Our company has a web site that was written and hosted by an ISP. The ISP is no longer doing this type of support and we need to move the domains and code etc. The web site is written in php with a MySQL database. There is a link from the web site to our e-mail addresses on gmail.
We have a new domain and the code and data have been ported over to the new ISP - but the configuration seems to be wrong. We need to have a working version of the web site that supports both our domain names and includes the link to our e-mail.
1) Create a working web site from the existing code, config files, and data base on the dedicated IP address that we have so that it can be tested by our company prior to changing the DNS
2) Once testing is done, make sure that the change of the DNS is smooth for both domain names that we have (.com and .us)
3) Our mail is hosted on gmail and there is a link from the web site to our mail
4) Ensure that the admin capabilities currently on the site are still active
php, Linux, MySQL, Gmail