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Set Up Your Site Using BlueHost

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These are the first 5 lessons of our Start Building Your Website Here course. This series uses BlueHost as a hosting company so if you've chosen to host with BlueHost follow these 5 lessons and then pick up at Phase 2 with lesson 6 using either Thesis 2 or Genesis 2 as your theme. The entire

How to Manually Clone Your WordPress Website – Part 3 – Upload Source Files to the Target Site

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This is the third in a short series on cloning your WordPress website and installing it on another domain. In this lesson we will upload the copy of the source files to the target website root directory. And I’m going to select my site zip and if I was downloading it, I’d download it by

How to Manually Clone Your WordPress Website – Part 6 – Modify Target wp-config.php

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This is the sixth in a short series on cloning your WordPress website and installing it on another domain. In this lesson we modify the target wp-config.php files so that it has the new database name, username and password. Now the task is to change our wp config. And so, we are going to open

How to Manually Clone Your WordPress Website – Part 5 – Import the Source Database

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This is the fifth in a short series on cloning your WordPress website and installing it on another domain. In this lesson we use phpMyAdmin to import the source database into the target database. And now, we’re on to step 5 where we import the database. And we’re importing the database we exported to this

How to Manually Clone Your WordPress Website – Part 4 – Create a Target Database and Database User

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This is the fourth in a short series on cloning your WordPress website and installing it on another domain. In this lesson we use cPanel to create a new database and database user. Okay so what I’m going to do is create a database the way I normally do which is back here at Bluehost.

How to Manually Clone Your WordPress Website

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The main purpose for learning how to manually clone a WordPress site is for porting a development site to its final domain. If you want to learn how to do this process manually rather than with BackupBuddy, then this series is for you.

How to Manually Clone Your WordPress Website – Part 2 – Make a Copy of Source Database

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This is the second in a short series on cloning your WordPress website and installing it on another domain. This can be useful when moving a site from a development server to its final live location. In this lesson we will make a copy of the source database using phpMyAdmin. The host in this example

How to Setup Filezilla to Work on a Second Domain with the Same Host

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This member wants to setup FileZilla for FTP on a second domain on his Bluehost account. We talk about the differences between setting it up on the primary domain and setting it up on a second domain and then I walk him through the steps of setting up Filezilla for synchronized browsing. Rick: So you

Changing Your Bluehost Primary Domain

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This member wonders if she should change her primary domain for her Bluehost account. We discuss why you might want to do that, the benefits of doing that and if there are any SEO implications. Rick: Yeah. Angela: Okay one last question about it. As long as I know it’s not a “subdomain”, I’m okay

Add On Domains and Subdomains at Bluehost

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This member wonders if she has properly configured her addon domains and subdomains at Bluehost.  We look at at the configuration of both her subdomains and addon domains in cPanel. Rick: So obviously, you have a question that came out of this morning’s session about subdomains. Angela: Yup. Rick: Why don’t you tell me about

BlueHost’s New Backup System

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BlueHost has recently changed their backup system. They no longer offer the same flexible backup system. This member wants to know how to use the new backup system and how to manually back up his website. I discuss the new system and then I demonstrate how to manually backup a website simply using the file

Website Configuration for various hosting companies

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Our "Start Building Your Website Here" tutorial series is available in different flavors.  Every website hosting company is different and the process of setting up a website at them is different.  After you've set up accounts with different hosting companies it becomes pretty easy to figure out, however for a beginner in can be very

Lesson 2 – Part 4 – Setup Additional Business Email Accounts

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The next thing that we’re going to do is add more email accounts to your new domain. That is, add more email addresses because chances are you may have one or two employees or partners or people working with you who would benefit from having an email address with your business name in it. Go to

Lesson 2 – Part 2 – Configure Outlook 2003 to Use your Business Email Account

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The first thing I’m going to do is open up Outlook. This is a clean installation of Outlook. It doesn’t have any email in it currently. To configure Outlook, go up to Tools and Email Accounts, you’ll add a new email account and click Next. This is going to be a POP3 email account so click Next

Lesson 2 – Part 1 – Setup your New Business Email Account

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In this second lesson you will learn how to set up a business email account with your new hosting provider. You will learn how to set up and manage other email accounts and you’ll learn how to connect that business email account to Outlook 2003 and to your Gmail account. To set up a business email

Lesson 1 – Part 2 – Understanding your BlueHost Control Panel

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You’ve setup your hosting account with BlueHost and so it’s time to review the Bluehost home panel. It's actually a combination of several things. It's got part of it's cPanel and it's got some other hosting information and resources here. Across the top of this page you have their menu with Home, which is what

Lesson 1 – Part 1 – Register your domain name & setup your hosting account

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Today I’m going to show you how to register your domain and setup a hosting account with BlueHost. We're going to start this process by coming over to this link under Lesson 1 Resources for Bluehost. Click on that link and you are taken to the new Bluehost home page. They currently have a deal

Lesson 1 – Register your Domain & Setup your Hosting Account

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This video tutorial lesson is the starting point for learning how to build your own business website. You will register a business domain name and sign up for a hosting account with BlueHost. You will also take a tour of the control panel of your new hosting company. Before starting this lesson you should select