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  1. Have you ever thought that WordPress is slow? Have you ever been suspended for causing high load because of WordPress? Did you think that other CMSs like Joomla and Drupal have an outdated dashboard and/or are overwhelming for beginners? Then look no further. Publii is an AMAZING FREE static site CMS. Static sites can load WAYY faster than sites coded with an admin page (using PHP for example). Faster websites increases SEO, user engagement, and so much more. Unlike other static site generators or the simply static WordPress plugin, you can actually edit and update your site(s) with a simple to use, user friendly admin page (instead of having to manually code your website). It has an easy to use, beginner friendly user interface. Yet with customization features good for people with experience with code. After all this CMS generates static files that you can easily edit through the cPanel interface (or your favorite code editor) if you want more customization. To get started, go to Publii and just download their app. Then install the app on your computer. Done, it is that easy to setup. To create your first website, you need to click on add a new website. When you add a new website it will tell you to choose a name, symbol and author name. Then click add. Before you start anything, I recommend that you choose a theme. To choose a theme, go to this website: Themes and Plugins and download your preferred theme. Then go to the Publii dashboard and click on the three dots on the upper right hand corner. Select themes, click on install themes and select the zip file you downloaded. When you are finished, you can start creating your website. You can create your website in multiple different ways. If you have an existing (or backed up) WordPress installation, you can easily upload the website using the WordPress importer. If not, you can easily create your first post either using a WYSIWYG editor (kind of like the WordPress classic editor), block editor (pretty much identical as the WordPress Gutenberg editor), or Markdown editor (for the tech savvy people to code a page). When you finish writing your posts/pages (they are called the same thing), you can explore and play around with everything since the website hasn't been published yet. For example: tags, menus, authors, theme settings, site settings, backups, custom CSS, custom html, File Manger (not for existing files but to upload a new file), Log viewer, Regenerate Thumbnails, AMP (accelerated mobile pages), WordPress Importer(etc.). Now you just need to connect to a server so your website can be public. You can either choose to publish your website on cPanel or using GitHub Pages, whichever one you choose. To do that, click on Server in the side menu and choose your method of publishing. You can either upload using ftp (here you enter your site URL and ftp server, username, and password), using GitHub Pages, or manually uploading the files (not recommended as you will need to upload a fresh copy every time you edit your website). To publish your changes just click on sync your website and it will automatically upload a fresh copy of your website and rewrite the old copy of your website. Voila, you have just created a FAST and SECURE static site. Pictures of the Dashboard:
  2. Has anyone tried hosting a Grav site on HelioHost? I'm wondering what the performance/resource usage is like. Right now (or rather, when Tommy is back up) I'm using Wordpress, but that seems to be pretty resource-hungry (as people never fail to point out). What I need is a lightweight CMS that still supports plugins, multiple authors, and non-technical interfaces for them to work with. If Grav is light enough, it would probably fit the bill
  3. My goal is to create a website mainly using Microsoft technologies like ASP.Net + MS SQL at least. I plan to use DotNetNuke (an ASP.Net CMS) then later on I'll add other Microsoft Internet technologies in it. I will add this upcoming website to my Portfolio and of course with special thanks to HelioHost. This will be a startup project so we don't wanna buy a VPS for it yet. Running ASP.Net + MS SQL on Linux server using Mono doesn't seem to be an ideal setup based on what others say. I was made aware that you have a new free Windows server! There are many ASP.Net CMS out there that are promising but DotNetNuke (DNN) is the most popular so I plan to try to install it first in your new free Windows server. Let's give it a shot, but I guess I need help from here. Do you think this is doable in your Windows server? Custom Installation: https://www.dnnsoftware.com/wiki/how-to-install-dotnetnukeOne-Click: http://www.dnnsoftware.com/Content/Dnn.Platform/Documentation/Installing%20or%20Upgrading%20DNN/Installing%20DNN.htmlVia NVQuickSite: https://www.nvquicksite.com/
  4. How to Install WordPress? Step-by-step Manual WordPress Installation Guide In this tutorial we will provide you with detailed instructions on how to install WordPress on your web hosting account. Follow these guidelines if you want to perform a new, manual installation of the latest WordPress version. Follow these steps to install WordPress manually: STEP 1Download the WordPress installation package To start the installation process, first you need to download WordPress from it's official web page . We recommend that you always download and install the latest stable version of WordPress. Once you click on the Download button for the latest WordPress version, the installation package will be saved to your hard disk. Locate the installation package that you've just downloaded and extract it to a new folder. STEP 2Upload the WordPress Files to Your Server Now, you need to upload the extracted files and folders to your web server. The easiest way to upload the installation files is via FTP. For detailed information on how to upload files via FTP, please check our FTP Tutorial. Important!If you want your WordPress to be the main installation on your account and to be accessible through your main domain (i.e. www.mydomain.com), you need to upload the extracted files to your public_html folder. Once the download is complete, extract the archive and upload it to your web hosting account. You can do that via FTP using a client application like Filezilla or via cPanel -> File Manager -> Upload file(s). If you want this WordPress installation to be main for your website, the files should reside in the public_html folder of your account. However, you can always make a subfolder (i.e. public_html/blog) if you want to run only part of your website on WordPress. STEP 3Create a MySQL Database for WordPress to use Now, you need to create a MySQL database and assign a user to it with full permissions. For detailed instructions on how to do that, please follow the steps described in our tutorial on <a href="http://www.siteground.com/tutorials/php-mysql/mysql_database_user.htm" style="box-sizing: border-box; color: rgb(66, 144, 197); text-decoration: none;">How to Create MySQL Username and Database. Once you create your MySQL Database and User, make sure you write down the database name, database username and password you've just created. You will need those for the installation process. STEP 4Go through the installation process Now it's time to navigate to your website to start with the installation process. If you have uploaded WordPress in your public_html directory you'll need to go to http://yourdomain.com in your preferred browser. The first thing you will notice is a message, telling you that you don't have a wp-config.php file and you should create one. Just click on the Create a Configuration File button to proceed. On this page you will see a message, asking you to prepare the necessary information for the installation. Since we already have this information, simply press the Go! button. Enter the details for your newly created MySQL database and press the Sumbit button WordPress will now check if your settings are correct. If you have entered all the necessary information, you will see a confirmation screen. Press the Run the Install button to proceed. On the next screen you will have to enter the information about your administrative username and the title of your new site. In addition, you can specify whether you'd want search engines to index your site or not. Once you fill in that information, press the Install WordPress button. Bear in mind, however, that you should specify a real email address. It can be later used in case you forget your password. That's it!Your new WordPress application is installed. You can use the Login In button to access your administrative backend and start posting in your new site. Credits: SiteGround.com : For the Complet Tutorial Step by Step.
