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Web hosting.pptx

  1. WHAT IS WEB HOSTING • Web hosting is a necessity for any website. • Web hosting is an online service that enables you to publish your website or web application on the internet • When you sign up for a hosting service, you basically rent some space on a server on which you can store all the files and data necessary for your website to work properly. • A Server is a physical computer that suns without any interruption so that your website is available all the time for anyone who wants to see it.
  2. How to upload files using File Manager To upload a file in File Manager: 1. Log in to cPanel. 2. In the Files section, click File Manager.
  3. 3. In the upper right-hand corner, click on Settings. 4. Select Web Root and Show Hidden Files (dotfiles), then click Save
  4. Web Root will take you directly to the folder in your hosting account that is visible to the world wide web. This is typically the public_html or www folder and is where your website files will need to reside. 5. Locate and click the folder where you'd like to upload files. 6. Once inside the folder, click on Upload located at the top toolbar
  5. 7. Click Select File (some web browsers will have Choose File instead).
  6. 8. Select the file you wish to upload from your computer, then click the Open button to initiate the uploading process.
  7. 9. You may select additional files while the upload is in progress. Note: There is a 500 MB upload limit through File Manager. If you need to upload a larger file, please use FTP.
  8. 10. The uploaded file should now show in your folder. After uploading files to your server, you may wish to share them over the internet.
  9. FTP • FTP stands for File transfer protocol. • FTP is a standard internet protocol provided by TCP/IP used for transmitting the files from one host to another. • It is mainly used for transferring the web page files from their creator to the computer that acts as a server for other computers on the internet. • It is also used for downloading the files to computer from other servers.
  10. The basic model of the FTP. The FTP client has three components: the user interface, control process, and data transfer process. The server has two components: the server control process and the server data transfer process.
  11. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING FTP STEP 1 Create a new connection: When you start your FTP client, you'll need to create a new connection profile. This will save your connection information, allowing you to quickly reconnect in the future.
  12. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING FTP STEP 2 Enter your connection's information: Type in the FTP address your user name, and your password (if required). Most FTP servers run on port 21, so you won't have to change this value unless specified by the server.
  13. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING FTP STEP 3 Connect to the FTP server: Once you've entered in all of your information, you can connect to the FTP server by clicking the Connect or Save button. You'll see the connection log in the status section of the client as your computer contacts and connects to the server.
  14. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING FTP STEP 4 Navigate to the folder you are allowed to upload to: Many FTP servers restrict uploads from users to specific folders. Refer to your FTP server's documentation to see what folder you have permission to upload to. Use the right panel to navigate through the FTP's folders.
  15. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING FTP STEP 5 Use the left panel to navigate to your files: Typically speaking, the left panel in the FTP client shows your local computer's directories. You can navigate through the folders here to find the files you want to upload.
  16. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING FTP STEP 6 Start uploading the files: Either double-click a file to begin uploading it, or drag it from the left panel to the right panel.
  17. ADVANTAGES USING FTP  FTP can be used numerous amounts of time {Unlimited}  FTP can be used any time of the day  Files can be transferred without any hassle  No limit as to how many files or folders can be transferred  Any type of file or folder can be transferred  Easy to install on machine
  18. oAdobe Dreamweaver is a software for designing web pages. oThese HTML web pages are fully featured. oThis software provides a WYSIWYG i.e., What You See Is What You Get interface for creating and editing the web pages. o The Adobe Dreamweaver software supports many markup languages like HTML, XML, CSS, and JavaScript. DREAMWEAVER
  19. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING DREAMWEAVER STEP 1 Start your Dreamweaver program STEP 2 First you need to set up your local site. From the menu choose Site -> New site.
  20. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING DREAMWEAVER STEP 3 When you are ready with the Site setup, please choose the Servers set of options from the left pane and click on the + button
  21. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING DREAMWEAVER STEP 4 From the Server Model drop-down menu select the PHP MySQL option, then click on the Save button. When you return to the previous screen, make sure to check the Testing checkbox.
  22. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING DREAMWEAVER STEP 5 Once you are ready, please click the Save button, and your new site will be saved in the Dreamweaver program. STEP 6 To view your new site files, connect to the server, upload files, etc, you need to open the Files panel.
  23. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING DREAMWEAVER STEP 7 To manage files directly on the server or download them on your computer you need to switch to Remote server in your Dreamweaver panel.
  24. Notepad++ is an editing program that can be used to connect to your hosting account via FTP, and make modifications. NOTEPAD++
  25. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING NOTEPAD++ STEP 1 Open Notepad++. STEP 2 In the top menu, click Plugins -> NppFTP - > Show NppFTP Window.
  26. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING NOTEPAD++ STEP 3 The NppFTP window will now be displayed. Click the Settings button, then click the Profile Settings option.
  27. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING NOTEPAD++ STEP 4 In the Profile Settings window, click Add new. STEP 5 In the Adding profile menu, enter a name for this FTP connection and click the OK button.
  28. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING NOTEPAD++ STEP 6 Now enter your FTP information, you will need to enter your specific credentials. Below is an example of the settings. After entering your settings, click the Close button.
  29. STEPS OF UPLODING WEBSITE USING NOTEPAD++ STEP 7 Your settings are now saved, click the Connect button, and click your new connection to open it. You will then see your files / folders listed, you can click them to navigate. If you double click a file it will open and allow you to view / edit the text or code.
  30. Web hosting is the backbone behind your business’s online success because it allows prospects, clients, and other organizations worldwide access to your site. Before settling for a specific hosting service provider, do your due diligence to determine if that host will be able to meet your business needs and goals. This article outlines key considerations when choosing a hosting service. WEB HOSTING CONSIDERATIONS
  31. Name Things we should consider Features Backup Solutions Web Security Email features Price Features (Add-Ons) Dedicated IP & Pvt. SSL Scalability Tech Customer Support Data Transfer(Traffic Bandwidth