I had this error message when I deployed my PHP website to my cPanel PHP hosting company. This message was displayed on all the pages using “get_result()” on a mysqli statement. PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined method mysqli_stmt::get_result() Apparently mysqlnd
Recently I needed to move one of my sites from one SiteGround account to another. I thought it would be a free service and asked for SiteGround team’s help but unfortunately they returned to me saying it would cost me
Warning: You will need to deal with phpMyAdmin and SQL queries to finish the steps. If you don’t know how to handle that do not perform these steps. First check the steps and see whether you can complete them. Today
Let's say you have set up an EC2 micro instance on AWS. You have set up your IIS, Database, Application and everything, and finally you got your first web site up and running on this instance. For some reason you
CNAME: CNAME = Canonical Name It is a type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS) that specifies that the domain name is an alias of another, canonical domain name. Assume you create a CNAME record for
If you want to use a custom domain (main or sub) for your blogger page below are the settings you should apply on your cpanel: GENERIC INFO Log in to your hosting provider account Go to your DNS settings page.