If you have subscribed a Linux operating system based dedicated server or virtual private server hosting with cPanel, this is the guide for on-boarding with cPanel control panel system.
WHM uses 2087 port, you can access to WHM via browser by visiting the following URL below. You will receive a service welcome email that consist server root login credential which use to access WHM or SSH to the VPS/IDS.
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: Create cPanel account
- On the left side menu press "Account Functions"
- Select "Create a New Account"
- Enter all needed data and click "Create"
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How to create cPanel account on your WHM
cPanel uses 2083 port, so to connect to cPanel on your internet browser enter following URL below.
Login details are the same as your entered while creating cPanel account.
Option A : Upload Content through FTP and File Manager.
Click the "File Manager" icon from the main page. If prompted, select "web root" as your desired location, because this is where you need to place files to make them available online.
Option B : Install an Wordpress through pre-build application installer like Wordpress-Toolkit
Users can install WordPress through the WordPress Toolkit interface (cPanel >> Tools >> Domains >> WordPress Toolkit).
- In main of cPanel control panel select "MySQL® Databases"
- To create a new database enter the desired database name under "Create New Database" and select "Create Database"
- To create a new database user enter the new database user login name, password under "Add New User" and select "Create user"
- To assign the database user specific data base under "Add User To Database" select which user for which database you want to add and click "Add".
To create an email account:
- Press on "Email Accounts" in cPanel
- Enter email name, password, specify the quotas and press "Create Account".
How to Backup your Website with cPanel using Backup Wizard
Step 8: Pointing your domain to your Server
We provide FREE DNS zone that you can add domain name via Billing Client Area Portal and manage domain DNS zone records ( For example, A, MX, CNAME and TXT record. ). Click this >>> link <<< to learn about the guide.
Step 9: Activating free SSL for your domain
Securing your website with free basic SSL ( AutoSSL ) from cPanel > Files > SSL/TLS Status.