You can upload files to/download files from your server using the cPanel File Manager, or FTP. With an FTP program you can easily upload/download many files/folders at once, for installing or updating UWB software for example. A great...[ Read More... ]
Go to the Documents > Add Document tab to upload documents/files (jpg, jpeg, gif, png, pdf, doc, docx, swf - i.e. flash - , csv, txt file) to your website.
On the List Documents page, you can highlight/copy the Document Title and...[ Read More... ]
First you will want to configure your File Uploads App, under the Configure Site > Social Networking > File Uploads page.
This will take you to the File Uploads Config page:
Here you will find the...[ Read More... ]
If you just want to redirect users to a temporary page while you are creating your website, you can use the Site Maintenance Redirect App that comes built-in UltimateWB. But say you have switched from another website builder that didn't let...[ Read More... ]
You can choose actions for your website to perform automatically after a customer purchases an item ,and payment is confirmed, on the Add/Edit Item pages, in the "After Payment" section.
You can choose a member group to add the...[ Read More... ]
Adding attachments to your mailer: You can add up to 2 attachments to your mailer (scroll down on the Compose Mailer page for uploading the file(s) by clicking on the "Browse" buttons to locate the file on your computer). For adding more...[ Read More... ]
To backup your database content, go to the Configure Site > Backup Database tab.
Just click on the "Create Database Backup" button there and a database backup file will be created on your server.
The file will get listed under the...[ Read More... ]
You can create, stylize, customize, and embed a dynamically generated mosaic grid in your website using the Mosaic Grid App, available under the Elements section of the Admin Panel. A mosaic grid can consist of a mix of photos and text boxes....[ Read More... ]
You can easily backup your website from your web hosting control panel, cPanel, using the built-in Backups tool!
1) Login to your web hosting control panel (refer to logging into cPanel tutorial here).
2) From your web hosting control panel,...[ Read More... ]
To login to your Admin Panel go to www.your-website.com/admin where "your-website.com" is the domain name for which you have registered the software, and "admin" is the folder name of your Admin Panel files. If you haven't changed...[ Read More... ]