Tutorials for everything, even subdomains :)

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Hi All,

A while back a Warrior was looking for a tutorial for making subdomains on cPanel. I just ran across this site. www.DemoDemo.com below is a list of the cpanel tutorials. They have many other subjects.

George Wright
  1. Watch MovieCreating a POP email account
  2. Watch MovieCreating a default (catchall) email account
  3. Watch MovieCreating an autoresponder
  4. Watch MovieCreating a subdomain
  5. Watch MovieCreating custom error pages
  6. Watch MoviePassword protecting a directory
  7. Watch MovieCreating an MySQL database
  8. Watch MovieManaging a MySQL database in PHPMyAdmin
  9. Watch MovieInstalling FrontPage extensions
  10. Watch MovieUsing File Manager
  11. Watch MovieUsing Index Manager
  12. Watch MovieEnabling Hotlink Protection
  13. Watch MovieRedirecting a URL
  14. Watch MovieRedirecting Mail
  15. Watch MovieChanging control panel password
  16. Watch MovieCreating an add-on domain
  17. Watch MovieCreating an FTP account
  18. Watch MovieBacking up your site
  19. Watch MovieAccessing WebMail
  20. Watch MovieUpdating your contact info
  21. Watch MovieChanging your control panel style
  22. Watch MovieUsing cPanel Shortcuts
  23. Watch MovieConfiguring BoxTrapper
  24. Watch MovieConfiguring SpamAssassin
  25. Watch MovieConfiguring email filters
  26. Watch MovieUsing Web Disk
  27. Watch MovieUsing IP Deny Manager
  28. Watch MovieParking a domain
  29. Watch MovieUsing CGI Center
  30. Watch MovieCreating cron jobs
  31. Watch MovieUsing Image Manager Thumbnailer
  32. Watch MovieUsing Image Manager Scaler
  33. Watch MovieUsing Image Manager Converter
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