Are you ready to upgrade your WordPress website to a better, more efficient hosting plan? Keep your existing content while enjoying the convenience of the WordPress CMS when you migrate your website to Name.com hosting.
How to set up a sub account for your clients’ domains
If you’re a web developer with a number of clients, it’s not always easy to give them access to certain parts of their website while still having the ability to make necessary updates yourself. Name.com allows users to create sub accounts as an easy solution to this issue.
What’s a favicon?
Your website is nearly finished with only a few final touches remaining. So what are you missing? You might have skipped adding a favicon, which is a small but important visual detail on your website.
Video | Setting up web hosting the easy way.
Setting up your own web hosting opens up a world of opportunity. You can build multiple websites, emails, and databases with vast amounts of storage and a free SSL Certificate. Even better, setting up your own hosting is getting easier and easier to do. Here’s Jonny with the updated Name.com web hosting flow.
Video | How to install your WordPress website
You can own your own content, control your online destiny, and make an incredible website with WordPress. WordPress is by far the most used website builder so it comes with a vast online knowledge base from its millions of users. Also, it’s pretty easy to get started. We actually offer WordPress Hosting that comes with WordPress pre-installed on our hosting. Or you can install your own. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to do that.
Jonny: Here we are again at Name.com tutorials. Let’s install WordPress on our domain name.
So how do we do that? Get to our web hosting dashboard, which would be My Account, and then web hosting in the center column. And then on this page, we’re gonna click our new handy, dandy, WordPress button. Right here. We’re gonna click it.
After clicking on that link, it will take you to this page for the overview of your WordPress and if you click on install, it will take you to this page where you can set up your domain for the WordPress installation. I’m gonna choose HTTP protocol. I’m gonna choose My Domain name which is gonna be Name Tutorials.
Directory. The directory is relative to your domain and should not exist. So to install in this directory just type directory, or d-i-r. To install only in this, leave this empty. So I’m going to leave it empty cause it’s gonna install it on my domain.
Then we have the site name. We call it My Blog. I’m gonna call it Name.com Tutorials. Site description; I’m gonna call it Tutorial Blog. My admin account I’m gonna add… I’m gonna save. I’m gonna remember this information. So this is my admin username that I need to remember to log into my WordPress backend. And then we got my admin password, which is very important.
Got my admin email just in case I need to recover my password login. I’m gonna choose English. I’m not gonna set up any themes or anything yet, I’m gonna do that after I do my installation but once I’m done with all that, I’m gonna click install. It’ll take a minute here while it installs my WordPress to my domain. And then once it’s set up, it’ll give me this information. And it lets me log in to my administrative URL if I need to. And from there, I can start building my WordPress website.
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How to find out who owns a domain name
Domains have essentially become the real estate of the online world, and just like a suburban dream home, domains tend to pass hands several times over the years. But if there’s a domain out there that you’re interested in purchasing, how do you go about getting in touch with the owner? We’ll explain how in this handy guide.
Video | Nerd Compass presents: How to optimize your website
A well-optimized website is one that is quick and easy to use and keeps your visitors coming back regularly for the products or information they need. Customer Support rep Kole dishes some knowledge on how you can optimize your content in this video.
How to customize your Prologue one-page website
Prologue one-page websites are one of the easiest and quickest ways to put your domain to use and get your website going. But did you know that you can customize your page in a variety of ways to truly make it yours? Here’s how you can do it yourself.
Never forget to renew your domains with this tip
Imagine this scenario: You manage a few websites here and there and everything is going great! But one day you’re happily running through the few of the websites you own and notice something is amiss—that beautiful website you spent all that time on doesn’t resolve, and instead sends you to a parked page. Oh no. You accidentally let your domain expire again.
How to set up a masked URL forward
A common problem that occurs when you set up a free website through sites like WordPress and Blogger is a less than ideal domain name. While having a domain like yoursite.wordpress.com could work well enough when you’re first starting out, you may want to show a more professional online presence later on. One of the easiest solutions for this issue is to set up a masked URL forward.