Searching through a database with phpMyAdmin in cPanel

We will assume that you are logged in to phpMyAdmin. For the purpose of this tutorial, we will use a database with one table for an example. Let’s start by looking at the main screen of phpMyAdmin. The left hand panel is where you will find your database listed, and below the database will be […]

How to Configure an Email Account in Thunderbird

The first thing that has to be done is an email account has to be created in your hosting cPanel. If you need assistance in doing this, please watch the tutorial “How To Create a POP Email Account“. Once you have your email account created, you are ready to set up Thunderbird to allow you […]

How To Use Webmail From Within CPanel

There are two ways to access webmail. You can actually login to webmail without first logging into cPanel by simply typing the following into your browser: “http://yourdomain.com/webmail/” (replace your domain with your actual domain name.) This tutorial will teach you how to use webmail from within cPanel. This tutorial will assume that you are logged […]

How to Trace an Email Address in cPanel

This tutorial will teach how to trace an email address. This feature allows you to view how the mail server will treat a message when sending to or delivering to a specific address. This tutorial will assume that you are logged into your cPanel. If you are having trouble doing that, please see the tutorial […]

How to Create a Default Email Account in cPanel

Now let’s set our Default (or catchall) email address. The default email address will “catch” any mail that is sent to an invalid email address for your domain. This tutorial will assume that you are logged into your cPanel. If you are having trouble doing that, please see the tutorial named “How to Login to […]

Inserting fields into database tables with phpMyAdmin

We will assume that you are already logged into phpMyAdmin. For the purposes of this tutorial, we will be using a database with two tables for our example. Let’s begin by locating the database name in the blue section on the left of the phpMyAdmin screen. Below that is the names of the two tables […]

Updating Your DNS at dotster.com

As our new hosting client, if you have already purchased your domain name through dotster.com, you will need to go to their site and make the changes necessary for your web site to be visible. You will need to point your domain name to our servers. You received our nameserver settings in the welcome email […]

Importing databases and tables with phpMyAdmin

We will assume that you are currently logged into phpMyAdmin, and for the purpose of this tutorial, we will use a database with two tables as our example. The phpMyAdmin main screen is broken into two sections. The left hand side is blue, and this is where you will find your database listed. Below the […]

How to Park a Domain in cPanel

A “Parked” domain shows the same content as the domain it is parked on, but uses the Parked domains name. This tutorial will assume that you are logged into your cPanel. If you are having trouble doing that, please see the tutorial named “How to Login to cPanel“. Domain parking is useful when you have […]

Updating Your DNS at 000domains.com

If you have already purchased your domain name through 000domains.com, you will need to go to their site, and make the changes necessary for your web site to be visible. As our new hosting client, you will need to point your domain name to our servers. You received our nameserver settings in the welcome email […]

What is an MX Record

An MX record tells senders how to send email for your domain. When your domin is registered, it is assigned several DNS records. This enables it to be located on the Internet in several different ways. Every MX record points to an email server that is configured to process mail for that domain. Typically, one […]

How To Create A MySQL Database

MySQL Databases allow you to store lots of information in an easy to access manner. This tutorial will assume that you are logged into your cPanel. If you are having trouble doing that, please see the tutorial named “How to Login to cPanel“. On the main cPanel page, scroll down to the Database section, and […]