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add new webpage in epanel VHM

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tnt217, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. tnt217

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    hi all,
    I am a new user in epanel.
    I have created new webpage, but I want to upload it into my server.
    I try but not success, please suggest to get it work.
    thanks
     
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    You can upload your site to the server using any FTP client. The FTP username and password are the same as the cPanel username and password. Can you give us more details about the problems you are having? Please tell us step-by-step what you have already tried.

    Are you the server administrator with root WHM/SSH access, or do you only have a cPanel account on a shared hosting server? If you are using shared hosting, then I recommend contacting your host, because your host would be the best resource to help you upload your site.
     
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    cPanelJared,

    I have root access to my server,
    I have using ftp to transfer source code of my web page to my server.
    i put it in /root/public_html/poweradmin/
    when i open webpage http://myip and enter
    the page change to : http://myip/cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi
    and error 500.
    please suggest to get it work.
    thanks
     
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    hi Jared Ryan,
    I have upload source code into myserver,
    I have put it in /root/public_html/poweradmin.
    then, i open web page
    http://myip/
    but the web change to hi Jared Ryan,
    I have upload source code into myserver,
    I have put it in /root/public_html/poweradmin.
    then, i open web page
    http://myip/cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.
    i have change configure in httpd.conf
    <VirtualHost myip:80>
    ServerName myip
    DocumentRoot /root/public_html/

    </VirtualHost>

    but i have a problem too. and error 500
    please suggest to fix it
    thanks
     
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    You should not need to manually edit the httpd.conf file. Please do not edit the httpd.conf file until you have made the site work correctly using the WebHost Manager tools. Manual edits will only make the situation more confusing, and unless done properly, manual edits will be lost when cPanel updates the Apache configuration.

    The default page is displayed because the domain resolves to an IP address on the server that does not have that domain configured in the Apache configuration. Do a host lookup on the domain name. On a Linux or Unix system, the command is the following:

    Code:
    # host domain.tld
    Replace domain.tld with the actual domain name. Now, in the WebHost Manager, click Main >> Account Information >> List Accounts. In the IP Address column, note the IP address of the account. Does it match the result of the host command I listed above? If not, you need to change the IP address by clicking Main >> Account Functions >> Change Site's IP Address.

    It would probably be best if you will submit a complimentary ticket. This will let us log into your server directly and work with you on an individual basis, which will be the fastest and most efficient way to help you put your site online.
     
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