How to Schedule a Google Meet

In this guide, we will show you how to schedule a Google Meet videoconference. This can be used to set up an online gathering with your team and is a great way to connect. Google Meet provides one of the best free tools for collaboration, so follow along and learn how to get the most Read More >

How to Share Your Screen on Google Meet

In this guide, we’ll show you how to share your screen on Google Meet. With everyone meeting online using video conferencing tools such as Google Meet, there’s been a rush to learn how to get the most out of them.  When conducting online meetings, you may need to share your screen with other team members Read More >

Setting up Google Workspace MX Records in cPanel

One of our newest features for our Shared Hosting accounts allows you to connect your site to Google Workspace with a one-click wizard. Many customers use Google Apps for their business and would like to have that set up for their site. While simple, it can be tedious. We understand that, so we added the Read More >

How to Set up Google My Business

When promoting your company or organization in the past, you would add it to the “Yellow Pages” or a similar listing. Nowadays, the first place you want to show up is in Google Maps and Google search results. Since this is the most used search engine, it is how potential customers will connect with you. Read More >

How to Add a Google map with a Marker to your website

If you’re lost and you need to get somewhere, you typically have two choices: ask someone or use a map. If you’re a business owner with a physical location that you need people to find, then your best solution is to provide a map. Using a smartphone, you can now easily access directions through services Read More >

How to Sign up to Google Workspace For Email

Google Workspace gives your business email a facelift by letting you use Google’s advanced email and office suite of applications. All the power of Gmail comes to your custom email address. However, all of this comes at a higher premium. Instead of a free Gmail account, you will pay at least $6/month per user (email Read More >

How to Edit CSS Using Google Chrome Developer Tools

The Google Chrome browser includes Developer Tools to assist with troubleshooting and developing your website. For instance, by using its device toolbar you can easily preview websites as they would display on various mobile devices. There are also tools that allow you to Inspect Elements on a page and edit the CSS live, without affecting Read More >

How to Install the Open Graph Plugin

If you have installed the AddToAny Share Buttons plugin for WordPress, then your visitors are able to share content from your website to Facebook. Facebook takes advantage of Open Graph Markup to obtain the details needed to generate a post that contains a preview of the content (ie: Page, Post, etc.) being shared. Open Graph Read More >

How to Use Google Apps to Host Your Mail

In your Dedicated Hosting plan you have plenty of room to host many email accounts, but if you have a Google Apps account for your home or business, you can continue using your Google mail hosting services with a few modifications in your cPanel. Note: In order to use Google Apps services, you must have Read More >

How to Change Nameservers in Google Domains

Google Domains provides domain registration for many different types of top-level-domains. You can use these domains with your InMotion Hosting account by simply changing the nameservers. The following guide will walk you through how to change the nameservers to point to InMotion Hosting. Changing Nameservers in Google Domains Login to your Google Domains account. If Read More >

Important Notice from Google Chrome

NOTE: Starting in April 2016, Chrome on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS X, and 10.8 will no longer receive updates or security fixes. The Google Chrome browser will continue to be supported on these older platforms for the remainder of 2015 and up to April 2016. Who does this affect? This announced end-of-life Read More >

Google Chrome Security Update

Google recently released version 45 in response to a security concern. This release also included 29 security fixes for the browser. For more specific information on these fixes, please see Chrome Releases – Stable Channel Update. Google (in addition to Mozilla and Microsoft) has announced that they would end support for the RC4 encryption algorithm Read More >

Google Adwords Voucher Explained

As part of an ongoing promotion from Google Adwords we offer a $100 coupon for new customers. There are certain stipulations with the voucher set forth by Google themselves. We do not have any control over the promotion and it is directly handled by Google themselves. Here’s how to contact Google. NOTICE: Google AdWords will Read More >

reCAPTCHA Error – Blocked Loading Mixed Active Content

This article is intended for developers using reCAPTCHA Library for PHP (recaptcha-php-1.11). Problem When I access my website over SSL, Google Recaptcha doesn’t load. When I access the javascript error console, I see the following error: Blocked loading mixed active content“” [Learn More] What causes this problem? You will see the Blocked loading mixed active Read More >

How to Setup Google Authorship

In this tutorial: Email Verification Method Link Verification Method In this guide, we will show you how to set up Google Authorship, which allows you to link your Google+ profile to the content you write. It will also list the website in the Contributor To section of your Google+ profile. There are two methods for Read More >

Generating Google API keys

Getting Google API keys is quite an easy process. If you need to connect to services such as Google Drive or Google Maps from your website or another remote server, you will need a Google API key. The Google Developers Console can be used to obtain Google API keys with just a few simple steps. Read More >

How to Setup Google Tag Manager

In this tutorial: Create Account Add Container When you are developing a website, Google Tag Manager can help you handle the many tags you are using. Tags are javascript files (typically used for tracking) that pull from separate 3rd party services, such as Google Analytics, DoubleClick Floodlight Counter, or Adwords. This can slow down site Read More >