How to publish your website using FrontPage 2003

Updated October 1st 2013 Effective January 1st 2014: If you built your website using Microsoft FrontPage® 2003, we recommend publishing your website using File Transfer Protocol (FTP) instead of FrontPage Server Extensions. Microsoft discontinued FrontPage Extension support in 2004 and no longer provides security updates or patches. NOTE: Your website will still work without FrontPage Server Extensions, and […]

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Site Migration Instructions: Shared Hosting

Transferring website files over to GreenGeeks is easy using your Account Manager and our Migration Request Form.  Here are the steps you need to take. Step 1. First make sure that your control panel logins are working. Step 2. Login to your Account Manager at http://greengeeks.com/login/. Click on Support and select the Migration Request Form. Step 3. […]

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How to upload a site before changing DNS

To upload site files before your DNS has changed over, you will need to connect to the IP address your site has been assigned to using the cpanel username and password in a FTP program. You can find this IP address in your welcome email as well as a temporary URL to preview your site. […]

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I am having troubles importing my SQL database, it’s too big!

This can happen as the HTTP post size is limited to a smaller number. The best way to restore your SQL database is by logging into your account using a SSH client. Be sure that you’ve already created your MySQL Database from inside of the control panel before continuing. Using a FTP client, upload your […]

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How can I put up an Under Construction page?

You can put up a nice and simple under construction sign before you have your web site loaded & ready to go. Login to your cPanel account using the details in your welcome email, and use the RV SiteBuilder to create a simple “under construction” page and press publish! Alternatively, you can create an index.html […]

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Site Migration Instructions: Reseller Hosting

Transferring website files over to GreenGeeks is easy using your Account Manager and our Migration Request Form. Here are the steps you need to take. Step 1. First make sure that your control panel logins are working. Step 2. Login to your Account Manager at http://greengeeks.com/login/. Click on Support and select the Migration Request Form. Step 3. Select the hosting […]

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GreenGeeks Migration Policy

* cPanel Migrations include all domains, Addon Domains, Subdomains, and cPanel settings. This will also include your emails and email accounts. Please note that this does require that your old host’s cPanel backup generator to be active. ** Manual Migrations include most things that are not cPanel to cPanel transfers. Additionally this includes work such as splitting […]

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