Your Account Management Panel (AMP) is used to register domains, order SLL certificates, and more. All hosting accounts include your own AMP, however you have to register first to use it.

  1. To access the AMP login page, visit and click the Login button:
  2. If this is your first time signing in, click on "click here":
  3. On the next screen fill in the requested information and click "Submit":
  4. Within a few minutes you will receive an email with a link for resetting your password. Once you set your password and click submit, you will see a "login" link you can click on which will take you to the login screen where you can log in with your email and password.
  5. That is it! Once you have logged in you will be in AMP:

Congratulations, now you know how to login to AMP!
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2013-09-13 5:09 am
This is a good site Desigen.
2013-12-04 4:08 am
Step 4 above was wrong. The email I received did not have a link where it said click here.
1,639 Points
2013-12-04 9:32 am
I apologize if you did not receive it. Per the previous question that you submitted, I have re-sent the email to you. Be sure that your mail client is also not removing it as some do.
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2014-05-17 8:13 am

Your login never works!!!!!!!  We ALWAYS have to change our password because you can never get in, EVER!!! I always have to ask the client to reset the password.  This is just the worst web hosting provider.  I've had yahoo hosting over 10 years and have NEVER had a problem signing in.   

8,912 Points
2014-05-19 9:17 am
Hello Kelly,

Thank you for your comment, I understand your frustration. The only reported issue at this time is related to the Chrome browser auto-filling one of the login fields, and causing a login failure. There is a fix being released tomorrow night related to this issue.

We are happy to help troubleshoot your login issue, but will need some additional information.

What type of browser are you using?

Does it always work after resetting the password? If so, this could be caused by an incorrect password in the first attempt.

Also, since it seems you are their developer, you should be able to accomplish most task from cPanel. This would allow you to avoid AMP completely, since it is mostly for billing related tasks.

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

n/a Points
2014-05-20 3:26 am

constant frustration:  using chrome, it simply won't log in, despite many resets/ I need to do this urgently as the domain is about to expire!


using  Crome OSX Version 34.0.1847.137



tried it on Safari & it worked fine the first time.  Suggest some time spent on getting Crome playing nicely, or put a bold WARNING  message on the login page to avoid the frustration factor I & others have experienced.....

1,639 Points
2014-05-20 8:51 am
There is an issue in which if you had passwords previously saved in the browser, and are accessing via Chrome, Chrome will attempt to fill in your password into a hidden field which causes this error. To resolve it, simply delete any previously saved passwords for this page and clear your browser cache.
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2014-07-14 8:15 am
It just did not answer the problem of why I am having a problem logging into MY site
8,912 Points
2014-07-14 11:23 am
Hello Teresa,

This guide just explains how to login to AMP, also known as the Account Management Panel. AMP is mostly for dealing with Billing related issues, or password resets

How you login to your website will depend how it was specifically designed, for example using Wordpress, Concrete5, Custom-coding, or Joomla.

If you can tell us how your website was designed, or provide a link to the site, we can help determine the best way to regain access.

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


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