A Devil of a time

I’ve been with 1&1 for many years, and as with most hosting services, it’s a dysfunctional relationship. I’ve tried out other services, but since I know 1&1 so well, I can do pretty much anything. Today, however, I did battle with GoDaddy and loaded the WordPress engine for a client on their GoDaddy account. Here’s what I did.
First I had to create a directory.

Logging into GoDaddy

Go to My Products

Click on Web Hosting

Launch Account

GoDaddy opens to the Hosting Control Center

Click on Domains

Select Domain

Click on Pencil under Actions

Create a folder (directory) name, click OK