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Selling Online / How can I accept credit cards on my website?
« Last post by GriotSites Admin on June 18, 2016, 10:52:52 PM »
How can I accept credit cards on my Web Property?

In order to accept credit cards, you must have a merchant account or payment gateway. The most common gateway installs we offer are PayPal, WePay, and Stripe. These are affordable and reliable companies to provide you with your own online processing system with little effort and minimal fees. If you have an existing merchant account through another company, you can also use that to accept credit card payments on your Web Property.
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SSL Certificate Education / How can I obtain my own SSL Certificate?
« Last post by GriotSites Admin on June 18, 2016, 09:39:23 PM »
How can I obtain my own SSL Certificate?

Contact a web hosting company such as GriotSites and purchase your certificate. Once you have the keys for your Web Property, they must be installed in a root folder on your hosting server. If you purchased a Web Property from GriotSites, we will install the certificate for you.

 View and Purchase all SSL Certificates
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Selling Online / Do I need a shopping cart for my website?
« Last post by GriotSites Admin on June 18, 2016, 09:36:35 PM »
What is a Shopping Cart?

On a Web Property (eCommerce website) that sells products or services online, the shopping cart is a common metaphor (from the original grocery store shopping cart) for the catalog or other pages where a user reads and makes selections. Typically, the user checks off any products or services that are being ordered and when finished ordering, "Checks Out" by proceeding to a page where the various information such as billing and shipping information is collected and the order is placed and confirmed. The programming that provides a website with the ability to build a catalog, build its associated database and integrate pages into the website that provide users the ability to shop is known as shopping cart software.

A primary consideration when choosing shopping cart software is whether it will continue to serve your needs as your catalog and volume of orders grow. Our hosting plans include numerous shopping cart options. Here are a few of our most popular, listed in order of popularity - Magento, Zen Cart, osCommerce, Cube Cart, and Agora Cart.
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Selling Online / Popular E-Commerce Software
« Last post by GriotSites Admin on June 18, 2016, 09:24:06 PM »
The following e-commerce software is compatible with GriotSites and can be installed from within the cPanel:

Magento
Magento is the eCommerce software platform for growth that promises to revolutionize the industry. Its modular architecture and unprecedented flexibility mean your business is no longer constrained by your eCommerce platform. Magento is total control:

Installation via: QuickInstall
Home Page: https://magento.com
Support Forum: https://community.magento.com

PrestaShop
PrestaShop is an open-source e-commerce free software for Web 2.0

Installation via: QuickInstall
Home Page: http://www.prestashop.com
Support Forum: http://www.prestashop.com/forums

ZenCart
Free shopping cart eCommerce software by Zen Cart. Put your business online
and accept payments securely.

Installation via: QuickInstall
Home Page: https://www.zen-cart.com
Support Forum: https://www.zen-cart.com/modules/ipb

CubeCart
An easy to use yet powerful shopping cart featuring unlimited categories and products, multiple payment gateways, downloadable products. The design is very easy to modify.

Installation via: Quickinstall
Home Page: http://www.cubecart.com/
Support Forum: http://www.cubecart.com/site/forums

Phpcoin
A power-user shopping cart with a big variety of modules and support of almost every payment gateway. A big developers community is ready to offer custom solutions depending on your needs.

Installation via: Quickinstall
Home Page:https://www.phpcoin.com
Support Forum: http://forums.phpcoin.com

Sugarcrm
Customer relationship management CRM software for business. In the cloud, online, on demand, onsite - the best sales, email and mobile CRM integration. Social, cloud-based customer relationship management CRM solutions for small businesses. Free business and social CRM demos and downloads.

Installation via: Quickinstall
Home Page:  http://www.sugarcrm.com
Support Forum:  http://support.sugarcrm.com

Vtiger CRM
vtiger's community driven, fully open-source CRM Project provides the best and most usable CRM solution with the lowest total cost of ownership to small and medium enterprises.

Installation via: Quickinstall
Home Page: https://www.vtiger.com
Support Forum: https://helpdocs.vtiger.com/app/Home

Support
While we try to be as helpful as possible, it is best to contact the authors of the scripts/software you are using for support, and/or their related support community.  They know the software better than we do, so that is the best place to start when needing support related to a particular script.

Note: We are not associated with the support forums listed on this page.  They are listed here for your convenience as a useful resource.
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cPanel Maintenance / How do I restore my own backup?
« Last post by GriotSites Admin on June 18, 2016, 07:29:28 PM »
How do I restore my own backup?

A partial backup, such as a mySQL database or home directory, can be restored with the Backup icon within cPanel (the same place where the backup was generated by the user).

