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Course: Learn how to use Linux Hosting from step by step to manage your website

Learn how to use Linux Hosting from step by step to manage your website

  • Life Time Access
  • Certificate on Completion
  • Access on Android and iOS App
  • Self-Paced
About this Course

In this course you will learn how to create emails from your CPanel and how can you manage your site from CPanel.

You will learn how to access your files using FileZilla, you will also learn how to Create FTP accounts and SubDomains form your CPanel.

You will learn how can manage your databases and users and how can you use SEO tools and much more.

I have Covered the topics listed below

  • How to access databases from localhost
  • How to access your ftp files using filezilla
  • How to access your ftp files using editor
  • How to view stats
  • How to change your preferences
  • How to manage your databases
  • How to manage your emails
  • How to manage your ftp accounts
  • How to block an IP address
Basic knowledge
  • Basic knowledge of Servers
  • Basic knowledge of Programming/Web development
  • Basic knowledge of folder Structure
What you will learn
  • Upload your projects on the server
  • How to manage projects/multiple projects on the server
  • How to create and manage emails on the server
  • How to Use SEO tools on the server
  • How to create Databases and how to access databases remotely
  • How to create subdomains
  • How to Create and manage FTP accounts
  • How to use matrics
  • Accessing Ftp account using text editor
  • Accessing Ftp account using filezilla
  • Accessing Database from localhost using dataGrid
Curriculum
Number of Lectures: 16
Total Duration: 02:09:28
Introduction
  • Introduction  
  • Cpanel overview  
  • File manager in Cpanel  
  • Databases in Cpanel  
  • Sub domains  
  • Install WordPress with a single click  
  • Accessing files OR ftp account using FileZilla  
  • Connect your ftp with phpstorm  
  • Change PHP version from cPanel  
  • Matrix in the cpanel  
  • Block IP address  
  • Advance settings in cpanel  
  • Preferences  
  • Conclusion  
  • Installing the WordPress manually  
  • Installing the CodeIgniter  
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