Having a domain means you can share many things with the world. But sometimes you don’t want the world to see everything. Your cpanel provides a tool that can put a username/password lock on any directory in your site files. Before adding a password, the Mad Scientists at Extend Labs need to put something on… Read more »
Activities Categorized "Domain Camp Week 2"
After putting up their front gate, the mad scientists at Extend Labs anticipated future separate parts of their site for: A blog to reflect on their Domain Camp work (you will want that too). A place to perhaps install or build a photo gallery of their experiments (perhaps just uploaded via the File Manager?). A… Read more »
Mostly we will create content on our own servers for our subdomains, but they also are handy for being an easy to remember short cut link to content elsewhere on the web. We can use a subdomain as a way to seamlessly send a site visitor to a link we have chosen For example, the… Read more »
Before installing any application via cpanel, give some thought as to where it can be put up in your domain. The Mad Scientists at Extend Labs would like to share updates on their Domain Camp experience via a blog in their domain extendlabs.ca. Their options include: Install in a subdirectory of their main domain (within… Read more »