You may have noticed that your cPanel is looking a little different due to an upgrade that has been put in place by our hardworking Systems team.  In our efforts to continually improve our products for you, these changes include some functional options that will help you to manage your website.  The following article lists these updates for you.

cPanel Updates - What has changed?

These updates are will not change the functional aspects of the application that are visible to you, but address compatibility, security and performance issues. The changes include updates to the following applications :

  • SquirrelMail
  • Roundcube
  • Horde
  • phpMyAdmin

Updated Testing and compatibility findings:

  • cPanel 11.34 Updates includes browser testing in the following operating systems:  Windows 7, Mac OSX 10.6-10.8, iPad iOs 5.x.
  • cPanel has been tested and is compatible with Google Chrome 20, Mozilla Firefox 12, Microsoft Internet Explorer 8-9.
  • cPanel has also been tested but found to have limited compatibility with Safari for iPad.


Resource Usage iconNew Tool for Managing Hosting Resource

One of the new tools available to help manage your website is the Monitor Resource Usage tool .  This tool is found in the LOGS section.  When you click on the icon, you can get a quick report on your website's resource usage over time.  You can start to predict your website CPU resource trends by regularly reviewing your graphs.  This will help you decide on how to design your site, update it, or possibly review the issue with our technical
support staff to determine how best to proceed.  For more complete information on how to use the tool, please
go to Monitor your CPU Resource Usage. Here's an example of one of the report:

Sample website resource usage graph on Web Hosting Hub


Updates will continue to be released in order provide a more secure, better performing and user friendly interface that will help you to manage your website.  Please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions: Web Hosting Hub Contact information.  If your require further information using the cPanel, please go to the cPanel Educational Channel.



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