Web Hosting FAQ

…6;Physical Hosting’, then click OK.For host 6 or 7, make sure ‘Hosting type’ is set to ‘Web Site Hosting’. For host 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5, enter an FTP login and password for the new domain, choose the services and quotas you would like for the new domain, and then click ‘OK’.For host 6 or 7, enter an FTP Login and Password for the new domain, then select ‘Next’. Choose the services and quotas you wo…

Changing your hosting passwords

…is information is for Cruzio Website Hosting services. If you got your web hosting before July 2006, please see the Classic Web Hosting FAQ. To follow the procedures in this help article, you will need to know your Control Panel password. If you don’t know your Control Panel password, please contact Cruzio Support for help. Changing passwords: a good website security practice To keep your website or web application safe, it’s good prac…

How to Add SPF Records for Website Hosting

…o Cruzio’s Website Hosting services. If you purchased web and domain hosting with Cruzio after July 2006, you likely have a Website Hosting services. Otherwise, you may have a Classic domain. If you have a Classic domain, you will need to contact Cruzio if you want to add SPF records to your domain. Setting up a SPF Record on your domain will help prevent spammers forging email from your domain. Learn more at openspf.org. You can use the SPF…

Adding a DNS record to your Website Hosting domain

…o Cruzio Website Hosting services. They do not apply to Cruzio Classic web hosting. If you have Classic web hosting, then you will need to contact Cruzio to have your DNS records modified. Do not add or change DNS records if you are not aware of any reason why they should be changed. Go to http://login.cruzio.com/ and enter your domain name. Click “Control Panel” and click “Go”. Enter your admin username and password and lo…

Web Hosting Help

…panels (logged in or logged out) by clicking the My Website link in the menu bar below the Cruzio logo at the top of the page. » Log in to your website control panel Using Your Web Hosting Web Hosting FAQ ShopSite Help Cruzio VPS FAQ Setting Up Web Publishing Website Publishing With Filezilla FTP Redirecting a Website or Web Page…

Trim an Over-Quota Website Hosting Mailbox

…esses at your own domain—@yourdomain.com—as part of Cruzio’s Website Hosting services. General Email Help For questions about email in general, start here. Every mailbox hosted by Cruzio has a fixed allowance, or quota, of storage space on the Cruzio mail server. If your mailbox fills up, incoming mail will bounce back to the sender instead of being delivered to you. Every Cruzio Domain mailbox starts with a quota of 50 megabytes (MB) shared…

Web Statistics for your Domain

…ation applies to Website Hosting services. If you purchased Web and domain hosting with Cruzio after July 2006, you likely have a Website Hosting services. Otherwise, you may have a Classic domain. How do I access my Web statistics? How do I change the way my Web statistics are presented? What details can I see in AWStats? What details can I see in Webalizer? How do I access my Web statistics? Log in to your domain control panel at http://login.cr…

Turning on PHP for Your Website

…is information is for Cruzio Website Hosting services. If you got your Web hosting before July 2006, please see Classic Web Hosting and PHP. If, after installing a Web application, you cannot view your content on your website, you may need to turn on PHP support: Log into your Control Panel at http://login.cruzio.com/. You may need to enter your login information twice. Click the appropriate domain name. If you are on host 6 or 7, find your domain…

Redirecting a website using Forwarding or an A Record

…omain without template” option selected. Make sure “Proceed to hosting setup” is checked. Click “OK”. If you are on Host 6 or above, click the “Create Domain icon” in the Tools section. Type in the domain name that you want to redirect. Leave the “www” check box selected. Change “Use domain template settings” to “Default Domain”. For Host 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, choose either…

Creating a File Download Area on Your Website

…ry (the folder containing your website files) of your website. For Classic hosting, this will be the directory pub_html. For other hosting plans, this will be the directory httpdocs. In the root directory, create a new directory. Name the directory download, transfer, or whatever you prefer. For the remainder of this document, it will simply be referred to as the download directory. Once the new directory is created, go into that directory. Upload…