When I took a MOOC to learn HTML/CSS a while back, I remembered the instructor encouraged students to create accessible websites. I understood the premise behind it. By making accessible sites, I’d be able to reach a wider audience. Since not every user has access to a good computer with fast internet connection running the latest browser. It’s the same thing with parking at any given shopping area. There are a lot more normal parking spots than handicapped spots but they are there for a reason. People with disability can easily find the designated spots in a crowded parking lot.
Welcome to part two of my guide to NameCheap web hosting. This part deal with setting up cPanel, email, SSL, and WordPress for your website. Refer to the first part of this guide for information about purchasing domain and hosting: Part 1. If you want to jump ahead to any part of this guide, click on the links of the Table of Contents below.
This is a comprehensive guide to hosting your website with NameCheap. I write this guide is because I used NameCheap for my first website. It was a great process learning how everything works together and getting my site online. NameCheap provided 24/7 support so anytime I was stuck on something, I can just start a chat with a representative within minutes. However, I could not find one single guide that showed me how to do everything from start to finish. So I thought to write this guide myself to help others get started on their websites.