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There are two methods to change your DNS records, the correct method depends on whether you have a hosting plan or not. THE FOLLOWING STEPS SHOW HOW TO CHANGE YOUR DNS VIA THE CONTROL PANEL: If you HAVE a hosting plan: 1. Log in to your CONTROL PANEL...
THE FOLLOWING SHOWS HOW YOU CAN SELECT WHICH VERSION TO RUN FOR YOUR WINDOWS HOSTED SITE: 1. Log in to your CONTROL PANEL [HTTP://MYCP.CO.NZ] 2. Choose your hosting plan from the SUBSCRIPTION drop-down box (top right) 3. In the WEBSITE & DOMAINS mai...
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...
You can change the Name Servers your domain uses by logging in to your control panel * Log into the Plesk Panel [http://www.mycp.co.nz] * Choose All My Domains from the Subscription drop-down box (top right) * Click the All My Domains tab toward t...
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 ...
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...
INTRODUCTION This guide assists with installing DotNetNuke without requiring assistance from the support team. It deals with permissions and some intermediate concepts, so you should be comfortable with DotNetNuke installations and file permissions as a ...
There are two different ways to display error messages using Plesk on Linux. The first is through Plesk itself, using the Custom Error Documents option and five files in the error_docs/ directory under each domain's home. The second is by using a .htacces...