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cPanel is the web hosting control panel

  • Create a New Domain Alias

    Domain aliases make your website available from another domain name. For example, you can make www.example.net and www.example.org show content from www.example.com. How to get there My Services: clic...

  • Webmail - Accessing Email box with Browser

    Webmail (cPanel >> Home >> Email >> Email Accounts) Overview Webmail allows you to access your email accounts through any browser. You may wish to use this feature if you need to check your email but ...

  • Setup Email Accounts in cPanel

    How to set up an email box or email forwards to an external email account. Login to your hosting account: click on services click on the active button scroll down the page until you see click on Email...

  • How to Use cPanel - Resources

    https://cpanel.com/resources/ https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CKB/cPanel+Knowledge+Base Errors on This Page?...

  • WordPress Secure Browser Setting

    If you get a web page not secure warning in your browser for your WordPress site, you may need to change the settings in your WordPress admin panel  from http:// -> https://   for both WordPress Addre...

  • Reset WordPress permalinks in the database

    Using custom WordPress permalinks can improve search engine optimization(SEO) and make your website's URL more attractive for searches. WordPress permalinks are the permanent URLs for your posts and p...

  • cPanel Index and Redirect Settings (WordPress)

    How to change index or redirect when WordPress gives a 404 error: or Cannot access wp-admin, all pages give 404 error You will need to edit/create .htaccess file in the public_html folder (if you do n...

  • How to Find 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...

  • cPanel IP Address

    How to find your cPanel IP address. Same as your website server address. Login into cPanel or  on cPanel home page look for Server Information (right-hand side of screen) click on Server Information  ...

  • Find WordPress Database Name

    To find which database name your instance of WordPress is using in cPanel: EASY METHOD: Open Softaculous select installations use edit details icon copy and save database name in your notes file (yes,...