Definition of Databases Icons

The Database section in cPanel allows you to administer every aspect of your MySQL database. Using this interface you can do things such as create new databases, add users to existing databases, and manage database tables to name a few. It is suggested to create all new databases through cPanel before working with them directly.…

Definition of Preferences

The Preferences section in cPanel allows you to customize your cPanel experience by allowing you to modify settings such as the language and the cPanel theme that is used.     In this article we will briefly go over each option that is available in this section.     You can change your account password…

Definition of Advanced Icons

The Advanced section in cPanel allows users to setup and manage more advanced functionality for their website(s).     This article will go over a brief explanation of the icons that can be found in the Advanced section of cPanel.     This interface will allow you to create custom crons to help automate certain…

Definition of Metrics Icons

The Metrics section, previously known as the Logs section, is where you can find comprehensive information regarding the status/traffic of websites associated with your cPanel account. You can also find error related information here as well, along with other metrics that you may find useful.     In this article we will briefly review each…

Definition of Files Icons

The Files section in cPanel houses a collection of options that all deal with your website’s files.     This article will briefly review the options that are available in the cPanel Files section.     A web based File Manager.     This interface will allow you to manage images that are saved on…

How to Reset FTP Account Passwords

How to Reset FTP Account Passwords in cPanel? Using FTP to upload files to your website or to download them from your website is very common. In some instances you may need to reset your FTP password, perhaps you have forgotten it or perhaps you’d just like to change it. Whatever the case may be…

My Server is Not Working Correctly – What Should I Do?

If you find that your server instance is not working as expected, there are a few things that you can do to troubleshoot the cause. The steps required to troubleshoot this will vary depending on what OS you have installed and the issue that you’re experiencing with the server. This article will cover the required…

How to Repair a Database

If a database crashes, or otherwise becomes unresponsive, you may need to repair it to restore functionality back to your site. This article will explain how to repair a MySQL database from within cPanel. Please note that you’ll need to be logged into cPanel before proceeding any further. If you’re not certain how to do…

What are My Operating System Options?

When it comes to our Web Shared, Business, Reseller, and White Label reseller hosting packages, the only option we provide is Linux web hosting environments on a LAMP stack framework (Linux server, Apache webserver or equivalent, MySQL or equivalent, and PHP development). Our Web Shared, Reseller, and White Label reseller web hosting are all on…

Definition of WHM Functions

Web Host Manager, or WHM is a fantastic interface that houses a collection of tools to manage your server and any websites that are hosted on your server. In this article we will briefly cover the functions that are available through WHM.  Each item can be searched in WHM’s search bar in the top left…