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cPanel is the web hosting control panel

  • cPanel public_html

    cPanel uses the public_html folder as a default. To make your site visible, please try uploading your files the the public_html folder....

  • Reseller1 Account FAQ

    Reseller1 Account FAQ - Please choose the domain name carefully. Once the reseller account is setup with the domain name you choose, you CANNOT CHANGE DOMAIN NAME without deleting the entire reseller1...

  • Add Email Account - Mail Server Information

    How to add an email account and locate mail server information...

  • Backup - JetBackup

    cPanel Documentation: https://docs.jetbackup.com/manual/cpanel/ * this service is only included in higher-end plans...

  • Google is indexing domain.com/addondomain.com – how to avoid?

    If you search for your addon domain in Google, at times it may show as: http://yourmaindomain.com/youraddondomain.com To avoid this, create a redirect so that access attempts to the specific directory...

  • Addon Domains – Pros and Cons

    What is an Addon Domain? An Addon Domain is the ability to create additional domain names/websites within the one cPanel account (package). You can also create email addresses, forwarders, databases a...

  • How to Find or Reset Ftp Login Credentials

    If you need to login to your web server using an FTP client, you first need your login credentials. The information is sent to you when you first sign up via email. If you have lost this information o...

  • Temporary URL

    generic format: http://ipaddress/~cpanelusername/ duplicator url: (used for un-zipping wordpress site to new host) http://ipaddress/~cpanelusername/installer.php example: view folders in browser http:...

  • Create an Account with no items

    To help us relocate, migrate, or any other process to get your account to our new platform, it will be necessary to create an account. The simplest procedure is to just register for an account with NO...

  • SSL/TLS Certificate Installation - Subdomain

    How to add an SSL to a subdomain. ex: blog.hostica.net 1. log into cpanel 2. go to Security - SSL/TLS 3. Complete all 4 parts in order top to bottom: 4. go back to Security - SSL/TLS Status: 5. click ...