When we first started, there was cPanel. cPanel allows you to control your hosting account. This includes:

This is a screenshot of what your cPanel looks like:


What cPanel does not allow you to do is more basic account functions. This is where your Account Management Comes into play. Your AMP (Account Management Panel) allows you to:

This is a screenshot of what your AMP looks like:


Another great thing about AMP is that it includes Quick Links, which help guide you in the right direction for many tasks. For example, if you use Quicklinks within your AMP, it will eventually take you to the "Create Email Addresses" page within cPanel.

To find more details on both cPanel and AMP, please see the following links:

cPanel AMP
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2014-11-07 9:00 pm

Niec and easy to understanr, like everything else I have seen so far here.

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i have opened my domain since 11th Oct but have not been able to post  on it. This is due to the fact that i do not have my wordpress password/username. Kindy help me with it.

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Hello raheemah,

Thank you for contacting us. The username and password are created when you installed WordPress.

If we installed WordPress for you, the username and password should be included in your welcome email.

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