Minecraft Server Tutorials
Complete Guide to Settings up Your Server
If you looking to set up your server then this is the perfect video for you. Learn how to set up your Minecraft server and get playing with friends or other on Minecraft.
How to Buy a Minecraft Server
New to Minecraft servers? Find out how to buy a Minecraft server with hosting. Then host your Minecraft world, invite others to play, craft and explore together.
How to Connect to Your FTP File
An important part of moving files, deleting files or editing files on your Minecraft server is accessing the files. FTP file access allows you to access all your files, delete them ad also edit most online.
How to Create a Server Domain
Sending your IP every time can get annoying. Use the Custom domain option on the SeekaHost dashboard to create a unique address to send to others so they can join your server.
Java Server Settings Explained
Learning about Java Minecraft Servers? Take a look t our setup video. This will run through all the Java settings so that your familiar with what you can do with your server.
6. Bedrock Server Settings Explained
Learning about Bedrock Minecraft Servers? Take a look t our setup video. This will run through all the Java settings so that your familiar with what you can do with your server.
How to Connect to FileZilla
FileZilla is an amazing tool that lets you control all the files in your server. Meaning you can upload, edit or delete files from here.
Learn how to connect and use FileZilla for easier access to your Server files.
How to Use a Whitelist
Using a whitelist is an important feature of a server, especially if you are sharing the address to the public. This way you can control who you let in simply by adding their gamer tag to a list of allowed people.
How to Use Spawn Protection
Spawn protection comes as default for Java servers. This is usually to have you spawn where people load into the world and are unable to break or take blocks.
How to Ban or Un Ban Players
Scheduled Tasks and Backups
How to Create and Restore Backups
How to Setup Your World Border
How to Schedule An Auto Restart
How to Add a Server Icon
How to Use Your Multicraft Control Panel
How to Create a Sub User
How to Create a Java – Bedrock Server
How to Change to Hardcore Mode
How to Add a Resource Pack
How to Restart The Nether or The End
How to Delete Player Data
Stop /list Spam
How to Change Gamemode
How to Stop TNT and Creeper Explosions
How to Change Your Server Jar
How to Setup Your Bedrock Server
How to Update to a 1.17.3 Crossplatform Server
With the new 1.17.3 Bedrock update many servers will be left with players that cant join. Luckily Geyser has very quickly created a version for 1.17.3 that works for bedrock clients although the server is on Java 1.17.1 You can update your geyser to 1.17.3 to allow bedrock players to join the latest Minecraft update.