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This tutorial will show you how to create a MySQL database with GoDaddy.

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This tutorial will show you how to back up a database using GoDaddy hosting control panel.

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This tutorial is going to show you how to install WordPress engine on your GoDaddy server.

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This tutorial shows how to install Joomla template to the GoDaddy hosting server manually.

First of all you need to download template and extract files. You can check detailed instructions on how to extract files from the template package on MAC and PC. When you are done extracting files you can proceed to the template installation.

The vitally important thing …

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This tutorial shows how to install Joomla template sample data to GoDaddy hosting server.

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This tutorial shows how to install Joomla engine to the GoDaddy hosting server using automatic application install option.

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This tutorial shows how to install Joomla engine to the GoDaddy hosting server manually.

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This tutorial shows how to resolve issue with Facebook template not loading on GoDaddy servers. Trying to access Facebook template installed to the GoDaddy hosting server you can see the following error message:

“405 – HTTP verb used to access this page is not allowed. The page you are looking for cannot be displayed because an invalid method (HTTP verb) …

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This tutorial shows how to install Joomla engine and Joomla template to the GoDaddy hosting server using fullpackage.zip archive

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There are various ways to reset the WordPress admin panel access details. This tutorial will show you how to do this using the GoDaddy hosting control panel.

1. Open GoDaddy hosting control panel and go to the Databases tab. Then click MySQL icon

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2. Then select your WordPress database and click Manage via phpMyAdmin. On the next …

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