A full backup must be restored by the root user for the server. To request a restoration of your content from a backup file, simply complete our Restore Form. Please clearly indicate what content you want to restore and if there is anything you do not wish to restore.

Note: Griotsites requires a $25 fee to restore a weekly backup; however, if you provide your own backup file, the fee will be $15.

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cPanel Maintenance / Large Backups for Shared Accounts
« Last post by GriotSites Admin on June 18, 2016, 07:13:18 PM »
Large Backups for Shared Accounts

You may only create backups via cPanel of 10 GB and/or 150,000 inodes or less. If your backup is larger than 10 GB or over 150,000 inodes, you must contact GriotSites support for help to bypass the limit.

GriotSites.com is unable to manually create full backups of accounts that are larger than 20 GB (other limitations may also apply). Shared accounts are limited to one (1) cPanel backup stored on the account. Please see our Terms of Service for additional information.

The backup sizes in the table above are up to that size. For example, "10 GB Space" means 10 GB or smaller; and "20 GB Space" means above 10 GB but smaller than 20 GB.
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How to Move from a Non-cPanel Hosting Company

If you are moving away from a host who does not provide cPanel, then the only way to move your site is by uploading and downloading the files manually with a tool such as FTP. You can also request a .CSV or .SQL backup of your databases. Please contact your current hosting company for detailed instructions on how to request these backups.

To avoid any complications, do not tell your current hosting company that you are leaving their services until after everything you wish to migrate over has been moved.
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cPanel Maintenance / How Do I Move from One cPanel Host to Another?
« Last post by GriotSites Admin on June 18, 2016, 07:04:44 PM »
How Do I Move from One cPanel Host to Another?

If you just ordered a new hosting plan, you are in luck! GriotSites offers free content transfers within the first 30 days of signup. If you are not eligible for a free content transfer, you are still welcome to submit a ticket to our support department to request a reasonable price quote.

Moving from a cPanel Host
If you are moving from your current cPanel hosting company to GriotSites' cPanel hosting, follow the steps below to manually move your website:

>Generate a full backup of your current cPanel.
>Open the email which confirms your backup to obtain the name of the backup file.
>Submit a Restore Form to GriotSites.

Note: Our admins will need to know the name of your backup file and the exact path where the file is saved in your home directory.

Although it is not recommended, if you wish to move your Web Property manually, please follow the instructions here for the situation that applies to you.
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cPanel Security / Username, How Can I Change My Control Panel Username?
« Last post by GriotSites Admin on June 18, 2016, 06:34:00 PM »
Username, How Can I Change My Control Panel Username?

A username is a vital piece of your hosting account. Unfortunately, you may not change the username associated with your control panel. Once it is set, there are vital components using that name. Some of those settings are used by your Web Property and are not controlled by GriotSites.
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cPanel Security / Why Can't I Log into My cPanel or Webmail?
« Last post by GriotSites Admin on June 18, 2016, 06:11:56 PM »
Why Can't I Log into My cPanel or Webmail?

Most networks have a firewall setup to block access to the ports required for cPanel and webmail.
No need to worry, just use the proxy connections instead.

With our Shared hosting accounts, users have access to a control panel that contains the admin functions of their account. Generally, access to cPanel can be granted by using the following syntax:

[yourdomain.com/cpanel]

The above URL would convert to the following URL within the address bar:

[http://yourdomain.com:2082 (if you get a browser warning, use "2087].

Unfortunately, the above URLs may cause a problem for some users as it attempts to connect to port 2082; this is an uncommon port and may be blocked by corporate and public firewalls, thus preventing access by the user. Use this alternative link:

https://catera.websitewelcome.com:2083
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+-Recent Topics

How can I accept credit cards on my website? by GriotSites Admin
June 18, 2016, 10:52:52 PM

How can I obtain my own SSL Certificate? by GriotSites Admin
June 18, 2016, 09:39:23 PM

Do I need a shopping cart for my website? by GriotSites Admin
June 18, 2016, 09:36:35 PM

Popular E-Commerce Software by GriotSites Admin
June 18, 2016, 09:24:06 PM

How do I restore my own backup? by GriotSites Admin
June 18, 2016, 07:29:28 PM

Large Backups for Shared Accounts by GriotSites Admin
June 18, 2016, 07:13:18 PM

How do I move my Web Property from a non-cPanel Hosting Company? by GriotSites Admin
June 18, 2016, 07:10:06 PM

How Do I Move from One cPanel Host to Another? by GriotSites Admin
June 18, 2016, 07:04:44 PM

Username, How Can I Change My Control Panel Username? by GriotSites Admin
June 18, 2016, 06:34:00 PM

Why Can't I Log into My cPanel or Webmail? by GriotSites Admin
June 18, 2016, 06:11:56 PM

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