Student Registration Walk Through

Hello, Arvixe readers! Did you know that Arvixe offers 3 months of free hosting for Students worldwide? I have found – in my experience – that many students are not actively looking for a web presence, and take on this free offer with vigor. But many are immediately turned off by a complicated registration process and lack of familiarity with the cPanel interface. Many don’t understand what to do with their new web space. This is one of many tutorials I plan to create that will walk beginners, students or otherwise, through the process and how to best use Arvixe Web Hosting. Click “Read more” to continue!

 

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mojoPortal Tips: Make It Go Away! (UI Cache Solutions)

When editing a layout or changing content in mojoPortal, one of the most frustrating occurrences is actually a built-in feature of mojoPortal, the UI caching. While this is great for performance on high-traffic sites, it’s a flat-out pain when it comes to editing or updating your mojoPortal skin. Here’s how to make your mojoPortal UI editing less stressful.

In the Administration section of your mojoPortal installation, click on “Advanced Tools”, then “Design Tools”, and lastly, “Cache Tool”. Under “Cache Tool”, you’ll find two options. Learn More

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What is FTP?

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We use it every day, but do we actually know its full functions and capabilities? Read more, I’ll show you.

File Transfer Protocol, or better known as: “FTP”, is used to transfer files over the Internet through a TCP connection. The system consists of a client and a server. A connection is opened, either active or passive. Active connection, works by sending the request to the server and waiting until the server opens the TCP connection. Passive connection, works the other way around; when servers are behind firewalls and do not allow TCP connection inbound, the client sends the command to open a passive connection (PASV), and then the server sends an open connection request to the client. Learn More

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