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CPanel for Linux hosting step by step guide from scratch

Learn how to use Linux Hosting from step by to manage your website

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CPanel for  Linux hosting step by step  guide from scratch

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2.5 hours

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Jun 2019

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What you will learn

Upload your projects on the server

How to manage projects/multiple projects on the server

How to create and manage emails on the server

How to Use SEO tools on the server

How to create Databases and how to access databases remotely

How to create subdomains

How to Create and manage FTP accounts

How to use matrics

Accessing Ftp account using text editor

Accessing Ftp account using filezilla

Accessing Database from localhost using dataGrid


Description

In this course, you will learn how to create emails from your CPanel and manage your site from CPanel.
You will learn how to access your files using FileZilla; you will also learn how to create FTP accounts and SubDomains from your CPanel.
You will learn how you can manage your databases and users and how you can use SEO tools, and much more.

I have Covered the topics listed below.


  • How to access databases from the localhost.

  • How to access your FTP files using Filezilla.

  • How to access your FTP files using the editor.

  • How to view stats.

  • How to change your preferences.

  • How to manage your databases

  • How to manage your emails.

  • How to manage your FTP accounts

  • How to block an IP address.




Content

Introduction

Introduction

Cpanel overview

File manager in Cpanel

Email address in Cpanel

Databases in Cpanel

Sub domains

Install WordPress with a single click

Accessing files OR ftp account using FileZilla

Connect your ftp with phpstorm

Change PHP version from cPanel

Matrix in the cpanel

Block IP address

Advance settings in cpanel

Preferences

Conclusion

Installing the wordPress manually

Installing the CodeIgniter


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Udemy ID

8/19/2018

Course created date

11/20/2019

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