If you’re planning on attending the WPC16 conference this year, you’ll need to log in to the site to complete some tasks such as reserving a spot at the conference and/or workshops, reserving transportation, etc. To make things easier, this article will walk you through logging in and using the dashboard on your first visit to WPC16’s site. Once you learn how to navigate the dashboard, you’ll be able to complete all of these tasks quickly and easily throughout the year.
A Note About Accuracy
While wpc16 will be used in every post title, occasionally it may be spelled differently. These posts are all related to WordPress conferences, so if you’re trying to find one of our earlier-published posts about a particular conference (for example, WPC 2015), you’ll need to search for that spelling. For example, you might search wpc2015 instead of wpc16. Also remember that we started posting these conference tips after WordPress Community Summit 2016; any post with a date from before 2016 is likely an old post about a past event. We do have some more recent posts about upcoming events, but they don’t use the wpc convention because they were written after we’d already established that naming pattern. You can also find most of our older articles on previous events by clicking on Older Posts at the bottom of each page in your dashboard. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, please email us!
What to Do If You Can’t Log In
The first thing you should try is logging in again. When you do, you should see a redirection page that provides steps on how to fix your problem. If that doesn’t work, contact support. If all else fails, use an alternative method (like e-mail or phone) if available; it’s likely that others are experiencing issues as well so support may be slow or unavailable. To avoid future problems, bookmark our website and check back often. It’s also good practice to follow us on Twitter or subscribe to our RSS feed so you can quickly get updates when we publish new content. We hope these tips help! We apologize for any inconvenience caused by technical difficulties during WPC 2016.
Creating an Account
The first thing you’ll want to do after registering for WPC16 is create an account. Click on Registration, then Create New Account. You will be asked for your first name, last name, work email address, company name (optional), password, user ID (this can be whatever you like), a country of residence, and whether or not you have attended past WPC conferences. All of these are required fields except for company name. Next up is billing information: credit card number and expiration date as well as your billing address. This is required; click on next once everything is filled out correctly. Don’t forget that if you’re registering after June 1st there’s a 20% early bird discount! Once you’ve entered all of your information, check out by clicking on Register. If everything looks good, click Pay Now to complete registration. Congratulations—you’re registered for WPC16! Now it’s time to log in and get started.
How to Update Account Details
The command-line access is known as CPANEL. To access CPANEL, use: [root@yourserver ~]# /usr/local/cpanel/cpanel.sh This command will launch a browser that should automatically detect your server and prompt you for your login credentials. The username is root; you will not need to enter a password because it’s already cached by default on CentOS Linux servers. You can update account details from within CPANEL by going to My Account > Manage Accounts. From there, click on Account Information and then Change Details. You’ll be able to update things like email address or phone number from here. You can also change your password from here if needed.
Accessing CPANEL (CentOS server administration) in cPanel
You can access CPANEL on your cPanel with a username (root) and password. When you go into CPANEL, there will be lots of choices for you but all you have to do is click on WHM under Software. There are lots of choices, so start exploring. There will be menus at top like Domains, DNS, Emails etc.. Click on a menu choice, it should take you to a dashboard where all your domain settings are shown in tree view format. Your hostname might not look like others with your company name before it. The rest is up to you. Now we’ll learn how to login via SSH as root: First you need an SSH client, I use Putty which works fine. So type in putty in search box then open puttygen and save private key file as .ppk file extension. Next step: Open puttygen program again by typing puttygen then open private key file that was saved earlier then copy public key portion of text which starts with ssh-rsa followed by long string of characters ending with ecds… Copy public key portion only starting from ssh-rsa down until .ppk end or if its a new line, add that too and save private key file as same name without .ppk extension.
Free Webmaster Tools
While building your website with Bluehost there are a few ways that you can find help. Start by viewing our Getting Started Video Tutorials in our Bluehost learning center. You can also check out documentation on specific modules by clicking on them from our home page or just check out all of our current documentation here. Lastly, you can reach out to us for live chat support, we would be happy to answer any questions that you may have!
Domain Name Services (DNS) Tutorials
Your company or organization will need a reliable internet connection, and you will probably want access to email. Your name servers, or DNS records, are what make these connections possible. When an email is sent from one account to another, it goes through your mail server first. This requires that you have domain name services set up in order for users on your network (and outside of it) to be able to send and receive mail. The same goes for accessing files stored on another computer: If your business uses one central server for all business needs, then domain name services must be configured so that other computers can access those files as well. Domain Name Services (DNS) Tutorials: Your company or organization will need a reliable internet connection, and you will probably want access to email.