  5. How to Install WordPress from cPanel with Softaculous Why Softaculous It has more scripts/CMS/tools than Fantastico-De-Luxe. It supports regular updates provided by all the CMS like WordPress, Joomla and other. For an example, if you have installed WordPress with Softaculous, it will notify you when any WP update is available. You can also set it to automatic mode, in which it will automatically install the updates when available any. It provides much functionality than Fantastico. For an example, if you are installing WordPress, you can also install WPMU (WordPress Multi User) with just an easy option and same with other CMS. If provides all the advance features available in each CMS. It is much more updates than Fantastico-De-Luxe. WordPress Installation with Softaculous Step 1. Log-in to your website cPanel with the log-in details provided by web hosting company. Go to this address: “http://www.yourdomain.com/cpanel” or “http://IP Address:2082″and enter your log-in details to access your cPanel. Step 2. Find the “Software/Services” Tab in cPanel and click on “Softaculous” icon. Step 3: Click on “WordPress” link under Blogs category. Then click on “Install” button. For WordPress installation, you should have 12 MB of free space in your server. If you are using HostCob web hosting, then don’t worry about the web space. HostCob provides unlimited space. Step 4. Now fill the given form: Choose “http://www.” in “Choose Protocol” field. Select your domain name in “Choose Domain” field. Leave blank the “In Directory” field. Leave the “Database Name” field as it is. Leave the “Table Prefix” field as it is. Insert your blog title in “Site Name” field. Usually it will be shown at the top left side of your blog. Insert your tagline in “Site Description” field which describes your blog’s category/topic/niche. Usually it will be displayed under your blog title(site name). Don’t tick the “Enable Multisite (WPMU)” checkbox, if you are not aware with WordPress Multisite. You can tick it, if you are aware with WPMU and want this feature. Newbies are advised, not to use WPMU. Insert desired Username and Password in “Admin Account” tab. These log-in details(Username & Password) will be used to access the WordPress Dashboard/Admin-area, through you can make updates/changes in your blog. Don’t use “admin” as username for security reasons. Use a unique username and strong password(Alpha-numeric with special characters). Insert your active email address in “Admin Email” field. Choose “English” in “Select Language” field. Press “Install” button. Congratulations. You have done!!! How to access WordPress After installing WordPress with Softaculous, now the question is, how to access WordPress and make changes in your blog: To make any change or to add content to your blog, you have to log-in your WordPress Dashboard(Admin-area). Visit the following link to access WordPress Dashboard: http://yourdomain.com/wp-admin Then insert log-in details(Username & Password) which you have filled in the WordPress installation form. I hope now you can easily install WordPress from cPanel with Softaculous. If you get any issue or suggestions, please let us know with your valuable comments. Credits : HostCob.com : For Complet Tutorial Step by Step .
  6. Hi guys, I am making a website for my different kinds of art and I want to just make a simple, non-cluttered page where I can display a piece of content, usually just an image, without making individual html pages for each piece of content? Ideally, if I upload an image to a special folder, it would be automatically added to its own 'page' from which the user could navigate backwards or forwards. http://www.harkavagrant.com/index.php?id=121 This is an example of everything I want. I don't think I even want the mini blog section. I read some things about Joomla and installed it, which seemed bloated and I read you have to edit it to have the code for the page order to work correctly. Wordpress has way too much stuff on the top, sides, and bottom, and after a few hours of messing with it I can't see it working for what I want. Is there any software I can install that would allow for this? If not, how hard would it be for me to make something from scratch that fit these goals? I do have experience with programming but not in PHP, although I do have a friend who is rather good at it. Thanks
  7. Which CMS (Content Management System) is best for website designing and developing? Which CMS is best for e-commerce design and developing specially? My friend asked me to develop a website. He also want to edit the website like adding content, images, text, category, create login id, create password by own. I think some web developer make a Admin Section in the website and client can edit the website from there. How those web developer makes this thing happen? Is it possible in Drupal? Or is there any better way to make that type of website? In Drupal is it possible to make a website like helionet? Or is there any other better CMS?
  8. Hi, I have few question about charset. What charset is best for croatian language pack. I use iso-8859-2 What PHP codes I can use for set charset for language pack (If someone know, I actually in my case I need for PHP-Fusion) Hello from snow Bosnia
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