CPANEL WEB CONTROL PANEL

cPanel, our website control panel interface, is designed for website owners. It simplifies tasks such as:

  • Uploading and managing web pages;
  • Creating email accounts;
  • Installing web-based applications like blogs, shopping carts, and forums;
  • Backing up data;
  • Protecting a site’s content and bandwidth from abuse;
  • Generating and viewing statistics about visitors; and
  • Reviewing error logs to locate broken links and other problems.


Managing a website with cPanel

The most important part of a website owner’s job is creating, uploading, and editing web pages. In cPanel, a site owner has several options for managing content. He or she can:

  • Easily upload and manage web pages in cPanel’s File Manager.
  • Use cPanel’s Web Disk feature to drag and drop files into the customer’s account.
  • Use traditional file transfer methods (including FTP, SFTP, and FTPS).
  • Create additional FTP accounts for employees.

 

Site owners can install commonly used web-based applications, such as WordPress blogs, osCommerce stores, and phpBB forums, simply by answering a few quick questions in the cPanel interface.

 

install_app.gifSite owners can install commonly used web-based applications, such as WordPress blogs, osCommerce stores, and phpBB forums, simply by answering a few quick questions in the cPanel interface.


backup.gifBacking up data is simple with cPanel’s Backup Wizard. Our software comes equipped with an interface to help site owners manage and acquire backups for their entire account.


security.gifVirus protection makes it easy to scan files for viruses. Site owners can even prevent other websites from inappropriately using their bandwidth, password-protect areas of a site, and set up cPanel to automatically ban a user who shares a password to a restricted area of the website.


stats.gifMany SEOs prefer cPanel because of the amount of information it provides about web traffic. Web statistics can be generated by three different statistics generators. In addition, logs of errors encountered by website visitors, bandwidth tracking, and even raw FTP access logs are available via the cPanel interface.

developers.gifProfessional web developers love cPanel, too. They can quickly view a server's PHP configuration, install Ruby Gems, customize error pages and how content is served.