August 4, 2012

How can I change my cpanel username?

Shared c Once it is set, there are vital components using that name. Some of those settings are used by your web site, and are not […]
August 6, 2012

Cron Jobs

What is a Cron Job? A cron job is a Linux command for scheduling a command or script on your server to complete repetitive tasks automatically. […]
August 8, 2012

Cant I log into my cPanel WHM or webmail

Most networks have a firewall setup to block access to the ports required for cPanel, WHM, and webmail.
August 10, 2012

Password Protect One File

This is an advanced design tutorial. If you are a beginner, we recommend using the cPanel Password Protect Directory icon. That icon can only protect all […]
August 12, 2012

Path to an addon domain

The path is public_html/ and can be accessed via File Manager or FTP. Please remember to replace with the actual name. Any easy way to […]
August 14, 2012

Copying and Moving Files in File Manager

To copy or move files in File Manager: Log into cPanel. Under Files, click File Manager. In the popup, select Web Root and Show Hidden Files, […]
August 16, 2012

Removing Folders from the Home Directory

The folders below are listed in the cPanel home directory by default: /home/username/public_html /home/username/public_ftp /home/username/etc/ /home/username/mail/ /home/username/.cpanel /home/username/.sqmaildata /home/username/.cpanel3-skel /home/username/.trash /home/username/.sqmailattach /home/username/.fantasticodata /home/username/.htpasswds /home/username/.access-logs /home/username/.tmp
August 18, 2012

Create a cPanel account

Before you can create a new account, you must create a package in WHM. Once the package is created, click "Create an Account" under the Account […]
August 20, 2012

Manage DNS Zones

Understanding DNS Zones The function of your name servers is to locate the server and the correct DNS zone in order to get the following information: A […]
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