden with perennials

Southwest Yard and Garden featuring John White, Dona Ana County Extension Agent, hosts a 6 minute clip with co-host Master Gardener Valois Pearce both of Dona Ana County, New Mexico host a short web show featuring plants that can easily survive on smaller amounts of water over typical plants. They begin by discussing the full sun Ice Plant, which comes in many species and colors as well as their hardiness, but unfortunately are easy targets for wildlife. They then move onto the Gopher Plant, ...

How To: Use SSH Local Port Forwarding to Pivot into Restricted Networks

SSH is a powerful tool with more uses than simply logging into a server. This protocol, which stands for Secure Shell, provides X11 forwarding, port forwarding, secure file transfer, and more. Using SSH port forwarding on a compromised host with access to a restricted network can allow an attacker to access hosts within the restricted network or pivot into the network.

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