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A PLESK backup is not a standard archive where you can extract individual files. It is a Mime encapsulated document with specific Plesk control panel information: The header of a backup looks similar to the following. Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 15:00:09 U...
1. FIRSTLY CREATE A DATABASE AND A DATABASE USER THROUGH YOUR CONTROL PANEL : * Please find the instructions here [https://support.webhost.co.nz/index.php?/Openhost/Knowledgebase/Article/View/883#2] 2. YOU WILL THEN NEED TO ADD YOUR IP ADDRESS TO OUR...
We take backups of our servers on a daily basis and keep them for seven days. If a customer requires to keep their own backups, then we recommend using FTP to download files, PHPMyAdmin (found from the control panel) for Mysql database exports / imports...
This feature is active if virtual hosting has been configured for the domain. It creates and provides password-protected access to the directories where the secure documents reside in the virtual domain. It is possible to create directories under either...
SERVER LOG FILES CONTAIN INFORMATION REGARDING ACCESS TO YOUR WEBSITE AND ERRORS WHICH MAY BE ENCOUNTERED BY THE SERVER WHEN DELIVERING YOUR SITE. THEY ARE OFTEN USEFUL IN DETERMINING THE ROOT CAUSE OF TROUBLES WITH YOUR SITE (NOT THAT WE EXPECT TO SEE ...
THIS ONLY APPLIES TO LINUX WEB HOSTING. _For Windows and MSSQL click here [https://support.webhost.co.nz/index.php?/Openhost/Knowledgebase/Article/View/888]. _ This article is ideal for people moving websites that have a database containing data. You wi...
This article is ideal for people moving websites that have a database containing data. You will find this most helpful if you are using a CMS (Content Management Suite) such as Joomla, Wordpress and Drupal . You will also find this helpful if your website...
THERE ARE SEVERAL METHODS TO UPLOAD YOUR WEBSITE FILES TO YOUR HOSTING PLAN : * METHOD 1: Upload your website files via FTP * METHOD 2: Upload your website files via your Openhost Control Panel _NB: We recommend uploading with FTP settings, as it i...
NOTE: To use CGI (Common Gateway Interface) you should have enabled this at the time of ordering, or later through the 'Upgrade Centre', 'Add Application'. Alternatively drop a line to us at support@openhost.co.nz and we can do it for you. You should also...
NOTE: To use CGI (Common Gateway Interface) you should have enabled this at the time of ordering, or later through the 'Upgrade Centre', 'Add Application'. Alternatively drop a line to us at support@openhost.co.nz and we can do it for you. You should also...
Some of our users find that they can't launch the phpMyAdmin application from the control panel. This application launches in a 'pop-up' window, and some browsers are configured to block pop-ups. You will need to add 'hspc.openhost.net.nz' as an excepti...
When you upload web content through FILE MANAGER or FTP, your control panel automatically sets the appropriate access permissions for files and directories. The permissions are represented as three sets of symbols, for example, rwx r-x r-x. The first se...
SQL Databases are managed in reference to a hosting subscription to which they are attached. To view, modify or add databases the following directions apply: * Log into the Plesk Panel [http://www.mycp.co.nz] * Choose your hosting plan from the Subs...
To view or reset the FTP password for your hosted subscription: * Log into the Plesk Panel [http://www.mycp.co.nz] * Choose your hosting plan from the Subscription drop-down box (top right) * Click the Web Hosting Access link beneath the Websites ...
Please refer to the ADOBE DREAMWEAVER GUIDE [HTTPS://HELPX.ADOBE.COM/DREAMWEAVER/HOW-TO/FIRST-WEBSITE-PART6.HTML] to learn how to publish your website with this software. If you need to know how to obtain YOUR FTP INFORMATION, please refer to the follow...
The right directory is: /HTTPDOCS /httpdocs is the default root for all your website pages and is where your "index" file should be located TO FIND THIS DIRECTORY, PLEASE FOLLOW THESE STEPS: 1. log in to your Openhost CONTROL PANEL [HTTP://MYCP.CO.N...