cPanel is a Linux based web hosting control panel that provides a graphical interface and automation tools designed to simplify the process of hosting a web site. cPanel utilizes a 3 tier structure that provides capabilities for administrators, resellers, and end-user website owners to control the various aspects of website and server administration through a standard web browser.In addition to the GUI, cPanel also has command line and API-based access that allows third party software vendors, web hosting organizations, and developers to automate standard system administration processes.cPanel is designed to function either as a dedicated server or virtual private server.
Posts about Cpanel
  • Using IP Deny Manager To Reduce Fake Visitors and Improve Site Security

    … resources, and I want to avoid blocking real people, I generally avoid blocking a USA address unless it’s wildly out of control or hitting known dangerous-to-me URLs. 3. Log Into Your cPanel and Use “IP Deny Manager” To Block These IP Addresses Now we’re going to log into our hosting’s cPanel and use the IP Deny Manager (located in the “security” grouping…

    Kim Castleberry/ Just Ask Kim- 18 readers -
  • How to view disk usage information in cPanel

    … Did you know that – from within cPanel – you can view which folders of your webhosting account are chewing up precious disk space (and ultimately backup space)? Here’s how, using cPanel’s Disk Space Usage tool! cPanel’s Disk Space Usage page enables you to see how much disk space your account’s folders and databases are occupying. You can view…

    Kim Castleberry/ Just Ask Kimin How To's- 18 readers -
  • How to point domain from Namecheap to Hostgator

    … How to point domain from Namecheap to Hostgator January 9, 2015 by Mainak Halder Leave a Comment When I first started blogging, I bought my domain on NameCheap and hosting on Hostgator. It was all new to me then, and I didn’t even know that I had to point the domain to the hosting. I learned it all the hard way with much research and own…

    Mainak Halder/ PastMasterBloggerin Twitter How To's- 60 readers -
  • Affordable Resources for Creating Your Website

    … as little as $4 per month, you will save $100 over the course of three years, making it a great deal or simple sites. This free plan includes Cpanel access, unlimited storage, bandwidth, sub-domains, email accounts, FTP accounts, and a $100 free Google Adwords credit (for new Google AdWords accounts only). Website Design IM Creator Additional Services…

    Kristi Hines/ Kikolani Blog Marketingin Paid Search Blogging- 8 readers -
  • 15 Quick and Easy Productivity Super-Hacks for Busy Bloggers

    … email. If it’s a question-email, I flag it using Gmail’s red exclamation flag to answer at a set day in the week. All my email is filtered to one Gmail address, so I don’t have to keep checking countless inboxes (and avoid those cPanel logins too!) Last but not the least, if you write a lot of email templates, stick to the 5-sentence rule. Why 5…

    @ProBloggerin Social EMail Facebook- 5 readers -
  • What They Don’t Tell You About Dedicated Servers

    … In this post I hope to pass on a couple of important things I’ve learned in the past six years of having a dedicated server that you should consider before making that leap. First, let me tell you why I switched to a dedicated server over six years ago. Back in July 2006, I had several sites and blogs with a shared hosting plan that cost $29…

    Brian Hawkins/ Hot Blog Tips- 2 readers -
  • SEO Recovery Review – Cheap Lies

    … of different CMSs that is shorter than the cPanel default one-click install one? 5) Buying Aged Domains the Right Way They use #facepalm Follow my tutorial here: on how to get domains that Google can’t simply see on a public auction. “Textifier” – $87 Waste of Money Upsell Within…

    Charles Floate/ God of SEOin SEO Google Facebook YouTube- 42 readers -
  • Review: SiteGround Hosting Services

    …, and SiteGround´s cPanel is one of the most user friendly I´ve seen so far. Need a fresh install of WordPress? No problem, just use the “WordPress Autoinstaller” and you are good to go. Or, you can also use their sitebuilder wizard and you are good to go. Not quite convinced, watch the video below. Also, if for some reason you don´t like WordPress…

    Home Based Business Resources- 13 readers -
  • How to Install WordPress Manually on Plesk Parallels

    … Last week, I was working on a website designing project for one of my clients and it was the first time I was working on Plesk. I had installed WordPress on cPanel several times but never worked on Plesk. That was the first time I got the opportunity to work on Plesk and learned how to install WordPress manually on Plesk Parallels. So, today…

    Mainak Halder/ PastMasterBloggerin Blogging How To's- 16 readers -
  • 5 Ways You Can Speed Up Your Website

    … .htaccess file, which must load and be “read” before any content is delivered to your users. To find any bad requests or errors that may be slowing down your site, access Webmaster Tools, then look for the Crawl Errors report. This will provide a list of any errors on your site, including soft (temporary) 404s and missing pages. From here, you can…

    Noemi Tasarra Twigg/ The Blog Herald- 12 readers -
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