In past classes I have not talked about finding your database and files but I feel like it needs to be emphasized. I’ve observed a number of times when people couldn’t figure out the locations. So if I need to backup my database, where is my database? Or if I need to backup my files,
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
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.
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.
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
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