Shared and Business Hosting Management Portal

cPanel: Quickly log into your cPanel from this link. This can be very helpful if you’re unable to log in manually with what is provided in your welcome email Login to Webmail: Quickly log into your Webmail from this location. Just like Login to cPanel, this is great for quick logins or troubleshooting manual connection via Webmail URL Change Password: Provides ability to quickly change password to your cPanel Upgrade/Downgrade: The first option of upgrading provides the ability to upgrade to the higher tiered plan. For example, if you purchased basic hosting (hosts only 1 domain), and you would like…

Why Is A Subdomain Created For Every Add-on Domain?

list of WordPress installations. There would also be an Install Now button. After clicking that, you’d choose the addon domain and directory you want to install to. Just as you could for your main domain. You can find a list of your Addon Domains in your cPanel by going to Home > Domains > Addon Domains     For further information on how to Addon Domains within your cpanel, please review: Creating an Addon Domain   Helpful Related Articles How Many Domains Can I Host? Understanding Addon and Parked Domains A Beginners Guide to cPanel How to Access cPanel  …

Creating A Reseller Account

Create a New Account     Fill out the New Account form Once you reach the Reseller Settings on the form check the box called “Make the account a reseller” a. If you’d like the owner to be able to modify the account check the box “Make the account own itself”     Finish the form and click the Create button       Helpful Related Articles   How To Get Started With Your New CPanel Server How Do I Add Email Accounts In CPanel? How To Delete A CPanel From WHM Creating A CPanel Account CPanel And WHM Overview…

Shared and Business Hosting Quick Start Guide

So you’ve purchased hosting and you are wondering what are the first steps are. This guide will assist you on how to begin your journey by exploring cPanel and how to upload files for your website. Prior to setting up the host, if you do not already have a domain name registered, you can check availability and pricing here.   How do I Login To My cPanel Account?   Follow the link in your Welcome e-mail message to your cPanel login URL Enter your Login Credentials from your Welcome e-mail message at the cPanel login prompt Or Login to your…

How To Set or Change PHP Time-zone

This article is intended to provide guidance on how to set-up or change the PHP timezone for Linux based services here at Hostwinds; setting and/or editing through cPanel, WHM or commands within Linux.   How To Edit PHP Time-zone With Hostwinds Shared and/or Business Hosting Services   Step 1: Log into your cPanel account (How to log into cPanel)   Step 2: Select File Manager     Step 3: Select Settings and make sure Show Hidden Files is checked, then click save.     Step 4: Navigate to the folder public_html, and you should see a file called .htaccess within…

Advanced Zone Editor

Important: cPanel deprecated this interface in cPanel & WHM version 62. We strongly recommend that you use cPanel’s Zone Editor interface (Home >> Domains >> Zone Editor) DNS (Domain Name Service) is how the Internet that converts human-readable domain names (example.com) into computer-readable IP addresses (for example, 192.0.32.10). DNS uses zone files that reside on your server to map domain names to IP addresses. The DNS is also used to tell various services what should be done with your domain name. Such as what server to send mail to for that domain and where the website is actually located. There…

General Email FAQ

Here are our guides to assist you with the top 10 issues that people generally have in regards to setting up Email on cPanel.   How to create an email account in cPanel How to set MX records in cPanel How do I access my Webmail? How to view email accounts in cPanel What are the limits of email? How to setup SPF and DKIM records in cPanel How do I setup email for third party email clients (Outlook, Mac Mail)? How to setup email forwarding in cPanel How to transfer email accounts between cPanel servers How to Setup rDNS…

How to Add/Modify your A Record

…then select “save changes” when done.   How to add or edit an “A” record in cPanel   If you use cPanel, you can manage records by navigating to the “Domains” section and selecting “Zone Editor” You will be presented a screen displaying all domains within the cPanel service, along with the ability to “manage” records on the far right After selecting “manage”, a list of all the records associated to the selected domain will be displayed. You will be able to “Add Record” towards the top or “edit” a record under manage on the right: Also note, cPanel also…

How To Change Joomla Domain Name

like FileZilla to edit this file. How Do I Edit The Domain Through cPanel File Manager? You will want to start off by logging into your cPanel. Once logged into cPanel, you will want to find the File Manager icon. This will be in the Files section of cPanel. Then click on that icon to open up the File Manager. From the File Manager, you will navigate to the location where Joomla is installed. This will be somewhere inside the public_html folder. If you had installed Joomla using Softaculous, you can login to Softaculous and click on the All Installations…