Changing cPanel Main Domain

was successful by logging into your cPanel account and checking the Primary Domain associated to the account in the General Information box on the top right side of the page.   Should you require any assistance or have any questions about changing your primary domain name for your hosting, please contact us via a Technical Support Ticket, or contact any of our LiveChat or Phone (1-888-404-1279) Agents, and they will be more than happy to assist you.   Helpful Related Articles A Beginners Guide to cPanel How to Change a cPanel Password How To Access cPanel Hostwinds Client Area Overview…

Definition of Security Icons In CPanel

can prevent users from giving out their passwords to a restricted area of your website.     SSL/TLS Wizard: allows you to easily purchase and install SSL certificates for domains on your account. It also lists purchased certificates that an SSL certificate provider has yet to deliver.     SSL/TLS Status: allows you to view, upgrade, or renew your Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates. You can also view useful information about each domain’s SSL certificate.   Helpful Related Articles How To Access cPanel A Beginners Guide To cPanel Definition Of Email Icons In cPanel Definition Of Domain Icons In cPanel

Setting Your Update Preferences for cPanel/WHM

How Do I Change WHM and cPanel Update Settings? If you want to change the way updates are handled for WHM, you can do so under Server Configuration. You can also choose how cPanel is updated when WHM is updated. Whether you want automatic updates or prefer to do them manually, here’s how to change your update preferences…   Change WHM/cPanel Update Settings   Log in as root user on WHM Go to Home > Server Configuration > Update Preferences   Choose the Release Tier and the frequency in which updates are performed (Automatic, Manual or Never) under Daily Updates…

Setting Up cPanel/WHM Packages

managing multiple cPanel accounts easier.   Log in to WHM Go to Packages You can find this section by searching for the word “package” in the search bar Go to Add a Package     Name your package Define the resource allocation for the account     Choose the settings you want for this package Click the add button     Resources – If these are left at zero, they’ll have unlimited resources of that type.   Helpful Related Articles cPanel And WHM Overview cPanel Minimum Requirements How To Get Started With Your New cPanel Server Creating A cPanel Account…

cPanel Visitor Analytics and Metrics

complex statistics of people who have visited your website Metrics Editor – Lets you pick the statistics program, analog, Awstats or Webalizer that you’ll view when looking at stats.   Where can You Find Statistics in cPanel? With the Basic template, you can find high level stats in the cPanel dashboard on the right hand side vertical column called statistics. The main stats shown are, Autoresponders, Bandwidth, Disk Usage, Email Accounts, Email Filters, Forwarders, Mailing Lists, MySQL Databases and Subdomains. For more granular statistics you’ll need to click into one of the main programs in the Metrics section of cPanel….

How to Manually Migrate Accounts from Another Non cPanel Environment

How do I move my non-cPanel site to cPanel?   Follow the steps below to move your non-cPanel site to cPanel. If you’re on a Cloud or Dedicated server and you have access to editing DNS, follow the DNS steps through the How to transfer/migrate a server with no downtime of any kind (or database lag) guide.   Backup everything on your site(s)/server, found in your control/admin area (exactly where or how will vary depending on your host and the control area used) Download all files and directories, maintaining the exact same structure Backup all databases associated with your site…

cPanel Visitors Metrics

cPanel offers many ways to track the various metrics you can measure your site by. One useful metric to check is the Visitors tracker, which logs the IP address of every visitor to your websites, all the files and pages they viewed and the time the access was attempted. You will also see the links that directed them to a page or file.   How Can I Track My Site Visitors? The Visitors tracker is located under the Metrics section on your cPanel home page.   If you click on the Visitors option, you will be directed to the Visitors…

Domain MX Records (cPanel)

…email delivered to you Gmail account by first connecting your domain with Google Apps then use the steps referenced above to add the following MX records in cPanel.   ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM 1 ALT1.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM 5 ALT2.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM 5 ALT3.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM 10 ALT4.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM 10   Adding all five ensures that if one goes down or there’s maintenance, your email will still continue to be delivered.   It can take up to 48 hours for these changes to take effect. What Is DNS Propagation?   Helpful Related Articles cPanel Zone Editor A General Overview Of DNS How To Access cPanel A Beginners Guide To cPanel  …

How To Change Your Webmail Password In cPanel

After you create your email within cPanel, there may come a time where you may want to change your password to your email account for a variety of reasons. The following steps will outline how to change your webmail(s) password if needed.   Step 1: Log into your cPanel service (If not familiar how, please review our article How To Access cPanel) Step 2: Locate your Email section and cPanel and select Email Accounts     Step 3: Select the Email Accounts tab. Select Password and Authentication to the right of the email now you wish to change.    …

cPanel Virus Scan

How to Use the Virus Scanner in cPanel This article describes how to use the virus scanner in cPanel to scan your account files for viruses, trojan horses, and other types of malware. You can scan e-mail files, files in public web and FTP directories, or your entire account. By default, the cPanel virus scanner is not installed on Cloud and Dedicated servers. If you have one of these account types and would like this feature installed, please open a support ticket and we will install it for you.   What the Virus Scanner Looks for The virus scanner in…