FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Download the latest version of FileZilla.

On Windows, open the downloaded application and go through the install process. On Mac, open the zip file.

Upon installing/opening FileZilla, log into Multicraft. Head over to the "FTP" tab.

You will see a host/IP and username text field. Now switch over to FileZilla. If you look closely at the top bar, you will notice a host, username, and password field. Fill in the host and username options with the information provided in Multicraft, and for your password, enter the password you use to log into the Multicraft panel.

Triple-check your credentials; once have done so, press the "Connect" button at the end of the top bar. If you notice your files listed on the right side of the FileZilla client, congratulations, you have successfully logged into your server's file network! If you receive any errors, such as an incorrect password or timeout malfunction, make sure that you are entering all your details correctly.

Open FileZilla and connect to your server.

Navigate to your server’s “plugins” folder. Find the configuration file you want and drag it to your desktop. Already have the configuration file? Skip to the fourth step.

Edit the downloaded configuration file to your liking.

Drag and drop the configuration file into the directory where you downloaded it from (a plugin’s files folder inside the “plugins” directory).

A warning should pop up stating “Target file already exists.” Select “Overwrite” in the right-hand box and press “OK.”

Once you can confirm that the configuration file has uploaded, restart the server. Your newly uploaded configuration file should be up and running.

Download the purchased setup, and extract the files in the zip to your desktop.

Open FileZilla and connect to your server.

Delete the following files from your server: plugins, world, world_end, world_the_nether (if you have a custom world name or map, like myservermap, the last three folders would be myservermap, myservermap_end, myservermap_the_nether).

Upload the extracted files to your server. Make sure to edit your server.properties and set the world to “world.”

Restart your server.

Navigate to your server’s plugin folder using FileZilla.

Open a plugin directory of your choice, and right-click on config.yml

Press on View/Edit, and wait for the file to open.

If you are on Windows, press “CTRL” + “F” (Mac users, press “COMMAND” + “F”); in the “find” box, enter “SERVERNAME” (without the quotes), and in the “replace” box, enter your server’s name. If there is a “replace all” box, checkmark it and press enter.

Once you are done, save the file. A pop-up will appear stating “A file previously opened has been changed.” Checkmark “Finish editing and delete local file” and press “Yes.”

Go through steps 2-5 for every plugin you would like to customize.

Restart your server. Congratulations on customizing your Zeiyon setup!

Download the Votifier plugin.

Connect to your server using FileZilla. Drag the Votifier plugin into the “plugins” directory, and restart your server.

Press the “refresh” button in the top bar in FileZilla; there should be a new folder called Votifier in the “plugins” directory, along with a configuration file (config.yml).

Open the configuration file with a text editor of your choice by pressing on View/Edit.

It is recommended that you change the default port value to anything besides 8192, especially if you do not have a dedicated IP address.

Save the file, and restart your server.

Download the plugin GAListener. Drag the plugin into the “plugins” directory, and restart your server.

There should be a new folder called GAListener in the “plugins” directory, along with a configuration file (config.yml).

Open the configuration file with a text editor of your choice by pressing on View/Edit.

Edit what commands will be run when a user votes for your server. Once you are done, save the file, and restart your server.

Congratulations, Votifier is ready to be used!

In order to create the best type of MOTD, we shall be using the plugin MOTDManager. MOTDManager works with all the latest versions of Spigot and CraftBukkit.

Once you download MOTDManager from the link provided, open FileZilla and connect to your server.

Drag the MOTDManager plugin into your server’s “plugins” directory; afterwards, restart your server.

After you restart your server, press the “refresh” button in the top bar in FileZilla. There should be a new folder called MOTDManager in the “plugins” directory, along with a configuration file (config.yml).

Open the configuration file with a text editor of your choice by pressing on View/Edit.

Replace the text in quotation marks with your MOTD. Need an MOTD? Create one here (https://mctools.org/motd-creator).

Save the file and restart your server.

Connect to your server using FileZilla.

Drag all your files (if you want to click them all at once, press on the first file/folder and then, while pressing the “Shift” button, press on the last one) onto your desktop.

Congratulations! You now have a backup of your server.

Connect to your server using FileZilla.

Delete the folder “world” (CAUTION: Make sure to keep a backup of your server prior to completing this step)

Rename the folder of the world you would like to upload to “world” and upload it to your server.

Restart you server. Congrats, you have successfully loaded a custom map!

Why Notepad++? Notepad++ makes it easy for you to edit your configuration files with basic markdown features and YML syntax checking.

Why Sublime Text? Just like Notepad++, Sublime Text makes it easy for you to edit your configuration files. Sublime Text has many of the features Notepad++ has, but luckily, it is also made for Mac computers!.