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    How To Create Your Own Social Network using PHPFOX

    August 13, 2013
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    Number of social networking sites are increasing every day, but it doesn’t stop people from creating another one. There is always a requirement for creating a niche based social networking site. For example, if you have a college, you can create a social networking site, which is solely for your college members and students. Or you can create a community driven social networking sites for your locality, interest or anything which help users to connect ...

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    How to Create Database Manually on Bluehost Hosting

    July 23, 2013
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    When ever you are creating a WordPress blog or a database centric platform, creating database is one of the things that you need to do. Thanks to many auto-installer script, which does the job for you, but there are times when you need to manually create the database. The step to create database is quite simple on many webhosting which offers standard cPanel. Yesterday, I was migrating a WordPress blog from Godaddy to Bluehost, and to ...

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    WordPress Host Migration Weird Character problem [Solved]

    July 13, 2010
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    I migrated my blog from shared hosting environment to KnownHost VPS some time back and everything went fine until I realize that many characters are encoded into different latter. Shoutmeloud moved to Knownhost VPS> Common problem was I was seeing lots of characters are replaced with  and ’ . I wish I can share how do you feel when you see your baby blog acting weird . So I started looking for problem and ...

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    How to Access phpmyadmin in any Web Hosting

    November 4, 2009
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    So last time I wrote about how to access phpmyadmin in dreamhost and this is a quick post but will be very useful for anyone who is on any hosting. Instead of going to phpmyadmin from your cpanel you can use a direct link to access phpmyadmin. Word of caution : Don’t play with phpmyadmin until unless you not sure what does it do. This is the place from where you will manage your databases ...

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