The first Premium Web Builder license is included on all hosting accounts at no charge.  You can install the Premium Web Builder onto your domain in your Account Management Panel (or AMP). You can also add additional builder licenses through AMP as well for $12 per year, per domain. For help logging into AMP, please read our article on accessing your Account Management Panel.

Before installing the builder be sure to check and see if the builder is right for you.

How do I install the Premium Web Builder?

  1. Login to AMP.
  2. Click on Install Popular Software
  3. Scroll down and click on Install Premium Web Builder
  4. Click on Request Website Builder
  5. Enter the domain you want the Premium Web Builder installed on and click Next
  6. If it is your first builder account, confirm the information and click Submit.  If it is an additional license, the cost of an additional license is $12 per domain, per year to install the Premium Web Builder.

Once you have installed the Premium Web Builder, you will see the builder confirmation.  From this page you can click on the Builder Login link to log into the Premium Website builder and begin creating your new website.


To access the Premium Website Builder in the future, you have two options. You can either log into the builder through AMP or log into the builder directly through the builder URL.

Logging into the builder directly:

  1. Begin by going to the builder URL in your browser:

  2. Your builder user name is the same as your cPanel user name and your builder password should be the same as your AMP password. If you have any trouble logging in, double check that you are using the cPanel user name (not the same as your AMP user name) and the correct password. You can also reset your builder password, if needed.

Logging into the builder through AMP:

  1. Begin by logging into AMP.
  2. Then, click on Premium Web Builder in your AMP home.


  3. You will be automatically logged into your builder account.

To access the list for the courses click here:  101: Building Your First Website.  The following course is Choose the type of Site You are Creating.

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2012-04-10 1:58 am
I never received an email with the login info
13,688 Points
2012-04-10 3:43 pm
Hello matts,

I'm sorry you didn't receive your login information for the Premium Website Builder. You can still log into the builder either through AMP or the builder URL.

Please let us know if you have any additional questions or need further assistance.


Christi N.
2012-07-19 1:22 am
I am having trouble logging into the premium website builder. I've tried using my cPanel username and password. I continue to get an error message.
16,266 Points
2012-07-19 3:47 pm
Hello iYdeal,

If you have gone through the process above and are getting an error logging in, it is possible the account did not link correctly to your hosting.

Our support team can have that done for you. To do so, you would need to contact our support department at (available 24/7) with that request. Be sure to validate your account with either the last 4 digits of the credit card on file, or the current Account Management Panel (AMP) password.

Best Regards,
Scott M
2012-10-30 3:41 pm
It seems this is a general problem. I cannot access my Builder Account. It looks like I need three sets of usernames and passwords. One for AMP, another set for cPanel and yet another set for Builder Login. Is this so? The guide says that Builder Login should open automatically after logging in at AMP login but ths does not happen and I still cannot do any testing or building of my website using the Builder tool. There is no clear explanation of how to overcome this problem, but in fact, why is it happening at all after having just purchased the service. I spent a lot of time thinking and testing if I did something wrong but I see from the thread above that other people have had the same problem. Please can somebody there help get this problem resolved and thereafter provide an amendment to the guide to help new users make sure this does happen.
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2014-05-23 11:45 am

Hi guys, just had a peek at the demo for the sirtebuilder.. VERY outdated Templates indeed.. and they charge $12 for each additionall Domain?? How can they possibly justify that with Templates from the late Eighties??

Thanks David   

2,342 Points
2014-05-23 3:45 pm
The builder is indeed quite dated. I highly recommend using an up to date CMS, such as WordPress, to build your website.

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