Add-on Domains

When you are looking to add an additional domain to your account you are going to want to see just what options you have available to you. Most of the time you can work just fine on an add-on domain but if you are looking to make an entirely segregated account where another person would need full access to the control panel you may want to...

 Creating A New Email Account

To create a new email account you will need to follow these steps: Login to the cPanel Go to the Email Accounts pagecPanel >> Mail >> Email Accounts Fill in the form at the top of the page to create a new account.If you want to create an email address for an add-on domain you will need to select that from the drop down menu next to the...

 FTP: Create New FTP Users

To setup a new ftp user you will need to follow these steps. Login to the cPanel. Navigate to the ftp users page.cPanel >> Files >> FTP Accounts On this page create a new user, STRONG password, and set the directory.The directory is the folder you want the user to have access to. If for example you only want that ftp user to...

 FTP: Setup Your FTP Client

When you are ready to connect via ftp to the server you will need the following information: User Password HostThis is either the domain name or the IP address of the server if the domain name has not propagated yet. With this information you will open your ftp client and set this information. If you are thinking that this will be...

 Generating a Full Backup

Taking a full backup within Cpanel is really easy and we always recommend clients take their own backups.  Whilst we promise best effort when it comes to our backups on shared and reseller servers we never guarantee backups with any shared hosting plan and clients buy hosting on that understanding.  Taking a backup direct from your Cpanel is...

 How To Login To The cPanel

Logging into the cPanel is the first step to almost everything that you will need to setup. This can be done one of two different ways. The easy way: Go to http://yourdomain.com/cpanel Type in your username and password that was supplied to you in the welcome email If you have changed the password since obviously use that instead...

 Where Can I Find My Email Configuration Settings?

This is probably one of the most popular questions posed to the help desk. "What are my email configuration settings?" To find your settings you will need to follow these steps: Login to the cPanel Locate the email accounts page by going to:cPanel >> Mail >> Email Accounts Locate the email account you would like to configure...