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How To Setup FTP Using Filezilla
I would like to use FileZilla how do I go about the setting it up and connecting to my site?
What Is an A Record? How To Edit an A Record
Definition of an A Record
How To Migrate An Existing Wordpress.com Site
If you have a WordPress blog hosted on WordPress.com, you can easily export it and import it to WordPress that is installed on your hosting account with bluehost. Login to the WordPress Data
Cron Jobs with PHP and other File Types
This article will explain how to run php and other file types using Cron jobs.
File Manager - How to Upload Files
This article will walk you through uploading files using the File Manager
Intro to FTP
There are many ways that you can transfer files and folder to and from your hosting account. We highly recommend using an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) program to quickly upload and download files. We
Setting file and user permissions
Short tutorial on how to set file and user Permissions in cPanel.
Server Side Includes SSI
How do I use .html files to run SSI (Server Side Includes)?
Password Protect a File
How do I Password Protect a single file on my website?
Ruby on Rails 404 Errors
My Ruby on Rails installation keeps displaying a '404 Not Found' error.
FTP Setup Using Dreamweaver 8
How do I setup Dreamweaver 8 for FTP?
Pushing Website from old host to Bluehost.com
How to Transfer hosted files from old host to Bluehost.com via ssh. Your old host must have SSH access to perform this move. Using SSH to transfer files to Bluehost
File Manager - How to Compress Files into an Archive GZip
This article will explain how to utilize GZip through the file manager.
Log Locations On Dedicated/VPS
A list of common log files and their locations.
How to Change your Hosts File
The hosts file is a plain text file that allows you to set IP Addresses for a domain on your computer. This may override authoritative DNS.
VPS and Dedicated Hosting: Enabling FTP on New Servers
This article will explain how-to enable FTP on a newly provisioned VPS or Dedicated cPanel server. Since FTP is an unsecured connection point to the server, cPanel has it disabled by default in version 11.86 or prior.