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Creating Private Nameservers at DreamHost

Creating Private Nameservers at DreamHost This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through DreamHost, and starts from their home page. Click the Login button the upper right corner of the home page. Login with your email address and password. Now let’s learn how to create our own custom private nameservers. Click the Domains […]

Creating Private Nameservers at DynaDot

Creating Private Nameservers at Dynadot This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through Dynadot, and starts from their home page. Click Login in the upper right of this home page, to login to your account. Enter your username and password, then click the Sign In button. Now let’s learn how to create our […]

Creating Private Nameservers at enom.com

Creating Private Nameservers at enom.com This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through enom.com, and starts from the enom.com home page Click My Account and sign in to your account. Enter your username and password to login. Now let’s learn how to create our own custom private nameservers. Click Domains in the main […]

Creating Private Nameservers at GoDaddy.com

Creating Private Nameservers at GoDaddy.com This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through GoDaddy.com, and starts from their home page Now let’s learn how to create our own custom private nameservers. Click here and login to your GoDaddy.com account. Click the Domains section. Then click Manage for the domain name you want to […]

Creating Private Nameservers at HostGator

Creating Private Nameservers at HostGator This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through HostGator, and starts from their home page. Click the Domains link in the main menu. Then click Manage Domains. Enter your email address and password, then click Log In. Select the domain for which you want to create nameservers. Then […]

Creating Private Nameservers at Name.com

Creating Private Nameservers at Name.com This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through Name.com, and starts from their home page. Click Log in in the upper right of this home page, and login to your account. Select the domain name for which you want to create nameservers. Now let’s learn how to create […]

Creating Private Nameservers at NameCheap

Creating Private Nameservers at NameCheap This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through NameCheap, and starts from their home page. Click the Sign In link here and sign in to your account. Now let’s learn how to create our own custom private nameservers. Click Domains List on the left. Click the Manage link […]

Creating Private Nameservers at Netfirms

Creating Private Nameservers at Netfirms This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through Netfirms, and starts from their home page. Click the Control Panel link in the upper right of this home page, to login to your account. Log in with your username and password. Click the Edit Domains shortcut on the right […]

Creating Private Nameservers at Register.com

Creating Private Nameservers at Register.com This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through Register.com, and starts from their home page. Click Log In to sign in to your account. Enter your User Name and Password to login. In your Account Dashboard, hover over the Domains icon… … then click Manage. Click the Manage […]

Creating Private Nameservers at Hover.com

Creating Private Nameservers at Hover.com This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through Hover.com, and starts from their home page. Click Sign In in the upper right of this home page. Enter your username and password, then click Sign In. Now let’s learn how to create our own custom private nameservers. Click the […]

Creating Private Nameservers at 1and1.com

Creating Private Nameservers at 1and1.com This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through 1and1.com, and starts from their home page. Click Login to sign in to your account. Enter your domain name and password, then click Login. Then click the Manage Domain button. Now let’s learn how to create our own custom private […]

Creating Private Nameservers at Dotster

Creating Private Nameservers at Dotster This demo assumes you have a domain name registered through Dotster, and starts from their home page. Click the Account Login link here to sign in to your account. Enter your username and password, then click Log In. Click the Domain Central icon. Now let’s learn how to create our […]

How to configure your settings in WordPress

How to configure your settings in WordPress This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to WordPress, and will show you how to configure your settings. Click Settings in the left margin. Then click General. This page has general settings that you can change, like the blog title, tagline and website URL. We’ll go ahead and […]

How to change your password in WordPress

How to change your password in WordPress This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to WordPress, and will show you how to change your password. Click Users in the left margin. Then click Your Profile. Scroll all the way down to the bottom of this page. Enter a new password here. Then repeat your new […]

How to edit your profile in WordPress

How to edit your profile in WordPress This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to WordPress, and will show you how to edit your profile. Click Users in the left margin. Then click Your Profile. On this screen you can edit options relating to the visual editor and color scheme. Update your personal information here. […]

How to change your header in WordPress

How to change your header in WordPress This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to WordPress, and will show you how to change your header image. Click Appearance in the left margin. Then click Header. Here we can see a preview of our current header. To change our header, we can either choose an already […]

How to manage categories in WordPress

How to manage categories in WordPress This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to WordPress, and will show you how to manage your categories. Click Posts in the left margin. Then click Categories. This is where you can add a new category… let’s do that now. When ready, click Add New Category. You can quickly […]