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Installing WordPress on a Subdomain

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We just installed WordPress to an Addon Domain and now we are going to set up a subdomain. I’m going to call this dev because this is going to be my development subdomain in my wp47bootcamp.com. You can see it's going to add a folder called dev. I'm going to add dev_wp47bootcamp to that so

Installing WordPress on an Addon Domain

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We've already installed WordPress on our primary domain so now we're going to install it on an addon domain. Let's go to the Hostgator control panel and login. An add-on domain is essentially a second domain for your website. The very first thing to do if you're going to include an add-on domain is to

Installing WordPress for the First Time on your Primary Domain

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This first session is on installing and configuring WordPress. And the very first thing we're going to do is install WordPress for the very first time on your primary domain. In this case I set up a hosting account with Hostgator and I don't have anything installed on it at all. I created a primary

Lesson 4 – Part 4 – Synchronize your Local and Remote Files

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Configure FileZilla to Synchronize Local and Remote Files Welcome back to Part 4 of Lesson 4 of the Start Building Your Website Here Tutorial Series. In this part of the lesson, we will learn how to synchronize the two file structures.  The local file structure and your remote file structure. It’s important to use synchronized browsing

Lesson 4 – Part 3 – Download Files from your Domain

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Welcome back to Part 3 of Lesson 4 of the Start Building Your Website Here Tutorial Series. In this part of the lesson, we will connect to the file structure on your web server and download files from your remote server to your local machine. So we run FileZilla and go to “file” to the upper

Lesson 4 – Part 2 – Setup Local File System & Configure FileZilla

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Setup Local File System and Configure FileZilla Hi and welcome to the second part of Lesson 4 of the Start Building Your Website Here Tutorial Series. In this part of the lesson, we will create a local file structure and we’ll configure FileZilla to connect to your web server. The first part of this is to

Lesson 4 – Part 1 – Install FileZilla

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Install FileZilla Hi! and welcome to Lesson 4 of the Start Building Your Website Here Tutorial Series. My name is Melissa, and I’ll be your instructor for part of the series. The goal of this tutorial series is to show how you, with basic Word processing and Desktop publishing skills, can develop, manage and maintain

Lesson 3 – Part 5 – Introduction to your Domain’s File Structure

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Welcome back to the final part of Lesson 3 of the Start Building Your Website Here Tutorial Series. In this final part of the lesson we are going to take a look at the WordPress File Structure on our domain. So let’s log in to our HostGator account. In the control panel we are going to

Lesson 2 – Part 5 – Setup Additional Business Email Accounts

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Setup Additional Business Email Accounts Welcome back to the second lesson in the Start Building Your Website Here Tutorial Series. In this fifth part of the lesson we will add additional email accounts to your domain. The chances are you may have one or two employees or partners or people that work with you that would

Lesson 2 – Part 4 – Configure Yahoo to Use your Business Email Account

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Welcome back to the second lesson in the Start Building Your Website Here Tutorial Series. In this fourth part of the lesson we will configure Yahoo to use your new email account. You’ll see that configuring Yahoo is a bit different than setting up Outlook and Gmail. So down here in the right hand corner you can

Lesson 2 – Part 3 – Configure Gmail to Use your Business Email Account

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Configure Gmail to Get your Mail from your New Business Email Account Welcome back to the second lesson in the Start Building Your Website Here Tutorial Series. In this third part of the lesson we will configure Gmail to use your new email account. You’ll see that configuring Gmail is quite a bit different than setting

Lesson 2 – Part 2 – Configure Outlook 2007 to Use your Business Email Account

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Welcome back to Lesson 2 of the Start Building Your Website Here Tutorial Series. In this part of the lesson, we will configure Outlook 2007 to use a new business email address. so the first thing we’re going to do is open up Outlook.  Now the Outlook Startup wizard will come up. Click "next". "You can

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

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In this second lesson you’ll learn how to set up an email account with HostGator, your new hosting provider. You will learn how to set up and manage other email accounts for your business and you’ll learn how to connect that email account to outlook 2007, Yahoo and your Gmail account. This lesson assumes that you’ve

Lesson 3 – Install & Configure WordPress on your Site

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In this video tutorial lesson you will learn how to install and configure WordPress on your site. WordPress is the world's leading web development platform. You can do virtually anything a business website may need to do easily. Now that the preliminaries are out of the way - you have a domain name, a hosting

Lesson 2 – Setup & Configure your New Business Email Account

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This video tutorial lesson shows you how to create and set up business email accounts with your new domain name from HostGator. Having an email address with your domain name in it is an important part of "branding" your website. I am amazed at the number of small business owners I know who have websites

Lesson 1 – Tour your HostGator 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. You will also take a tour of the control panel of your new hosting company. Before starting this lesson you should have selected a

Set Up Your Site Using HostGator

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This 5 lesson series parallels the first 5 lessons of our Start Building Your Website Here course. The original series uses BlueHost as a hosting company. This tutorial series uses HostGator to set up a website instead.  If you've chosen to host with HostGator please follow these 5 lessons and then pick up at Phase 2,