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How to add an account in Outlook

by | Blog | 24th April, 2015

Wondering how to add an account in Outlook? Here’s a simple, easy to use guide. Firstly, open Outlook on your device, and you will be prompted to set up an account. Click manual setup or additional server types, then hit next. Now you’ll need to decide whether you want to...

How to enable pretty URL’s in WordPress

by | Blog | 1st April, 2015

Ever wondered how to enable pretty urls in WordPress? Well here’s a simple guide to do just that! First of all, you’ll need to log into your WordPress Dashboard. Once this has been achieved, scroll down your Dashboard until you see the “Settings” tab, then hover over it, and click...

Setting up WordFence security and performance

by | Blog | 25th March, 2015

Ever wondered how to configure the <span id="urn:enhancement-23b7003a-7ee8-e163-4ee9-4a96665e3190" class="textannotation disambiguated wl-thing wl-no-link" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/performance">performance</span> of  WordFence in <span id="urn:enhancement-0f9fc19a-3732-8876-7bef-7146a061c279" class="textannotation disambiguated wl-thing wl-no-link" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/wordpress_2">WordPress</span>? If so, the wondering can stop, as here's a short, easy to follow, step by step guide. Installing WordFence Security First things first, you will need to...

How to create a subdomain in cPanel

by | Blog | 18th March, 2015

This helpful guide will show you how to create a subdomain in cPanel. First of all, you need to be logged into cPanel. Now logged into cPanel, scroll down until you see the header “Domains” then click “Subdomains” Next, you will need to type your desired subdomain in the box...

How to clear cache in Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer

by | Blog | 18th March, 2015

Ever wondered how to clear cache in Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer? Well here's a simple guide on how! Google Chrome If your chosen browser is Chrome, once the browser is open, click the icon in the top left corner, just under the “close” button. Next, go down the menu...

How To Install Or Change A Theme In WordPress

by | Blog | 2nd March, 2015

Unsure of how to choose a theme for WordPress? Follow our simple guide below and see how to pick from thousands available. Bought a theme elsewhere and want to install it? Firstly, you will need to log into your WordPress account. To select a theme, go to dashboard, find “Appearance“....

How To Add A Plugin In WordPress

by | Blog | 28th February, 2015

Not sure on how to install <span id="urn:enhancement-34b92f88-f3a7-5f18-decc-7bb8bc4e41d5" class="textannotation disambiguated wl-thing" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/plug-in_computing">plugins</span> on <span id="urn:local-text-annotation-qk1avde9mnoa5op6oj3o94amjghl4zek" class="textannotation wl-no-link disambiguated wl-thing" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/wordpress_2">WordPress</span>? Follow this simple guide, and master it in minutes. First of all, log in to your WordPress account. This can be done via [yoursite.co.uk]/wp-admin/ Now logged onto WordPress, scroll down the...

How To Add WordPress To Your Addon Domain

by | Blog | 26th February, 2015

Not sure on how to install WordPress to addon domains? Don’t worry, this guide will show you how! First things first, you will have to login toy our cPanel control panel for your hosting. Once logged into cPanel, scroll down to the “Software” tab, then click “Softaculous App installer” Now...

How to create an addon domain in cPanel

by | Blog | 25th February, 2015

This guide shows how to create an addon domain in cPanel. Once logged into cPanel, click the addon domains icon Now you have accessed the addon domains page, you can set up additional domain names that point to sub domains of your account. Now fill out the short form, once...

How to create an email account in cPanel

by | Blog | 24th February, 2015

Not sure how to setup an email account on our system? Read this guide to find out how to create an email account in cPanel. First of all,you must login to cPanel. Once on cPanel, find the header “Email“, then “Accounts” also pictured below. Next, you will need to enter...