Ι have purchased a domain and want to enable it for my blog, what do I need to do.

At the DNS setting for your domain (most providers provide such settings), you have to add an A record and a CNAME record. The A record needs to point to the IP 194.177.218.66 and the CNAME has to forward the www.YOURdomain to the plain domain you purchased.Lets check out an example in which the new domain is domain.tld.The A record has to have the domain name entry empty, the IP address entry needs to be 194.177.218.66, as you can see in the picture.The CNAME record should have as hostname/alias www and for destination domain.tld.You also have to enable at espivblogs...

How do I migrate my joomla site to espivblogs?

The migration of the content of a Joomla site becomes fairly easy by using the “FG Joomla to WordPress” plugin. The requested steps are the following:     We activate the “FG Joomla to WordPress” plugin. On the Dashboard of espivblogs we click Tools → Import → Joomla(FG). If we don’t have a blog in espiv, we make a request through the hosting form https://espiv.net/form/ We need the following data from the site’s config :        $user= ‘$dbusername’; Username$password= ‘$dbpassword’; Password$db= ‘$db_name’; Databasepublic$dbprefix = ‘$dbprefix_’; Joomla Table Prefix**    0.3. After we have filled in all of the above data, we click on “test connection”...

How to backup a blog

By the following steps, you can take a backup of your blog’s posts and comments, preserving their publication dates, as well as authors, categories and tags. From the dashboard, go to Tools -> Export Choose “All content” or check the appropriate boxes to backup only the content of your choice. Then hit the “Download export file” button and save the file on your computer. The file you saved is your blog’s backup.The media files you might have uploaded on your blog are not backed up with this process. You’ll have to download them manually if you need to back them...