How to Use Dreamweaver with Your Hosting Account

You can send your Dreamweaver site files straight to your hosting account from the Dreamweaver interface. Using Dreamweaver to transfer files cuts out the extra step of using an FTP interface or SSH. Using Dreamweaver with Your Hosting Account In your Dreamweaver client, open your site files In the Dreamweaver navbar, click Site In the […]

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@Mail Setting Preferences

Accessing the @Mail Setting Preferences Log in to the @Mail interface. For help doing this, see our article, Accessing @Mail, Roundcube, or Squirrelmail through Direct Link Click Settings in the top navbar This will take you to the Webmail Preferences interface. You can also edit the Interface Style and User Profile preferences by clicking their […]

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What Types of Webmail are Offered at pair Networks?

@Mail @Mail is a web-based email client that is written in PHP. It has a rich, but simple-to-use user interface and gives users helpful options on how to customize their email client. You can make changes to the @Mail interface by going to the Settings tab in the top navbar in the interface. Here you […]

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Accessing @Mail, Roundcube, or Squirrelmail through Direct Link

webmail.pair.com is a web-based email system for pair Networks’ customers. Every pair Networks mailbox is ready to use with Webmail (this includes both the mailbox that is included with every hosting account as well as extra mailboxes that are added using the Account Control Center). WebMail is offered with three different interface choices: Squirrelmail, @Mail, and […]

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Adding a Column to a Database in phpMyAdmin

Adding a column to a table is a necessary step in creating a functioning database in phpMyAdmin. If you need to set up a database, see our article, Create a Database. To see how to add columns to a database, follow the instructions below: Adding a Column to a Database Table in phpMyAdmin Log in […]

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Understanding Bootstrap’s Grid System

Bootstrap is a framework for building a website. It’s very easy to use: simply download the Bootstrap files to your server, then add a Bootstrap template. There are instructions on how to do this in our Setting Up Bootstrap article. This will give you a basic site. However, what really makes Bootstrap impressive is its […]

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How to Make Bootstrap Nav Bars Drop-down on Hover

Making Bootstrap Nav Bars Drop-down on Hover Bootstrap navigation bars drop-down on click by default. However, if you want to change this to drop-down on hover, the process is simple. To make the drop-down appear on hover, simply add the following code to your Bootstrap site’s CSS file: .dropdown:hover .dropdown-menu{ display:block; } Factoring in Small […]

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Exporting a Database via phpMyAdmin

It is very simple to export your database from phpMyAdmin. If you need help accessing the database from the phpMyAdmin within the Account Control Center, see our article, Accessing phpMyAdmin in the ACC. Exporting a Database from phpMyAdmin Log into your phpMyAdmin account where the database is located In the top navbar, click the Export […]

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Where do I go to Check My Emails Using My Browser?

When a mailbox is created in the Account Control Center, it creates a new email that can be accessed on pair Networks’ website. Finding My Custom Email Using My Browser Go to the pair Networks website Click Webmail in the top right corner In the top right corner of the new page, select the type […]

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How to Change Bootstrap Button Styling

Because of its framework, Bootstrap’s buttons are already styled when they’re added to the site. However, if you want to create your own custom button style, you can do that in Bootstrap’s CSS file. Note: If you haven’t yet installed Bootstrap on your server, see our Setting Up Bootstrap on Your Server article. Step 1: […]

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How to Customize Your Bootstrap Form

Bootstrap gives you all the tools to easily customize your forms. With Bootstrap, you can add new form “controls,” like checkboxes or text areas, with an already established styling. This article will show you the basic ways to customize your form and the code needed to include each control. Topics: Setting Up Spacing Form-Group Class […]

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Types of Bootstrap Forms

Bootstrap has templates for many basic website components, such as forms. You can use these templates as a springboard into creating a custom form. Bootstrap also supplies preformatted form elements that you can easily swap in or out of your form. We’ll go over the basics here. To see all of the available form templates […]

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Setting Up Bootstrap on Your Server

This tutorial will take you through setting up Bootstrap on your server. Bootstrap is a free, front-end framework for designing websites and web applications. It’s very popular for website design because of its many easily added components and responsiveness. Keep in mind that this tutorial goes over just one of multiple types of Bootstrap installations. […]

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How to use jQuery to Show/Hide a Form on Click

You can use jQuery to show or hide a form on click. The easiest way to do this is to use the toggle effect. See the Pen How to Use jQuery to Show/Hide Form on Click by pair Networks (@pairdocs) on CodePen. This is an interactive code display that shows you the HTML, CSS, jQuery, […]

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How to use jQuery to Generate Modal Pop-Up when Clicked

A modal box is a pop-up window that forces the user to interact with it before returning to the site. Modal boxes are useful for warnings, informational boxes, and more. Making a modal box is relatively simple with jQuery. If you are not familiar with jQuery, check out our jQuery Basics article for an explanation […]

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jQuery Basics

Note: This article assumes you have a basic understanding of HTML and CSS. If HTML or CSS is new to you, we recommend you learn HTML and CSS basics before attempting to use jQuery. See w3schools’ HTML tutorials or their CSS tutorials for some helpful pointers on getting started learning HTML or CSS. Before you add code to your […]

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Getting Your HTML Ready for jQuery

Note: This article assumes you have a basic understanding of HTML and CSS. If HTML or CSS is new to you, we recommend you learn HTML and CSS basics before attempting to use jQuery. See w3schools’ HTML tutorials or their CSS tutorials for some helpful pointers on getting started learning HTML or CSS. jQuery is […]

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Accessing phpMyAdmin in the ACC

What is phpMyAdmin? phpMyAdmin is a powerful tool built to handle MySQL database administration via the Web. This tool allows you to create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute SQL statements, export data into multiple formats, and much more. phpMyAdmin is centrally installed; pair Networks customers do not have to install phpMyAdmin by themselves on their account. […]

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