Whether you will be hiting a developer or building your site yourself, it is always good to know the tools that are available for your site. Below is a list of access tools for developers. These tools will help get your site developed quickly and as comfortably as possible.

cPanel access
Starting off, we have the cPanel. This is a graphical user interface (GUI) that lets the developer manage and perform tasks involved in building and running the site.

cPanel Login capability separate from AMP
While account owners can access the cPanel via the Account Management Panel (AMP), we offer an alternative way to access the cPanel so that developers can do so without compromising the private information found in the AMP.

One click technical information access
Account owners can email the developer everything they need to be able to access and configure the site with our one click technical information email. This includes cPanel username, host server name, name server names, IPs, etc.

FTP Access
FTP (File transfer Protocol) access allows you to easily upload, download, and manage files by remote interface.

Softaculous Tool
The Softaculous tool is an installer application that helps install over 250 programs to your hosting account. This is much easier than installing them manually.

Email account creation
There are quite a few hosting providers who do not allow email on their servers, however we do! This means no worrying about keeping up with third party email addresses. You or your developer can set upprofessional email addresses using your domain name.

Email forwarder creation
In addition to creating email addresses, you can alsow set up email forwarders so that a single email address can send copies to as many recipients as you wish.

Spam management Tools
No body likes spam. That is why we have many different tools to help you. We have the ever popular Spam Assassin as well as User and Account level filtering for even more customized spam control.
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