cPanel Definitions of the Stats Panel

all the files and folders on the account. This would include your E-Mail storage. Total number of email accounts on the cPanel account Total number of email filters on the cPanel account. This includes both Global Filters, and individual email filters. Total Amount of email forwarders on the cPanel account. Total number of FTP accounts that are created on the cPanel account The current CPU Usage of the cPanel account Current Input / Output (I/O) Usage on the cPanel account. This is for reading and writing files. Current Input / Output Operations per second. The amount of entry processes or…

My cPanel/WHM License Has Expired

our technical support to look into the matter on your behalf.   If you choose to purchase your own license, you may do so at our store here. Once you have the license details we can install it on your server by either opening a ticket or talking with a rep through live chat on our site who will help assist with getting it over to technical support for you.   Helpful Related Articles cPanel/WHM License Why Do I Have To Pay For cPanel On My Server? cPanel and WHM Overview How To Get Started With Your New cPanel Server…

How to Get Started with your New cPanel Server

This is the area where you can create cPanel accounts for any domain you currently own. Enter your domain, the username and password you’d like to use, and enable whatever settings you’d like on this page, the defaults are fine in most all instances. None are required other than the domain name you are adding, so if you’re not sure, it’s best to leave the rest of the settings alone. Once you’ve set everything to your specifications, scroll to the bottom and click Create. Congratulations! You’ve created the cPanel account for your domain. To log into the cPanel account you…

How to Setup Email Client Access In cPanel

The email client setup lets you easily setup email client access in cPanel. You can automatically configure and connect email accounts from cPanel directly to your desired email application, for example, Outlook or Mail for Mac. To do this, head to Email > Email Accounts within your cPanel.     How Do I Setup Email Client Access In cPanel? To setup the email client access you’ll need to first have an existing email account created. If you have not done this yet you can review our doc for setting up new email accounts in cPanel.   Step One: Make sure…

WHM vs cPanel

What’s the difference between WHM and cPanel?   cPanel is used to manage your sites and domains, while Web Host Manager (WHM) is used to manage multiple hosting accounts/multiple cPanels. For example, setting limits on the amount of memory allocated to each account or limiting the number of domains each account can have. WHM is often used by web designers and developers to offer their clients hosting packages.   Note : Shared hosting plans do not come with WHM. All cloud and dedicated servers have the ability to access WHM with a cPanel license.   Can’t I Just Add Client…

How To Password Protect Folders In cPanel

There may come a time when you have a directory that you want only certain people to access. This can be done through a variety of ways, such as through the .htaccess file. Or other methods depending on your control panel. This guide will be describing how this can be done through your cPanel interface.   Where To Find The Option In cPanel’s File Manager   The easiest way to locate the option to password protect your files or folders, is within cPanel’s File Manager. Log into your cPanel. After you are logged in, navigate to the File Manager icon…

How To Choose cPanel Theme (Style)

simply a way for you to pick what your dashboard looks like. cPanel’s current default theme is called Basic. If you’re interested in using the older version of the theme, you can switch back to Retro.   cPanel Theme/Style Selection To change your theme either scroll down to the Preferences section or simply use the drop down at the top of the page (where your username is) as shown here:     Next, select Change Style     Related Articles cPanel and WHM Overview A Beginners Guide to cPanel Creating a cPanel Account How do I Fix My cPanel Theme?…

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…

How To Access cPanel

cPanel is a fully featured web based control panel that provides you with tools to manage your website(s).   How Do I Access My cPanel Account? There are a few ways that you can access your cPanel account, the first of which is adding /cpanel to the end of your domain name in a web browser. For example, if your domain name was tutorials.hostwinds.com you’d navigate to tutorials.hostwinds.com/cpanel.   Shared/Business Hosting If for some reason the aforementioned method does not work, such as if your domain name has not yet been set up or propagated and you’re on a shared…