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March 28, 2018 7 stylesheets 3 border psds 20 font downloads 18 color schemes 4 photoshop tutorials 1 website tutorial 1 angie cutout 1 brenna cutout 6 brooke cutouts 2 miranda cutouts 7 nicole cutouts 1 olivia cutout 6 zoe cutouts new layout January 7, 2018 old vday content is up December 15, 2017 2 brush packs 3 preppy stylesheets 2 xmas cutouts 2 angie cutouts 8 brenna cutouts 3 brooke cutouts 1 nicole cutout 2 zoe cutouts December 7, 2017 Christmas layout christmas updates June 9, 2017 new website opened!!!
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1. Scroll down to the little "Account Functions" menu and click "Create a New Account."

2. The Create a New Account should've came up.

In the Domain Information section.
  • Domain: Write the domain that you're going to be hosting. For example, if someone was hosting my website, they'd write loveblush.net there. You also write in a subdomain here! For example, kisses.loveblush.net
  • Username: Write what username you want them to have. This is the username they'll use to login to their cPanel and website email.
  • Password Write the password that the hostee chose for their account. Then Re-type Password where it says to.
  • Strength: This tells you how strong the password is!
  • Email: Write what email the person wants for their website. for example, admin@loveblush.net.

  • In the Package section, you'll see "Choose a Package." Select the drop down arrow to choose which package you want to give this hostee. If you have NOT set up packages yet than please do so. I have tutorial on this if you don't know how. If you're setting up hosting for a subdomain than make sure you have a specific subdomain package

    I'm not going to get into details oer the Settings section. Keep whatever default settings are selected.

    In the DNS Settings section

    The 3 checkboxes you'll see: "Enable DKIM on this account" is usually checked so if it's checked than leave it. I would keep "Enable SPF on this account" and "User the nameservers specified..." unchecked. If you want to learn more about the things I'm not going into major detail about than google it!
    Nameservers: This should show what ever your/YOURhost's nameservers are. Who ever you're setting up hosting for needs to add these nameservers to their account in Godaddy or namecheap or wherever they bought their domain from! I STRONGLY suggest making them do this before setting up their hosting account.

    For the Mail Routing Settings, keep Local Mail Exchanger selected.

    Click "Create" and your new hosting account has now been created!