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cPanel and vShare

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by alyptic, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. alyptic

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    I'm pretty new to this and I'm still in the learning process, so I'd like to start off by apologizing if this question is posted in the wrong section, is a repeat question or is a question unrelated to the cPanel forums.

    Anyway, I started off by purchasing a database using /http://hostonnet.com/ and followed up by purchasing vshare and having them install it for me using /http://hostonnet.com/script-installation.php.

    The website is up and running, but I want to make changes to how it looks and what is/is not shown. For example, changing the background color of the website from white to black. Where would I go to access this?

    Also, how would I be able to manage things like... adding a pop-up notification or an advertisement on the website?

    Thanks
     
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    Have you asked at /http://hostonnet.com/support.php? I think I might start there if I was you.
     
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    I guess we can start with one thing at a time. I was able to find a free template that looked a little bit more like what I needed from vshare and I tried to upload it.

    I followed this: vShare - Installation - vShare guide and went through the steps. I changed the listed folders to 777 and creatd a MySQL database. However, whenever I tried to access the http://yourdomain.extn/install/index.php I got an error.

    Also, when I used filezilla to upload the "template" folder to replace my old one, it would give me the could not connect red error message. The link said that this only happens if I'm uploading in ASCII, but I've already changed all file transfers to Binary so that shouldn't be happening right?
     
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    Well, the error itself is the part you should post, that's your clues. If this server is running SuPHP, no folder should be greater than 755.

    This script is not provided by cPanel, so support for it should be looked for with the script authors, or your Hosting Provider.
     
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