cPanel Guide for beginner (cPanel Part-1)

cPanel

The cPanel is a very popular web-based control panel. A website has full control over the cPanel. The main tool of website development is the cPanel. cPanel is a software used to handle web hosting.

Through this Unix-based software, a Web server can be managed in the most simple and beautiful way. Without a direct text command, the C-panel works much easier. Various types of API based approvals can be set by which the hosting provider can determine the level of usage of various web server resources (hard disk space, bandwidth, domain number, sub-domain, mail account etc.).

Including Linux, Apache, PHP, MySQL, Perl, etc. associated with the kind of service the cPanel is a quite convenient Web software. Many types of add-ons are added to the cPanel, making it rich day by day.

The cPanel is usually of 3 types.

  • Root and Reseller Admin Panel
  • Reseller Domain Panel
  • Domain Owner Panel

Root and Reseller Admin Panel

The "Root and Reseller Admin Panel" is the server's admin C panel, which acts as the main source. There is a various number of sites in one host, all account details, server information, and server configuration, how many C-panels are there, all information stored in here. It is basically beyond the reach of ordinary people.

Reseller Domain Panel

Normal users buy hosting from them. Then they can share cPanels with common users. This C-panel has several additional options, which are not in the normal cPanel.

Domain Owner Panel

This is for common clients. If you purchase a hosting from a hosting company, you will get a C-panel. Especially when buying a shared hosting, the host provider provides an account and password to the client.

The C-panel has many tools, some of which contain a number of tools. Let's see the tools.

 

Files

  • File Manager
  • Image
  • Directory Privacy
  • Disk Usage
  • Web Disk
  • FTP Account
  • FTP Connections
  • Backup
  • File Restoration
  • Backup Wizard

Files

Databases

  • php MyAdmin
  • MySQL Databases
  • MySQL Databases Wizard
  • Remote MySQL

Database Section

Domains

  • Site Publisher
  • Addon Domains
  • Subdomains
  • Aliases
  • Redirects
  • Simple Zone Editor
  • Advance Zone Editor
  • Zone Editor

Domain Section

Email

  • Email Accounts
  • Forwarders
  • Email Routing
  • Auto Responders
  • Default Address
  • Mailing List
  • Track Delivery
  • Global Email Filters
  • Email Filters
  • Authentication
  • Address Importer
  • Apache Spam Assassin
  • Encryption
  • Calendars and Contacts
  • Email Disk Usage

Email Section

Restore Manager

  • Restore Files
  • Restore Database
  • Restore Cron jobs
  • Restore SSL Certificate
  • Restore Mail
  • Restore Mail Forwarders
  • Restore DNS Zone
  • Restore Domain Aliases
  • Restore Full Account
  • Backup Exclude

Restore Manager

Security

  • SSH Access
  • IP Blocker
  • SSL/TLS
  • Hotlink Protection
  • Leech Protection
  • SSL/TLS Wizard
  • Mod Security
  • SSL/TLS Status
  • Let’s Encrypt

Security Section

Advanced

  • Cron Jobs
  • Track DNS
  • Indexes
  • Error Pages
  • Apache Handlers
  • MIME Types
  • Virus Scanner

Advance Section

Preferences

  • Password & Security
  • Change Language
  • Change Style
  • Contact Information
  • User Manager

Preferences Section

Software

  • Cloudflare
  • PHP Pear Packages
  • Peri Modules
  • Site Software
  • Optimize Website
  • Multi PHP Manager
  • Multi PHP INI Editor
  • Softaculous Apps Installer
  • Select PHP Version

Software Section

Application

  • WordPress

Application Section

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In the next part, we will discuss each of the tools in the cPanel. To get the next part of cPanel, please stay with Tos Blog.