Every Web Application you install from cpanel has an entry listed under My Applications. Use this interface to find the link to administer the site, change any of the settings (for example the login username/password), make a copy of the site elsewhere, and delete it. Each site listed here is represented by a screenshot (this more… »
Domain Setup Kits
The kits in this area help you plan for a domain before you start and also show you how to set up a place to do your domain building if you do not have one.
Even if you do not consider yourself a tinkerer or an experimenter, a good practice when running a domain is to create an area of it as a “sandbox” to try different web applications or to experiment with other kinds of web tools. A sandbox (Wikipedia definition) is the name used in software development for more… »
In a domain of your own you can create a number of distinct different sites that are referenced by segment of your domain or a subdomain. In the internet address, this can be anything added to the left side of your main domain prefaced by a “dot.” If we have a domain at StateU of more… »
If you do not have a domain yet for yourself and a web hosting account, you can create a temporary space to try all of the domain kit lessons at StateU (https://stateu.org/). An actual domain of your own is a top level domain (known as TLD) like eduhack.eu or google.com– it is always “something” dot more… »
Do you have your own internet domain and some experience managing / using it?? Good! Please share with users of these Domain kits some wisdom from your own experience – specifically, what led you to choose to manage your own domain? How do you use it? Interview your domain with these questions! What is your more… »
Before you start learning how to manage an internet domain of your own, you face the step of choosing a name for what will be a shorthand for the “street address” on the internet. Remember that like a home address, the real internet address of your site is a numerical assigned number, representing the location more… »