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How To Install cPanel On Your VPS Hosting Account?

November 28th, 2011 Comments off

With growing demand for web hosting resources, there are a number webmasters opting for cheap VPS Hosting solutions which is renowned for its higher reliability compared to shared hosting and lower cost than the most expensive Dedicated Server Hosting.

Here I would like to share the steps required for the installation of cPanel on a VPS type of web hosting services account. If you want to install the licensed version then you need to pay for it (Host.co.in provides it for $ 9 / month) and if you are just installing a trial pack then it is available at http://www.cpanel.net/store/ for free of cost.

Follow these steps to install cPanel on your VPS Hosting account.

First Login to your VZMC

Now create a new VPS with the Sample Ve Config call vps.cpanel

Here you will be able to choose the IP addresses which can be used for that virtual private server and DNS servers.

Now Select RedHat Enterprise Template (not minimal)

You do not need any addon for a cPanel so don’t select any of it.

Now select the resources (space, RAM, CPU) and other required stuff for your VPS

Keep start on boot and the remaining of the normal stuff also remember to use unlimited Vps.

Move to Ev1 member’s section and open a ticket with your IP and root password, by doing this you request your ev1 to enter your VPS register in up2date.

Now move to SSH and follow the below given steps

mkdir /home/cpins

cd /home/cpins

wget http://layer1.cpanel.net/latest

sh latest

And here you have finished the installation of cPanel.

How To Set Up The PHP / MySQL Site Definition In Dreamweaver

November 15th, 2011 Comments off

‘Site Definition entries’ used while defining a site play an important role in connecting a MySQL database in ‘Dreamweaver’ successfully. Here I would like to share an example of PHP / MySQL Definition which uses a Linux Hosting Server with PHP and which runs over a machine named such as mywebsite.host.co.in, and MySQL runs on other machine which can be named such as mysql.host.co.in, furthermore the ‘Dreamweaver should be running on a local workstation.

In this tutorial, we will be using FTP for the purpose of transfer of file between the Linux Hosting server and workstation.

Local Info:
Site Name: mywebsite
Local Root Folder: C:\mywebsite\
Remote Info:
Access: FTP
FTP Host: mywebsite.host.co.in
Host Directory: /htdocs/
Login: Admin (Your Log In Name)
Password: ********* (Your set Password)
Testing Server:
Server Model: PHP / MySQL
Access: FTP
FTP Host: mywebsite.host.co.in
Host Directory: /htdocs/
Login: Admin (Your Log In Name)
Password: ********* (Your set Password)
URL Prefix: http://mywebsite.host.co.in/

Customization Options With Time Formats In WordPress.

November 4th, 2011 Comments off

Most of the webmasters prefer to display time on their websites or blog, for particular events like post submitted, comment posted. In the previous post we saw ‘Customization Options With Date Formats In WordPress. In this post I would like to share similar type of options available to customize the Time formats. Following are the characters to be entered in the ‘Text Box’ beside the custom button option under ‘Time Format’, to get the output shown, on the actual Website or Blog.

a

Small form of character ‘A’ is used to get the appearance of ‘Abbreviation – AM and PM Ante Meridiem and Post Meridiem’ after the time as ‘character in lower case’. e.g. am, pm

A

Capital form of character ‘A’ is used to get the appearance of ‘Abbreviation – AM and PM Ante Meridiem and Post Meridiem’ after the time as ‘character in upper case’. e.g. AM, PM

g

Small form of character ‘G’ is used to get the appearance of ‘Hour in 12-hour format without leading zeros’. e.g. 1 to 12…..

h

Small form of character ‘H’ is used to get the appearance of ‘Hour in 12-hour format with leading zeros’. e.g. 01, 02 to 12…..

G

Capital form of character ‘G’ is used to get the appearance of ‘Hour in 24-hour format without leading zeros’. e.g. 1 to 23

H

Capital form of character ‘G’ is used to get the appearance of ‘Hour in 24-hour format with leading zeros’. e.g. 01, 02 to 23

i

Small form of character ‘I’ is used to get the appearance of ‘Minutes, with leading zeros’. e.g. 01, 02 to 59

s

Small form of character ‘S’ is used to get the appearance of ‘Seconds, with leading zeros’. e.g. 00, 01, 02 to 59

T

Capital form of character ‘T’ is used to get the appearance of ‘Timezone abbreviation ’. e.g. EST, MDT…..

c

Small form of character ‘C’ is used to get the appearance of ‘ISO 8601 Standard format’. e.g. 2011-12-10T18:32:10+00:00

r

Small form of character ‘R’ is used to get the appearance of ‘RFC 2822 Standard format’. e.g. Fri, 21 Oct 2011 21:01:07 +0200