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  • How To Access cPanel - What You Need / Where To Find cPanel

    How do I access my account Control Panel (cPanel)? Whether you want to log in directly or access the cPanel once logged in to your account, this article will walk you through the process.

  • cPanel Email: Setting a Signature

    This article will provide instructions for setting up email signatures in cPanel webmail applications.

  • VPS & Dedicated Hosting: Creating New cPanel Accounts through WHM

    If you would like to have more than one cPanel in your account or to host more than one website and want to keep them separate, then this tutorial will help you to be able to do that.

  • cPanel Forms

    While there are many third-party form mail options available through popular builders and applications, you can always use cPanel's bult-in form mailer instead if preferred.

  • Resellers: Troubleshooting cPanel

    Your customers may see only a whitescreen in the cPanel when they attempt to log in. This article will explain how to fix it so that the cPanel displays.

  • cPanel Image Manager

    How do I view Thumbnails of images in a directory? How do I scale images? How do I convert an image to a jpg, gif, bmp, or png?

  • Access Awstats without logging into cPanel

    Allowing access to Awstats without requiring a cPanel login

  • cPanel Email: How to Mass Delete Emails

    There are a large number of emails or spam that need to be deleted from an email account.

  • MySQL Database Access Outside of cPanel

    How do I grant permissions to cPanel for my MySQL database administrator without giving them the domain password?

  • cPanel Applications

    For your convenience, %%BRAND%% offers several scripts for use on your web site. These tools allow you to setup common ready-made scripts.

  • VPS & Dedicated Hosting: Using Multiple cPanel Accounts to Set Custom Name Servers

    Custom Nameservers on VPS and Dedicated Hosting are required when you are using multiple cPanels. This article will explain how to set up name servers for multiple cPanel accounts.

  • How To Login To Control Panel - cPanel & Billing Panel

    This article explains how to access the control panel for your account. From here, you will be able to manage your website and billing preferences in either the cPanel or Billing panel.

  • Index Manager

    The Index Manager allows you to customize the way a directory will be viewed on the web. This article will explain how to access and configure the Index Manager from your cPanel account.

  • VPS & Dedicated Hosting: Troubleshooting Broken cPanel Themes

    cPanel themes will not work correctly on sub-cPanels that are created through the WHM. This article will explain how to change the theme to fix this.

  • VPS & Dedicated Hosting: Root WHM (rWHM)

    We offer a full WHM with root access for VPS and Dedicated Hosting owners. If you have issues, you can submit a support request to the cPanel customer service team through the support center.

  • VPS & Dedicated Hosting: Log Location

    There are two main locations where logs are kept on Dedicated and VPS servers. The /usr/local/cpanel/logs directory and the /var/log/ directory. This is a list of the logs common to each directory.

  • Resellers: Where to Log in to your Account

    Reseller plans allow you to manage clients from within your account. This article provides an explanation covering where a reseller (and their customers) will login to access their sites.

  • SSH Access

    SSH/Shell is not enabled by default in Legacy accounts. To enable SSH we will need you to verify your hosting purchase. This article will explain how to enable and use SSH within a Legacy account.

  • .htaccess Tutorial

    What is the .htaccess file and how can I make changes to it? In this tutorial, you will find out about the .htaccess file's purpose and how to update the file to improve your website's functionality.

  • How to Disable/Delete Themes and Plugins in WordPress

    This article explains how to deactivate, change or delete themes and plugins on a WordPress site without the dashboard.

  • Error Logs

    cPanel Error Logs are useful when debugging scripts and finding missing files or broken links you may not be aware of. This article explains where to find and how to use them logs for troubleshooting.

  • PHP Pear Packages

    This article will outline which PHP PEAR Packages are installed and how you can install additional PHP PEAR Packages.

  • Disk Space and Bandwidth Usage

    Reports can be invaluable in managing an effective website. This article will explain where to find the reports on disk space, file count, and bandwidth usage within your %%BRAND%% cPanel.

  • What Are SSH Connections - How To Edit In PuTTY, Mac, & Linux

    What is SSH and how do I setup secure connections.

  • FTP for Addon Domains and Subdomains

    How do I FTP to my addon domains and subdomains without interfering with my main account.

