The Best Web Hosting Control Panel That's Available Today
cPanel is the ultimate web-based interface that provides you with access to your hosting account from any web browser. Using simple, easy to understand tools and wizards, you can easily set up and manage any Web hosting account and website
Not just for developers, even non-professional and less technical people can easily manage websites, and hosting account
With cPanel you will have access to stats, disk usage, space, bandwidth usage, add or remove email accounts, edit MX Records, FTP accounts, Install different software, PHP mySql scripts, have access to your emails via online "Secure Web Mail"
With more advanced functions, such as MIME types, cron jobs, OpenPGP keys, Apache handlers, addon domains and sub domains, password protected directories
cPanel is an easy to use interface also for web maintenance. Even a user completely new to web hosting can easily manage their own hosting account
•Easy to use
•Supports all languages
•Adapts the screen size automatically to use on any device
•Built in file manager to manage all files
•phpMyAdmin tool to manage the databases easily
•Online web based email clients
•Automatic upgrades of Apache, MySQL, PHP and other applications
cPanel File Manager gives you many options to quickly manage your files. This feature allows you to upload, create, remove, delete and edit files without the need for FTP or other third party applications
The "Images" interface allows you to modify and manage images. Including Thumb nailer to create thumbnails from images in a directory and store them in a thumbnails subdirectory. Scaler to resize individual images
Use the Web Disk feature to access to your Website's files on multiple types of devices, such as your computer or mobile device
The FTP Connections interface is for viewing current connections to your site via FTP. Terminate any seen FTP connections to prevent unauthorized or unwanted file access
Use the Anonymous FTP interface to allow users to connect to your FTP directory without a password
Warning: We strongly recommend that you do not enable Anonymous FTP. This can allow malicious software uploads, which can harm your website or create Website Backdoors
The Backup Wizard Interface allows you to back up all or part of your website, or to restore it from the most recent backup file
You can Restore a file or directory from a direct path through your cPanel account's home directory
The MySQL Databases Interface can manage large amounts of information on your websites. Many web-based applications (for example, bulletin boards, Content Management Systems, and online retail shops) require database access
The Remote MySQL Interface is to configure databases that users can access remotely. Use this feature if you want to allow applications (for example, bulletin boards, shopping carts, or guestbooks) on other servers to access your databases.
To create your first database and user, we recommend that you use the PostgreSQL Database Wizard Interface (for example, bulletin boards, content management systems, and online retail shops) require database access
To simultaneously create a database and the account that will access it, use the PostgreSQL Database Wizard Interface. Many web based applications require database access
phpPgAdmin is a third-party tool that you can use to manipulate PostgreSQL databases. For example, you can use phpPgAdmin to add or delete records in a PostgreSQL database. For more information about how to use phpPgAdmin, visit the phpPgAdmin website
Use the Domain Interface to list, create and manage all domains from a single cPanel account. Also Redirect visitors from the insecure version to a secure version by checking box "Enable Force HTTPS Redirect"
The Site Publisher allows you to quickly create simple websites from a variety of templates. You can use this feature like a "Welcome Page", to ensure that visitors can find your contact information while you design a more elaborate website
Subdomains are subsections of your website that can exist as a new website without a new domain name. Use this interface to create memorable URLs for different content areas of your site. For example, you can create a subdomain for your blog that visitors can access through "blog.domain.com" instead of "www.example.com/blog"
Use the Aliases to create domain aliases. Domain Aliases allow you to point additional domain names to your account's existing domains. This allows users to reach your website if they enter the pointed domain alias in their browsers
Use the Redirects Interface to make a specific web page or even a domain to redirect to another web page and display its contents. This allows users to access a page with a long URL through a page with a shorter, more memorable URL
The Forwarders interface allows you to forward any incoming email from one address to another. For example, if your cPanel account owns both email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, you could forward email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org and eliminate the need to check both accounts.
Use the Email Routing feature to route a domain's incoming mail to a specific server.
The Auto responders interface is used to send automated emails to anyone who sends mail to a specific email account. You may wish to use this feature if, for example, you are on vacation, are unavailable, or have a generic message that you wish to send from a support email address.
Use the Track Delivery to review email delivery attempts. You can also use this feature to trace an email's delivery route. For example, use this feature if you need to locate problems with email delivery
The Global Email Filters are used to create email filters for all of your cPanel email accounts
Use the Authentication feature to secure your mail server more secure and view information about outgoing messages. You can use this feature to verify whether an email was sent from a trusted sender
The Address Importer can be used to import files in order to create multiple email addresses or forwarders simultaneously
Use Apache SpamAssassin to configure the SpamAssassin, an email filter that identifies spam.
Use the Archive Interface to save incoming, outgoing, or mailing list emails for a specified amount of time.
This Feature allows you create, store, and manage GnuPG keys. These keys use the public key approach for encryption. Programs that use GnuPG keys encrypt outbound messages with a public key. Only the intended recipient, who possesses the private key, can decrypt the message
To manage Greylisting for each domain on your account. Greylisting defends email users against spam. When you enable this feature the mail server will temporarily reject any email from a sender that the Server does not recognize
Use the Email Disk Usage to view all of your mailboxes and quickly remove old emails or large messages
Raw Access lists visitors to your website without graphs, charts, or other graphics. Download a zipped version of your server's access log to quickly access your site's visitors.
Use the Analog Stats Feature to view Analog Stats metrics. Analog Stats is a metrics program that produces a simple summary of visitors to your site.
The Webalizer FTP views Webalizer metrics for FTP. Webalizer produces a variety of charts and graphs about visitors that used the FTP protocol to access your site.
Use the Metrics Editor Interface to select the metrics programs that you want to run on each domain
Use the Leech Protection interface to set a maximum number of logins that can occur within a two-hour time limit. This feature can help you manage users who wish to publicly post their passwords to a restricted area of your site.
Security Policy Feature Configure the security questions that cPanel displays when you attempt to log in to your account from an unrecognized IP address
Two-Factor Authentication Configure an improved security measure that requires two forms of identification to log in. If you disable this feature, you must also remove any existing 2FA user configurations
Use the SSL/TLS Wizard to easily purchase and install SSL certificates for domains on your account. It also lists purchased certificates that an SSL certificate provider has not delivered
MultiPHP Manager to easily manage the PHP configuration of your accounts. In this interface, you can manage the PHP version or pool option of any virtual host
Indexes Interface allows you to customize the way in which directories display when a visitor attempts to access them. Typically, visitors will see an Apache index page for that directory. Or configure to disable the index display for a directory
Use the Error Pages Interface to configure messages in order to inform visitors that the web page cannot be found. For example, a visitor who enters a nonexistent URL will see a 404 error message and a site map to help them find the proper URL
Use the Apache Handlers interface to control how the Apache web server manages certain file types and extensions for your site. You can manually add the handler and extension to configure Apache to handle a new file type with an existing handler
MIME Types are how cPanel relays information to the browser about how to handle specific file extensions. For example, on most servers, the text/html MIME type equates to the .htm, .html, and .shtml extensions, which causes the browser to interpret those files as HTML files.
Use the Password and Security interface to change your cPanel account's password, and to manage your External Authentication accounts. To ensure your account's security, make certain you create a strong password
To Change your cPanel interface's language, perform the following steps: Select the language that you wish to use from the Select a language menu
Use the Change Style Interface to select the style in which the cPanel interface displays
Use this Interface to store contact information for your cPanel account and to set your contact preferences
The User Manager allows you to add, manage, and delete your users and sub-accounts. This interface allows you to link service accounts to sub accounts, and to manage each sub-account's access to email, FTP, and Web Disk
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