The cPanel, also know as the Control Panel, of your account is where you will be able to make changes to and customize your hosting account.  This includes but it not limited to:

  • Email - In your cPanel you can add new email accounts, check your email, modify your MX Records, change your email passwords, and much more.
  • Domains - You can configure new domains with your account, setup Parked Domains, and also create subdomains.
  • File Managment - In the cPanel you can create FTP accounts to access your files, and also use the File Manager to modify your files directly.

cPanel is very robust software. While there are quite a few tools available within cPanel, with navigation icons and a full help menu it is easy to use.  If you have not accessed your cPanel before, please read the next section in our getting started in cPanel series for information on logging into your account cPanel.

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2014-08-26 6:37 am

How do i find the url of the domain. As I have the access details of a panel but the url.As I have tried yourdomain.com/cpanel but the url doesnot open. Infact I have tried with the port number as well but the answer was same.

How can i find the exact url of the panel.

Will be waiting for your response.

 

Thanks

Ashish

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2014-08-26 9:18 am
Hello Ashish,

If you have tried your domain name with /cpanel at the end (ie: example.com/cpanel) then you may not have the domain name configured to our name servers as of yet. In that case, you can use the server name (ie: server##.webhostinghub.com/cpanel) This will allow you to log into your account. You can find your server name in the AMP.

Kindest Regards,
Scott M

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