How to use cPanel?

cPanel is a control panel that lets you easily manage your website. 


After login to and go to My Service in My Information Click on the domain and login to cPanel.

you will see the following screen.

TheFile menu includes File manager and File Explorer. You can see the file configuration and information. You can create FTP accounts, configure them, check disk usage, back up data, and set up backups.



The Database menu allows you to manage your data or create a database.


The Domain menu can easily decorate your site or set up subdomains. 


The Email menu has functions related to email. such as setting up your account and using forwarding to check your email usage.


The metric menu can be used to check visitors, log errors or bandwidth.


The Security menu can set SSL/TLS and can block specific IP.


The Software menus are installers that help you install web applications and optimize your website. 


In the advanced menu, you can perform recurring cron jobs, DNS tracking, error page management.


By default, you can change the language, change the theme of the cPanel, modify contact information, or set a user administrator password.


Web applications can be installed with a variety of open source applications, including content management and e-commerce, wikis.


For more information about web applications please refer to the link below. 

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