Author Archives: Matthew

How to identify large folders within your account

In this article I’m going to walk you through how you can utilise the File Manager within the control panel to identify large folders, which will help see which domains are taking up the most of your Disk Quota. You … Continue reading

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Joomla Security: Anti-Malware Scan Script

In this article I will be talking about how you can utilise the JAMMS script to help take identify malware within your Joomla! installations.

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Tutorial: Installing Piwik Website Statistics

In this guide I will walk through how to make use of and install Piwik, the Web Analytics software to your hosting account.

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Softaculous Installation guide

In this article, I’m going to explain how you can make use of the powerful application installation software within your Linux hosting package, which is known as Softaculous.

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MySQL 5.5 now available

We are pleased to announce that we are now running MySQL 5.5 across our shared hosting platform.

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Windows 10 Mail

In this guide we’re going to talk about how you can configure your email account within the Windows 10 Mail application.

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Tutorial: Using webshell with your hosting account

In this article I’m going to explain how you can make use of the built in file manager with your web hosting account.

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Top 10 Android Applications

This article is aimed to provide you with a list of Android applications which you may find useful. This isn’t an official list, just one we’ve put together ourselves.

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Website Launch Check List

Are you in the process of building your website, ready for it’s launch? This check list will give you some ideas of things to do before you put it live. There’s nothing worse than forgetting something basic after a site … Continue reading

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Importing and Exporting MySQL via SSH

In this guide I’m going to explain how you can use SSH or terminal to import and export MySQL backups to your MySQL server. This is perfect for the larger size databases but can be used for any size. If … Continue reading

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Making the most of social media – Part 2

If you’re like any web master of the 21st Century, you’ll want to seek out ways to increase the reach of your website and services. Utilising social media is one of the easier ways to do this. In this series … Continue reading

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Making the most of social media – Part 1

If you’re like any web master of the 21st Century, you’ll want to seek out ways to increase the reach of your website and services. Utilising social media is one of the easier ways to do this. In this series … Continue reading

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Classic ASP – Parent Paths

From time to time when coding with Classic ASP – You may wish to use Parent Paths when linking to other files. This article describes how you establish if you need them enabling or not. This is relevant to those … Continue reading

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Debugging MySQL connection problems

If you’re running a website which uses a MySQL database, you may be often presented with a generic error message, such as “Error establishing database connection” – I’m going to tell you how you can obtain a more detailed error, … Continue reading

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Ultimate Guide: Launching your own photo gallery

Like me, if you are a keen photographer you might want a place to show off your best photos and videos or just somewhere to store them for safe keeping. It’s important to keep a back up of all your … Continue reading

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Top Open Source Image Gallery Software

In this article, I will provide you with a list of open source image gallery software for you to use with your web hosting account. You can find the Linux based solutions within Softaculous.

Internet Explorer – Third party cookie workaround

If you’re experiencing problems with accessing the Hosting Control Panel within the /console/ system, you’ll need to follow the steps below for some Internet Explorer versions. The symptom you may be suffering is that when you go to Hosting -> … Continue reading

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Install: Owncloud

In this article I’m going to explain how you can install ownCloud within your Linux hosting or Store & Share accounts. First of all, if you have a Linux hosting account, remember that the storage space is more geared towards web … Continue reading

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MySQL Database house keeping

In this article I’m going to explain what you can do on a regular basis to help keep your MySQL database in ship shape.

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ownCloud: How to use with your mobile device

In this article I will explain how you can unlock the power of ownCloud using your mobile device or tablet. ownCloud provides the ability to connect to your application via your mobile/tablet device running either Android or iOS – The … Continue reading

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