Addon Domains allow you to host a multiple unique websites under one cPanel account. This is done by creating a subdomain of the primary account and associating the new domain name with the newly created subdomain. So for example, if your primary domain is ‘mydomain.com’ and you create the Addon Domain ‘newdomain.com’ the following URLs ..
Select the FTP Accounts icon in the Files Panel. Enter the information for the new FTP account. Log In: Name to be used to Log into the FTP client. NOTE: This does not need to be a name, although names help to show who is using an FTP account. Domain: Use the drop down menu to select the ..
Select the Subdomains icon. Enter the information for your new subdomain. Subdomain: Enter the prefix for your new subdomain Domain: Select the correct domain from the drop down menu. If you only have one domain it will show by default. Document Root: This will be automatically filled in with your new subdomain name, you can change this ..
A domain alias is useful when you want your customers to be able to find your site from multiple domains that are different than the one your site is hosted on as primary. For example yoursite.com can also be viewed at yoursite.net and yoursite.store using domain aliases. IMPORTANT: Domains must be registered with a valid registrar ..
Click the MySQL Database Wizard icon. Enter a name for the new database, then click Next Step. Enter a username and create and confirm a strong password, then click Create User. Click the All Privileges check box, then click Next Step. IMPORTANT: The database name, username and password will all be needed for scripts that need to connect to the..
Click the Change Style icon. NOTE: Changing your control panel style does not change any functionality, only the way it looks. Click the Apply button on the style to which you would like ..
Click the Change Language icon. Click the Select a Language drop down menu. Select the new desired language from the drop down menu. Click Chang..
Locate and select the Password & Security icon in the Preferences Panel. NOTE: You can also access this through the drop down User Preferences Menu in the top right corner of the page. First enter your old (current password), then enter and confirm a new password in the appropriate fields. Click Change your pas..
NOTE:Setting a custom MX entry is useful if you want your email handled by another server, or if you want to setup a backup email server. Locate and select the DNS Zone Editor icon in the Domains Panel. Click the + MX Record button. Enter a priority number for the new MX record. NOTE: The ..
Locate the Email Account icon in the Email Panel, and click the icon. Locate the email account you want to view and select the Access Webmail link next to the account. Select the Webmail Application you want to use to view and manage email. OPTIONAL: Select an application for your default Webmail application and you ..