If you're a Commento. Follow these instructions instead. Installing a self-hosted instance of Commento can be divided into three logical steps:. On your server : The first step deals with installing Commento's binary and files on your server and involves getting the backend running. This may be done with release binaries , Docker , or by compiling from source. Register your website : Once you've installed an instance of Commento on your server, you must create an account to register the website where your readers will be adding comments. This step lets the Commento server know about your website so that it can serve requests. Embed on your website : Finally, after registering your website, you can install Commento on your website to let your readers interact with your Commento instance.
Learn how to use your server
If you install a plugin in 1. Firstly, if you want to have plugins on server you need one of this following packs installed on your server:. You need to have a pack that accepts plugins. Here I have Craftbukkit 1. Go to " Plugins " panel to search a plugin to install. Search " essentials " plugin in search tab.
Uploading and Installing Plugins
Click your Minecraft server on the server overview. Then select the Plugins tab, which is located in the Settings sub-item. Select your desired plug-in from the "All plugins" list and click on the green "Install" button. The installation may take a moment depending on the size of the plug-in. Drag the desired plugin.
This guide will show you two ways you can upload and install plugins on your server. Your FTP password is the same as your Multicraft password. Click on that directory. We would recommend not uploading more than 10 plugins at once using this method. This process should take less than 30 seconds. At this point, you can now restart your server to activate your newly uploaded plugins. To use the Bukkit Plugins feature built in to Multicraft, follow these simple steps. In the text box, search for the plugin you want to install. Do not refresh or navigate to a different page until the page confirms the plugin is installed. In addition to these methods, you can also upload plugins to your server using an FTP client program such as FileZilla.