Viewing FTP Connections

How Can I View Current FTP Connections In cPanel? You can view all FTP connections at any given time in your cPanel by checking the FTP Connections interface. Refer to the following steps to access the FTP Connections interface located under the FTP section in cPanel.   You will need to be logged into cPanel before continuing. Please review How to Access cPanel if not familiar as to how.   FTP Connections List Step 1: Locate “FTP Connections”, under the Files section, and select     Step 2: From the FTP Connections interface, you can view active FTP connections to…

Definition of Software/Services Icons

manage, upgrade, and remove any cPanel addons (called cPAddons) you would like on your cPanel service. These are software packages that can help with development of your website, such as running blogs, bulletin boards, ecommerce software, guestbooks, or any other software available.   Optimize Website The Optimize Website service helps increase the speed of your website by compressing any content you specify for your visitors so that it can be in a smaller, compressed format to be sent faster to your users. The mod_deflate Apache module must be enabled, so be sure to check if you are having any issues…

How Can I Make Another Domain Redirect to My Primary Domain?

In cPanel, you’re able to set up any necessary redirects through a simple submission form. Head to your cPanel account, Home > Domains section and locate Redirects.   If you are not familiar with how to locate or log in to your cPanel, please review: How To Access cPanel     Follow these instructions to complete the form and properly setup a domain redirect to your primary domain (please review image below for guidance):   Step 1: Select Permanent (301) Step 2: Select the domain you want redirected from the **All Public Domains** dropdown   If you wish to only…

Explanation of FTP Protocol

cPanel can generate a script to automatically configure these three to work quickly.   What information is used within a FTP when attempting to connect to my cPanel?   Typically any FTP service will ask for 3 things to use in order to connect; hostname, username and password. Hostname would be the IP you are trying to connect to, in this case the IP of your cPanel service. Username and password would be the exact same username and password used for the cPanel account. Normally the “port” input field can be left blank, however, if required, port 21 should work….

Viewing Email Accounts

Viewing email accounts for your domain in cPanel is done in the Email Accounts section. How Do I View Email Accounts in cPanel? cPanel allows you to view the email accounts that are currently set up in the system by performing the following steps: Go to the Email section on the cPanel home page Select the Email Account icon   On the screen that follows, scroll down to the Email Accounts section. Here you’ll see all email accounts that are associated with your cPanel account     Related Articles   What is the Hostwinds Enterprise Email Service? Hostwinds Email limits…

Shared Hosting Overview

…to your product of choice. Do note, that you’ll need to purchase a cPanel license if upgrading to a Cloud or Dedicated server. A cPanel license costs $13 for Cloud instances and $35 for Dedicated Servers.   What If I Don’t Want cPanel? You can choose to use an alternative control panel or use our LAMP stack application template on a Cloud instance. If you want all the features and options you have with cPanel, however, we suggest sticking with the control panel you are familiar with. Note: cPanel is not included with our VPS tiers, and requires the purchase…

How do I Change My Main Domain Name?

your new cPanel Main Domain in the text field After editing your main domain and click the Change Domain button.     Your primary domain is now changed and all associated primary files within your cPanel service, that existed for your old domain, will display for the new domain name now.   We strongly suggest taking a backup prior to any changes. For further information on how to take a backup within your cPanel, please review: How Do I Do Full Backups In cPanel   Helpful Related Articles How to Setup a Subdomain Using cPanel A Beginners Guide to cPanel

What Version Of PHP Do You Run?

the default, Paper Lantern, it’s found on the right by clicking Server Information.     After clicking on Server Information, you will be presented a screen like below. This will include the current versions running within your current cPanel, including the PHP version.     You are unable to change the cPanel version currently being ran on the server itself, however, you can manage the php version your website uses by navigating to MultiPHP Manager.   Helpful Related Articles A Beginners Guide to cPanel How To Set or Change PHP Time-zone Definition of cPanel File Manager Restore Database Using PHPMyAdmin…

How To Install WHMCS Manually As A White Label Reseller

…paste the copied key on your WHMCS installation page, in the License Key field.   Database Connection Details You will need to create a database, and a database user, this is fairly simple to complete using cPanel’s MySQL Databases feature.     Login to your cPanel account, and navigate to MYSQL Databases. You can easily find this by searching in the search field the word sql.   Both your MySQL username and MySQL database name will be prefixed with your cPanel username. Simply name them both with whatever you wish and it is entirely up to you. THese can be…