WordPress 3 series

How to write a comment in WordPress

1) This tutorial will show you how to write a comment in WordPress. This tutorial assumes you are already logged in to WordPress. Click the My Blog link to go to your blog.

2) Click Leave a comment.

3) Enter your comment here.

4) Click Post Comment.

Your new comment shows up here.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to write a comment in WordPress.

WordPress 3 series

How to manage your plugins in WordPress

This tutorial will show you how to manage your plugins in WordPress. This tutorial assumes you are already logged in to WordPress.

1) Click to expand the Plugins menu. Click Plugins.

This page will show you a list of all your installed plugins. To activate a plugin, use the Activate link.

2) Click Add New.

3) To find more plugins, you can browse the WordPress Plugin Directory. Go to the Editor to edit a plugin.

You can edit your plugins here. This is only for advanced users as editing here can break the plugin rather easily.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to manage your plugins in WordPress.

WordPress 3 series

How to install WordPress

This tutorial will show you how to install WordPress. For this https://ausweb.com.au/ , you will need to go to http://wordpress.org.

1) Scroll right.

2) Click to download the latest stable release.

3) Choose your download version.

4) Save the file then go to where it was downloaded.

5) Extract the files.

6) Now, open the folder.

You willl need to upload the entire WordPress folder to your server using an FTP manager like FileZilla.

7) Once the files have been uploaded, go to your site in your web browser.

8) Click to Create a Configuration File.

9) Click the Let’s go! button to continue.

10) Enter your MySQL username.

11) Now, enter your MySQL password.

12) Scroll down and click Submit.

13) Now, Run the install.

14) Enter a Title for your blog.

15) If you don’t want a password generated for you, enter the desired one in these boxes.

16) Enter your E-mail address. Click Install WordPress to finish.

17) Click Log In.

18) Enter your Username.

19) Type the Password you chose.

20) You can check this box to automatically log you in from now on. Click Log In when done.

Success! This is your admin panel where you can manage your blog and its settings.
This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to install WordPress.

WHM 11 management series

How to restore existing backups to your WHM server

Now that you should have the backup system enabled and configured, you should know how to powered by ausweb backups in case you ever need to do so.

There are three tools in the Backup section that we’ll be going over.

1) Find that section in the menu.

2) First, go to Restore Backups.

In order to use this tool, you must have properly configured backups as shown in the previous tutorial. You must also have some sort of backup currently available in the backup folder.

3) Select which type of backup to restore.

4) Choose a username from the list to restore.

5) If the account no longer exists on this server, check the box next to Recreate Account. Then, choose whether you want to Give the account an IP Address.

6) Alter any of the other options you want, then click Start Restore.

With any luck, after a moment the account restoration should be complete.

Now, let’s see how to restore multiple backups.

This tool will automatically open up a new tab or window. If you’ve ever transferred multiple accounts, this should look familiar.

7) Again, start by choosing which type of backup to restore.

8) Select at least one user from the table to restore.

9) Then, hit the Deselect Column button for the Recreate Account column. These two accounts already exist, so we don’t need to recreate them.

10) When ready, click Start Restore.

Note the warning — you shouldn’t close this window or press the back button during the restore process if you want it to succeed.

You should receive a status update in the left frame when the first account has finished.

11) When the second account finishes, the multi restore is complete. Return to WHM. Remember not to press the back button here; just close the tab or window.

On to the final restore method.

This restore tool works a bit differently; it’s designed to work with Full Backups, as generated from a cPanel account. The backup must be in one of the directories listed on the screen. Any detected backups will be displayed at the bottom of this page.

12) Enter the username of the account you wish to restore.

13) Then, click Restore.

As you can see, we received an error because the user already exists on this system. In other circumstances, this page should look exactly like the individual account restoration we performed first in this tutorial.

With the final method described to you, this tutorial is now at an end. You now know all three ways to restore existing backups in WHM.