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Messages - Craig Brodie-Browne

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Technical Assistance / Re: How to move from one server to another?
« on: August 11, 2015, 03:02:38 PM »
Hi Tom

You could ask namecheap if they can do the transfer/migration for you..not sure if they charge or if its something that they'll do as part of your server purchase.

Or, you may find somebody here that can backup your sites and data bases and move them for you.

Both would require you to hand over login details of your old hosting so that they can gain access and of course if you get someone from here to do it then they would need your new server login details.

Once all is moved you will then need to change the nameservers for each domain that you have on the new namecheap server.

Just remember to backup everything on your old server and download it to your pc so that you know you have a master of your site files and databases.


Special Offers Forum / Re: FREEBIE Alert-Limited Time
« on: August 11, 2015, 02:47:10 PM »
Here you go

WorkFlowy Pro - 1 Yr Free


Product Requests / Re: Plugin Membership?
« on: November 21, 2014, 11:26:35 PM »
   I figured that was the case.   :shocked2: That is one of the things I cant stand about plr producers.  *duh* They dont list the license on the salespage.  Every plr sale I do I ALWAYS list the license that way there are no surprises.!   :cool:


I totally agree with the way that Jerome does up front and there can be no confusion...

It's about time product producers were held to account for misleading people on the sales page. If I pick up a product from the supermarket shelf and it says 2 then when I check out it scans through at 4, I can get the store to sell it to me for 2 as that is what it was advertised for.

The same should apply when you see a sales page tell you that you can do A B C but once purchased you can only do X Y Z.

What smacks it most is when you challenge the makers and request a refund because you were misled, they jump up and down and then add you to the list of refunders.

Oh well, such is life on the net I suppose.


Technical Assistance / Re: Best Way To pUt A Sales Page Up On Wordpress
« on: October 25, 2014, 06:23:58 AM »

What ones have you tried from the membership?


Product Requests / 4K Ultra HDTV PLR
« on: October 12, 2014, 01:12:52 PM »
Hi Mark

This came across my inbox...another package from Tiffany Lambert for the membership

The usal rights from Tiff

I only have 2 rules for my PLR

1st - Don't use my name on it.

2nd - Don't pass along the PLR rights to others.

Thanks in advance


Jerome's EDIT:(12 October 2014 715pm)  Craig you used the mail to button instead of the url button.  I have fixed your link.  ;)

Product/Service Reviews / Anyone tried Wordbotic?
« on: October 12, 2014, 01:05:01 PM »
Hi people

I was wondering if anyone had bought and tried Wordbotic (Beta) from Lina

It does look like a great peice of software...

Any reviews from users would be much appreciated


Technical Assistance / Re: Here We Go Again
« on: September 26, 2014, 10:39:03 PM »
Hey MM

I'm glad you got this sorted, however, when I look at your sales page you still have some images missing.
Check your "images" folder to make sure that they are there.



Technical Assistance / Re: File Directory Structure on Server?
« on: September 16, 2014, 03:23:03 AM »
Have you finally sorted things out MM?

Just for info....there is no difference between public_html and htdocs...when you upload files to either of them you will get the same happen when you go to the site name ie

I've often found that plesk controlled windows servers use htdocs and cpanel controlled linux servers use public_html, although you can find both folders available with some hosts regardless of which they use may also notice a folder called www ...all this does is link to your public_html folder

As for .htaccess ...think of this as a controlling file ...this is normally a file which will have certain commands in it to perform upon certain requests...if you have a wordpress site then go have a look at the .htaccess file, you will see certain WP control commands there, you can also use this file to have override commands like a one off index page without having to mess around with your main site, so that when someone goes to your site they won't see your usual sales page but instead the .htaccess will send them to a different page that you stipulate. It's also used for allowing or dissallowing things like nofollow/no index commands or certain IP's or setting up password protection etc...

So to end it short, if your server has public_html then I personally would just use that folder to house my files regardless of wether or not there is an htdocs folder...and unless you know what you're doing stay away from the .htaccess file because if you edit it and do something wrong you will break your site.


Your RRW Membership / Re: Note from Mark
« on: August 19, 2014, 02:33:05 PM »
Sorry to hear of your loss Mark...
My condolences go out to you and your family...


Off Topic Forum / Re: 12 Second Commute Update
« on: July 25, 2014, 12:02:27 PM »
Your're right there MM...

I'm a lifetime platinum member at 12SC...

I'ts been going through some changes and a revamp, hence the low $10 accounts...

But things are hottng up and there's plenty happening within the membership to allow for further income streams along with all the tools you get to run your business.


Questions About Latest Products / Re: amazon affiliate golf store
« on: June 27, 2014, 03:25:45 AM »

I went into database but the admin password is encrypted there.

If my memory serves me right here's how to resolve the problem...

When your editing the users details in the database (MySQL) user_pass ... you need to select from the function drop down box "MD5" and then type the desired password that you want and press the "GO" button.

You now have a new password  :smiley:

It will re-encrypt the password, but just use what you chose for the new password to login to wordpress admin.

Hope this helps

Product/Service Reviews / Re: Searching for Reviews
« on: June 21, 2014, 01:00:24 PM »
Hi Fabian

I have some time on my hands as I'm recuperating from a neck operation...

I would love to review your video's for you.


These are great videos...I have a Mixer Pro Level Membership there  :smiley:
Just need to get round to sorting out a membership site  *duh*

I came across this site - CSS Author - from an email from Sam England...

I thought that maybe it would be of use to those of you who like free graphics.

Collection of 500+ free mockup templates PSD designs


I would say the same as SurfSmarter...

However, there is no reason why you couldn't take the ideas given and put your own spin on them so that you could come up with your own unique take of how to use PLR...

After all, the ideas given in that post are constantly banded around the interweb via sales pages, emails and other training materials... ie - they're not new ideas.


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