Password Manager You can also change all of the passwords associated with your account and its users from the Password Manager section of your PlusMailcontrol panel: Select “Password Manager” from the left navigation bar. Check the radio button next to the user whose password you want to change, enter and confirm your desired new password […]
What is Wusage? Wusage is a robust site statistics package. It shows you how many visits you’ve had, what pages have been visited most, etc. This program is already installed and running on your domain. How do I use Wusage? To count accesses, there is a directory called wusage in your www directory. To access […]
Your web hosting account may include access to a shared secure server. Your secure server is not really a separate server — it’s simply a way to display your existing web pages through an encrypted connection. Any page on your site can be called through the secure server.
Usernames, passwords, and filenames must comply with standard Unix naming conventions. Username Restrictions A name of anywhere from 3-16 alphanumeric characters (i.e., the numeric characters 0 – 9 and the alphabetic characters a – z) is legal for email accounts, FTP accounts, and telnet accounts.
If you want your visitors to see a home page by typing http://yourdomainname.com/ instead of http://yourdomainname.com/mypage.html, you need to define a “default” page. On some servers, this page must be named index followed by an allowable extension. Allowable index page names are: index.htm index.html index.shtml index.cgi index.php
This is the usual setup for Linux based systems. Path to Perl: /usr/bin/perl Path to Sendmail: /usr/sbin/sendmail Path to Date: /bin/date Path to TCL: /usr/bin/tcl Path to C++: /usr/bin/c++ Path to Java: /usr/local/java/bin Path to Python: /usr/bin/python
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