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Creating your first website

Just follow following steps and get full fledged website running for you

  • Get an account with web host (you can use
  • Domain name(optional if webhost provides it or you can get friendly name at )
  • Website written in PHP (Or you can use CMS i.e. Content management system) Many CMS’s provided by 110mb. you have to just click on ‘one click application installer’ and select appropriate CMS (Before installing CMS delete index.html file through file manager through 110mb controle panel)
  • If you want to have email addresses with your domain you can open google apps account at
  • If your website/CMS requires a database you can get free database here (It may take one or two days to activate)
After completing all the above steps I assume:
  • You have an account with web host provider
  • You have domain name with
  • If you are using CMS ,CMS files uploaded to your root of website.
  • If your website/CMS requires database you have database account with you.
  • If you want friendly domain name you have domain name. And if you want emails with your websites you have google apps account.

Now let us start setting things up.
  • Log into your google apps account you will get instructions to select verification method, select ‘Change CNAME recordoption, press continue
  • Copy the unique string provided to you.
  • Open another tab and navigate to website, login to your account, select manage your domain name, press set up. Click on “url forwarding” , Select check box “Google apps email setup”, Paste this string to text box. Enter the title. press “Set Up”.
  • Switch back to your google apps tab press “I have completed steps above”
  • You will be prompted to follow guid, Go through the guid if you want to. It will open in different tab. When you complete exploring switch back to prev google apps tab.
  • Press activate email under Email link
  • You will get list of instructions for changing mail extensions. Don’t worry no need to follow those as has already done that for us. just press “I have completed these steps”
You have just set up an email account for your custom domain. It will take around one or two days to activate depending on your location.
Now let us come back to your website at
You will have a domain name with your website like [xxxxxx] Now you have to configure your domain name with 110mb.
  • Log into your 110mb account
  • Click on- Account management and Upgrade section – Account profile
  • Under Add new domain enter your domain name [ DO NOT PREFIX WITH www] i.e. do not enter just enter
  • Press “Add or remove My domain now”
  • Go to enter your 110mb domain i.e.
  • Copy the ip address.
  • Go to your domain manager settings as explained previously. Press set up.
  • Press zonal records, there you will have all the configuration for your domain
  • Delete the record having

    <yourname> 1 H A

  • Under add arecord click on textbox next to host.(Do not enter anything)
  • Select Type as “A”
  • Paste the ip address you had copied from 110mb domain doctor website
  • Press Set up
Thats it. you have now configured your domain name to point to 110mb domain. This may take two days two take efect.
Now considering that your database is active.
Navigate to your address
You will be prompted to enter information depending on your CMS. Enter database username, password, database name given to you by Enter Server name as
And just follow the steps.

I hope this information was useful


CODD’s Rules

Edgar F. Codd is a father of RDBMS ( Relational database management system )

He has putforth twelve rules which DBMS must follow ( 10 followed by Oracle 2 partialy followed )
These rules are
  • Information rule
  • Gauranted access
  • Systematic treatement to NULL
  • Active online catalog
  • Comprehensive data language
  • View updating rule
  • High level Insert,Update,Delete
  • Physical data independence
  • Logical data indepence
  • Distributed independence
  • Integrity indepence
  • No subversion rule

Information rule: It states that all information shold be stored in tables. Information about the tables should also be stored in tables.

Guaranted Access: It states that if you know table name and primary key you should be able to recover unique record.
Systematic treatement to NULL: It states that NULL is not confined to any datatype but it can be stored in all datatypes.
Active Online Catalog: It states that all information about databases should be stored in data dictionary which should be maintained by DBMS.
Comprehensive data language: This rule states that all data should be accessible by language. All DBMS follows this by providing SQL.
View updating rule: All views should be able to do DML operations. (Not followed by all DMBS not even Oracle).
High level Insert,Update,Delete: High level insert update delete should be possible i.e. it should affect multiple records with single query
Physical data independence: This rule states that where data is stored should be taken care by Operating System. This rule is partially followed by Oracle. Oracle tells OS where to store data using hash.
Logical data indepence: This rule states that data can be present anywhere physically but it should be accessible using same query. e.g. when we run select query we get desired result every time even when DBMS keeps on modifying location where data is stored for efficiency purposes.
Integrity independence:
  1. Entety integrity – Concept of primary key
  2. Referncial integrity – Concept of foreign key
  3. Domail integrity – Concept of data type
Distributed independence: DBMS should support distributed database. Followed by oracle.
Non-subversion rule: If relational system has low level language this language should not bypass integrity constraints