This article walks you through changing your cPanel password if you are already logged into cPanel. If you are having trouble remembering your cPanel password or need to change the password without logging into cPanel, please see our article on resetting your cPanel password through AMP (Account Management Panel).

Once you have logged into your cPanel, you can change your cPanel password in the Preferences section:

password

To see it in action, please watch the flash tutorial linked to the left.

In the previous tutorial in our getting started with cPanel series we showed you how to use the video tutorials within cpanel. In the next  tutorial series we will discuss Fantastico Deluxe.

Did you find this article helpful?

We value your feedback!

Why was this article not helpful? (Check all that apply)
The article is too difficult or too technical to follow.
There is a step or detail missing from the instructions.
The information is incorrect or out-of-date.
It does not resolve the question/problem I have.
How did you find this article?
Please tell us how we can improve this article:
Email Address
Name

new! - Enter your name and email address above and we will post your feedback in the comments on this page!

Did you find this article helpful?

Comments

n/a Points
2014-06-08 1:32 pm

This will only work if you already have a cpanel password. If you've not been given a password, you'll forever have to login to cpanel through AMP. This is annoying and adds extra steps.

Staff
9,258 Points
2014-06-09 11:29 am
Hello Alain,

Thank you for contacting us. Your cPanel password is created when you login to AMP for the first time, and can be changed at anytime using AMP; here is a guide.

You can change the password in cPanel, as long as you know the original password. If it is not working, please contact Live Support, so they can investigate the issue.

If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.
Thank you,

-John-Paul

Post a Comment

Name:
Email Address:
Phone Number:
Comment:
Submit

Please note: Your name and comment will be displayed, but we will not show your email address.

Related Questions

Here are a few questions related to this article that our customers have asked:
Ooops! It looks like there are no questions about this page.
Would you like to ask a question about this page? If so, click the button below!

Help Center Search

Current Customers

Email: support@WebHostingHub.com Ticket: Submit a Support Ticket
Call: 877-595-4HUB (4482)
757-416-6627 (Intl.)
Chat: Click To Chat Now

Ask the Community

Get help with your questions from our community of like-minded hosting users and Web Hosting Hub Staff.

Not a Customer?

Get web hosting from a company that is here to help.