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    How To Host Sub-Domain On Different Hosting Account

    October 12, 2013
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    One of the biggest challenge with shared hosting is to keep the load on the server in control, and forums are another resource hungry piece of software.  In my last article on WordPress forums, I informed you about adding forum on ShoutMeLoud, and finally I decided to install vBulletin V4 forum. Now next goal is to install the forum, and make it live. Before all this, I needed to decide where do I want to host my ...

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    How to Integrate Forum Into WordPress with MingleForum Plugin

    October 2, 2013
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    Forums are one of the easiest way to form a community around anything. Forums gives a place for members of community to talk and discus about topics, that are interested in. Recently, I moved ShoutMeLoud to WPEngine managed WordPress hosting, and one major reason was to add new features like Forums, membership access and few other stuff, which I have planned for long. From last couple of hours, I was researching on best forum plugins ...

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    [CPANEL] Error from park wrapper: Using name servers with the following IPs [Solved]

    December 13, 2009
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    Last time I wrote a tutorial on How to create cpanel using WHM, though one thing happened with me while adding an addon domain to my cpanel account. And I’m sure this might happen to you , so this guide will help you to get rid of this issue. The Error which I was getting was Error from park wrapper: Using name servers with the following IPs In short I was not allowed to add ...

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    How to Add addon domain to Dreamhost Webhosting

    November 12, 2009
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    Dreamhost is my favorite shared hosting because of the performance it has given me in last one year. If you have been thinking of buying shared hosting , dreamhost is the way you should go. Login to your cpanel and click on manage domains. There enter your domain URL and assign how your domain should add for prefix www. I selected the second option so that any one type my domain without www will automatically ...

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