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Outsourcing WP building question

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by Br ook, Feb 2, 2009.

  1. Br ook

    Br ook Junior Member

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    Hi guys,
    I wanna outsource all the blogs building (I don't like building them).
    The problem is that i don't want to give my godaddy's username and password.
    I don't that someone will miss use them (i can buy domains and change a lot of staff)
    How can I outsource it and still be safe?

    Tnx
    Brooke
     
  2. createrk

    createrk Junior Member

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    I sent you a PM for blog building. You dont need to give the godaddy user name and password to anyone. :)

    You just need to change the nameserver details in it with your hosting company details and thats it.
     
  3. Br ook

    Br ook Junior Member

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    I've got a few PMs, but I didn't get what i need to do...
    I never needed to change the nameserver.... do you mean that my blog would be hosted elsewhere?
    Brooke
     
  4. alonski

    alonski Junior Member

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    Do you host your blogs on godaddy? Also how much would you pay for this I might wanna do it.
     
  5. shylesson

    shylesson Power Member

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    Do you have hosting with godaddy or just domains? Hosting being an actual hosting account. If not, I'd not recommend them either lol. If so, there should be a way to setup an ftp account that way the user can just login via the ftp client [you'd need to setup WP in the very least] and upload the files. Else, you'd change the namesavers to the host that you DO have hosting with [they usually send to your email or you can find them sometimes too in the cpanel]. Then you can give ftp access to another user.