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**cPanel** **cPanel**
-  * Browse to [[https://britiac3.miniserver.com:2083]] or [[https://britiac3.miniserver.com/cpanel]] and enter your //Username// and //Password//.+  * Browse to [[https://server.british-caving.org.uk:2083]] or [[https://server.british-caving.org.uk/cpanel]] and enter your //Username// and //Password//.
  * The Control Panel allows you to manage many aspects of your email and web hosting.   * The Control Panel allows you to manage many aspects of your email and web hosting.
  * A guide to the cPanel is [[http://cpanelguide.net]]. Remember [[http://google.com|Google]] is your friend.   * A guide to the cPanel is [[http://cpanelguide.net]]. Remember [[http://google.com|Google]] is your friend.
** FTP ** ** FTP **
-  * The host is **britiac3.miniserver.com**. Use the same //Username// and //Password// as for the cPanel.+  * The host is **server.british-caving.org.uk**. Use the same //Username// and //Password// as for the cPanel.
  * **NOTE** your website files belong in the **/www** directory (which is linked to, same as the **/public_html** directory).   * **NOTE** your website files belong in the **/www** directory (which is linked to, same as the **/public_html** directory).
**Website** **Website**
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There are two options here.  There are two options here. 
-  - Browse to **britiac3.miniserver.com/~//your-user-name//**. E.g. [[http://britiac3.miniserver.com/~cscc|britiac3.miniserver.com/~cscc]].+  - Browse to **server.british-caving.org.uk/~//your-user-name//**. E.g. [[http://server.british-caving.org.uk/~cscc|server.british-caving.org.uk/~cscc]].
    * This is the quickest option but might cause problems if you have any absolute URL links on your website.     * This is the quickest option but might cause problems if you have any absolute URL links on your website.
  - Update your local ///etc/hosts// file to fool your computer thinking the domain's IP address is that of the new webserver's.   - Update your local ///etc/hosts// file to fool your computer thinking the domain's IP address is that of the new webserver's.
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    * Then add the line below, substituting the domain name for your own domain name.     * Then add the line below, substituting the domain name for your own domain name.
    * When you have finish don't forget to restore the original file.     * When you have finish don't forget to restore the original file.
-    * NB 31.25.186.126 is the IP address of **britiac3.miniserver.com**+    * NB 31.25.186.126 is the IP address of **server.british-caving.org.uk**
<code>31.25.186.126  cscc.org.uk</code> <code>31.25.186.126  cscc.org.uk</code>