In this video I show you how to use a domain purchased at Google Domains with a hosting account at GoDaddy. Let me know if you have any questions.
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Engage your website visitors with eye-catching photos and images. We walk you through the steps for how to add on your GoCentral website. Learn more about GoCentral at: https://www.godaddy.com/gocentral
This video will show you how to upload your own photos to your GoCentral website.
First, open your site.
The quickest way to work with any photo in GoCentral, is to click directly on the photo. When you click on a photo the section in which it displays opens up in the right-hand panel.
Stock Images are those that came with your GoCentral purchase. My Images are those that you upload yourself.
Let’s upload an image.
Click My Images; click Add and then browse to the folder where photo is. Select the photo and click Open.
The newly added photo is highlighted green in the right hand panel, and displays on the left. When you’re finished, click Done.
With GoDaddy’s Site Backup you can automatically backup your website every single day and keep a 30-day window of your backups. This is part 4 of 4 Security Series videos from GoDaddy. Add Site Backup to your account here: https://www.godaddy.com/help/add-site-backup-to-your-account-18557
An essential part of website security is the safety net of regular backups.
And, no, backing up your computer doesn’t do the job.
A website backup is a copy of your entire site – files, folders and databases – stored in a secure location.
Let’s face it, stuff happens – especially online. If you have misplaced or corrupted files, or experience a site crash, a backup is a lifesaver.
The surest way to protect all of your files and databases and be able to retrieve them at any time is by backing up every single day.
You can do your own backups, which means manually moving your files from your hosting server to your local computer using File Transfer Protocol – or FTP. While it’s not extremely difficult, it takes time and you have to remember to do it.
If you’re rolling your eyes and muttering, “Yeah, right,” then an automatic backup service is a great option, like GoDaddy’s Hosting and Site Backup. With Site Backup, you just need to login once and it’s ready to do all the work.
It automatically backs up your site each day, and keeps a 30-day window of your backups, including all the changes you’ve made to your site.
Your backups are stored in the cloud, protected by strong encryption. If something goes wrong, the 1-click automatic restore is all you need to make things right again.
Whether you go the DIY route or opt for no-hassle automatic backups, a daily site backup is insurance against disaster. Don’t leave your website vulnerable. Start backing up today.
Step 1 : Login to your cpanel
Step 2 : find database
Step 3 : now you need to create database user
Step 4 : now connect this username with your database
Okk now give permission to user
Step 5 : check your database created or not
Step 6 : your database created but you need to import your tables( Simply import your .sql file)
Ok now you need connection file
DB_DATABASE= database name which we created
DB_USERNAME= database user name which we created
DB_PASSWORD= database user password which we created
This three information must be need when you live website connection
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These steps work for most of our customers, but sometimes you might need to make some additional changes depending on where you live and which ISP(s) you use.
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