  • CodeGuard: Getting Started

    Once your website has been added to CodeGuard, you can manage and restore from backups. This article explains how to get started using CodeGuard to backup and restore your website / database data.

  • Virtual Private Server (VPS) Hosting Prices

    VPS solutions are built on powerful cloud technology, using our enhanced cPanel environment with full root access to CentOS. This article explains our VPS hosting packages, pricing, and features.

  • Password Reset

    You will use passwords for quite a few different tasks within your account. This article explains how to reset your passwords for various portals within your account.

  • How to Import or Export a MySQL Database using phpMyAdmin

    How do I export a database or import a backup of my database (.sql file) using phpMyAdmin? This article will explain how to export or import a database (.sql) file and how to troubleshoot common issues.

  • Changing WordPress Themes From the Database

    You can update your WordPress theme from either your WordPress Dashboard or your Control Panel. This article explains how to change a WordPress site's theme from within the Database once logged in.

  • Accessing WebDisk and WebDav

    Web disk (also known as WebDAV) is a drag-and-drop interface which allows you to access your website's files as if it were a local drive on your computer. This article will explain how you can use this feature.

  • PCI Compliance

    The purpose of this article is to address some of these things to inform that company and to let the account owner feel more at ease.

  • Dedicated Hosting Prices

    Our Dedicated platform is built on OpenStack, a scalable cloud OS. This is provided with our own installation of WHM, an enhanced cPanel, and a custom Domain Manager and Server Management tools.

  • WordPress: Manually Changing your Domain

    There are various methods available for changing your WordPress URL. This article will explain how to change your WordPress URL's from within your Control Panel without using WordPress Tools.

  • Email Account Management

    We offer cPanel email, Office, and GSuite. All of these options are easy to set up and manage. This article will explain how to Add, Delete and Manage your hosted email accounts.

  • VPS & Dedicated Hosting: Site Performance Essentials & Tips

    This article will explain how to prevent your server from freezing up or fix site performance problems on a VPS or Dedicated Server.

  • VPS & Dedicated Hosting: cPHulk Brute Force Protection

    This article will cover the use of cPHulk, a software designed to protect your server from brute force login attempts through blacklisting IP addresses after too many failed login attempts within a short period.

  • How to Create an FTP Account

    How to use use the FTP Account tool to create additional FTP Accounts. This is useful for granting FTP access to your account without giving anyone your cPanel password.

  • Resellers: Useful Links

    Useful links for accessing the reseller WHM, cPanel and Webmail

  • Resetting the Password for an Email Account

    Instructions for resetting your Email Account's Password through cPanel or Webmail

  • SSL/TLS Certificates for Addon Domains

    You are able to install an SSL certificate on any domain in your cPanel account, including addon domains. This article will describe how to install SSL Certificates to an Addon Domain.

  • How To Use SSH on Windows PuTTY - Generate Public/Private Key Pair & File

    How do I create a Public/Private Key Pair in cPanel for use via SSH?

  • Resellers: Automatic Account Creation using ClientExec

    This article explains how to automatically create accounts using ClientExec

  • How To Create An Email Forwarder Alias - What Is Email Forwarder Alias

    Email forwarders allow you to forward e-mail to a different e-mail address, or more than one person. This article explains how to use the Forwarders tool to automatically forward your email or to setup an alias.

  • FTP - Uploading the website

    How do I upload my web site using FTP?

  • How to Set Up Your goMobi Website

    goMobi is a service that makes your business easily available to mobile users with a fast and easy mobile website. This article will explain how to set up your goMobi Mobile website

  • Connecting Scripts to MySQL Databases

    In order for your MySQL database to work as intended, it will need a script calling or querying the database for the information it stores. This article will explain how to connect your scripts to your MySQL databases.

  • Joomla Troubleshooting

    You may run into errors when trying to install applications. This article will explain how to troubleshoot Joomla should you run into any issues with your installation.

  • Password Types

    This article explains the different password types for your account.

  • How To Migrate a WordPress Site - Import / Export WordPress Database

    How to manually migrate a WordPress site; from downloading current content to fixing permalinks and checking everything when finished, this guide will serve as a reference point.