- How do I order your Advanced Web Hosting?
You may have noticed mention of our Advanced Hosting in certain places on our website. As of 2014, we no longer offer our Advanced Web Hosting product. If you are already using our Advanced Hosting for your website, your website will not be affected. We simply are no longer offering new Advanced Hosting plans. We do still offer Email Hosting (formerly known as Basic Hosting), which is for simple, static HTML websites (it does not support cPanel) and VPS Hosting, which offers users the benefit of a dedicated server without the cost. You can also add cPanel and WordPress to VPS Hosting, though it is for more advanced users. In addition, we now offer an easy-to-use Website Builder. Our website builder is even free to get started! It offers one free page, eight fully customizable templates to choose from, and all the tools you need to create a beautiful website. You can also choose to upgrade for more features, and the Pro or Business upgrade comes with a free domain!
- Where can I find my Advanced Hosting cPanel username?
To find your cPanel username, please follow these steps: Sign in to your Dynadot account. Select "My Hosting" from the left-side menu bar. Under the "Hosting List" section, click on the name of your website (should be a blue link). The username will be listed next to "cPanel Username". Please note that we no longer offer our Advanced Hosting product. If you are looking for a hosting product that offers cPanel, you can use our VPS Hosting, which allows you to add cPanel as well as other templates.
- What are some basic HTML tags that I can use to build my website?
Here are a few basic HTML tags that may be helpful: <p></p> – paragraph. <h1></h1> to <h6></h6> – heading. <br> – line break. Doesn't require content or a closing tag. <b></b> – bold <i></i> – italic <u></u> – underlined <a></a> – A link. The href attribute should be used to indicate the link's destination. Example: <a href="http://www.dynadot.com">Link to Dynadot</a> Please note the following: – Don't forget to include a closing tag (e.g. <b>bold</b>) – It is recommended to always use lowercase letters in tags. For more information regarding HTML, check out the HTML section of our blog where we have a few posts that can help get you started! Don't want to have to learn and use HTML or other code to create your website? We have the solution! Check out our easy-to-use, no coding-required, Website Builder! You can even try it for free!
- How do I let others access their email online from your Email Hosting?
Our Email Hosting allows you to create unlimited email accounts. In many cases, you may be creating email addresses for others to use - employees, family, friends, etc. You can allow other people to access their email without having them log into your Dynadot account, which can be an account security risk. To do this, you simply need to create a new user within your Email Hosting account. To create a new user, please follow these steps: Sign in to your Dynadot account. Select "My Hosting" from the left-side menu bar . Click on the "edit website" link in the "Edit Site" column. A new page will load in a new browser window. Click on the "Mailbox" link in the main menu. Click on the "Mailbox Users" link in the sub-menu. Your webmail link will be shown here. There will also be a default "root" user already created; however, we suggest that you keep this user account for yourself. To create a new user account, enter a username in the "Username" field and click the "Create New User" button. Click on the username link. You can edit the username, password, and name of the user here. You can also set which email addresses are accessible for this user. Once you have set up your user account(s), they can be accessed by visiting the following link: http://www.yourdomain.ext/user/signin.html (you'll need to replace the "yourdomain" part with, well, your domain). Then, they will need to enter the username and password that you created for them. Please note: The above link will only work if your domain is using the "Dynadot Hosting" setting. If you are using this setting, you will see "Dynadot Email Hosting" listed in the "Name Server" column for your domain under the "Manage" page on our "Domains" drop down in your Dynadot account. If you don't see that, you will need to set your domain to our Email Hosting in order to get the link to work.
- How do I access my Advanced Web Hosting cPanel account?
To access your Advanced Hosting cPanel account, please follow these steps: Sign in to your Dynadot account. Select "My Hosting” from the left-side menu bar . Click on the "cPanel login" link under the "Edit Site" column. A new page should load in a new browser tab. Please note that we no longer offer our Advanced Hosting product. If you are looking for a hosting product that offers cPanel, you can use our VPS Hosting, which allows you to add cPanel as well as other templates.
- How do I change my root password for my VPS Hosting?
To change the root password for your VPS Hosting package, please follow these steps: log in as root and enter: passwd Enter your new password. If you make a mistake entering the new password, type: CTRL+C You'll be prompted to enter in the new password again. Re-enter the new password to verify.
- I am trying to create my domain email addresses in Email Hosting, but the "Mailbox Admin" link does not appear. Why?
If you are trying to create domain email addresses in Email Hosting and the "Mailbox Admin" link does not appear, check to see if you already have email forwarding set up for your domain by following these steps: Sign in to your Dynadot account. Select the "Domains" tab in the main menu. Locate your domain and click the link listed in the "Name Server" column. After the page loads, you should see your current name server choice close to the top of the page. Click on the "Email Forwarding" tab. Click on the radio button next to the "Do Not Forward Email" option. Click the "Save Email Settings" button to save your changes. The "Mailbox Admin" link should now appear in your Email Hosting account. Learn how to set up email forwarding for your Email Hosting addresses instead.
- How do I install the LAMP software bundle (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) on CentOS VPS Hosting?
Once you SSH into your VPS Hosting, type the following commands to have LAMP installed: Install Apache yum install httpd chkconfig httpd on service httpd start Install MySQL Database Server In the last step when installing mysql, you will be asked to set a root MySQL password. You will also be asked to remove anonymous users, disallow root login remotely, and a few other questions. Answer "yes" all the way to the last question and the installation is finished. yum install mysql-server mysql php-mysql php -y service mysqld start chkconfig --levels 235 mysqld on /usr/bin/mysql_secure_installation The LAMP installation is done. Visit your default page: http://[IP Address] or http://[domain name]
- How do I upload via FTP to my VPS Hosting with ZPanel or Sentora?
To create an FTP account in your Sentora control panel, please follow the steps shown here: Open your Sentora control, visible at your VPS IP address. From the 'Home' screen, click the 'FTP Accounts' icon in the 'File Management' section. Choose a username and password for the account. Enter those in the provided fields. Select "Full Access" from the drop-down menu. For the "Home directory" option, make sure you select the 'Use Domain directory' option, then find and select the appropriate domain name from the drop-down menu. Press the 'Create' button. You should now see your FTP information listed on the page. This video demonstrates how to upload via FTP to your VPS Hosting with zPanel or Sentora.
- How do I restart the FTP service in zPanel or Sentora for my VPS Hosting?
To restart the FTP service for your zPanel or Sentora in your VPS Hosting, log in as root and enter: service proftpd restart Once your VPS returns Starting proftpd: [ OK ], the FTP service restart is complete. NOTE: The hostname needs to be a domain name, such as example.com.