How to Restore Your Hosting Space with WebsitePanel

On a previous article, I demonstrated you how to make a backup of your hosting space. In this article I will give you a step by step guide on How to restore your hosting space with WebsitePanel using a previous backup

1. Log into WebsitePanel.

2. Click on your hosting class: Learn More

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mojoPortal Tips: Troubleshooting mojoPortal Using the System Log

mojoPortal is a robust and flexible CMS (content management system), and like the old Timex commercial, “takes a licking and keeps on ticking”. This is better for your users, in that they’ll seldom see an actual error message, but when you’re trying to troubleshoot something complex, or involving a third-party plugin or implementation, this can create some frustration. That’s when it’s time to start checking the System Log feature that’s built into mojoPortal. Learn More

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How to Use Opencart’s vQmod

Opencart for a long time was needing a way to easily patch code into the framework whereby being able to remove it later without disrupting the integrity of the overall structure; In short, a plugin-like system that allowed users to easily plugin/unplug extensions to in their website without much hassle. For the longest time all extensions sold in the shop were core edits and if the files included in the package were not brand new then it would overwrite your existing code. This just isn’t realistic for a number of obvious reasons the biggest one being that you shouldn’t have to disrupt your website structure just to plug in an extension. Introducing VQMOD! Vqmod is pretty much an Opencart standard at the moment and is being used by just about everyone especially developers like myself.

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