cPanel is among the leading website hosting Control Panel tools and it is used by millions of users globally. Its popularity is as a result of its convenience and intuitive interface, which will enable you to access plenty of functions with only a few clicks. You can upload, copy and move files, set up new databases and add users with different stages of access, create e-mail addresses, enable spam protection and SPF validation, view account usage statistics, and many more. cPanel is used by numerous reseller hosting providers, due to the fact that it comes with a reseller-level Control Panel named WebHost Manager (WHM). The latter is a powerful instrument that will help you create website hosting plans and to select all their features. You can also create and adjust client web hosting accounts, gain access to and edit a number of server-side settings and DNS zone records, install modules and applications, and many more. cPanel and WHM can be used with numerous billing apps.
cPanel with Unlimited Domains in Dedicated
You will be able to acquire cPanel with your new dedicated server
with only a few clicks when you register, or at a later time via your billing Control Panel. As it requires CentOS, you should choose this Operating System and as soon as your server is fully operational, you'll be able to set up an unlimited number of cPanel accounts for your sites. We will help you complete the simplified setup steps on your initial login to the WebHost Manager. cPanel is the best option to start a hosting business and to resell the hosting space on the dedicated server, as the WHM can be connected to the domain name
reseller account and the billing and support application that we offer absolutely free with each and every cPanel-equipped server. If any of your customers wants to use a script which has specific requirements for the software environment on the server, you'll be able to make the necessary modifications, because all cPanel-equipped servers include full root-level access and you'll have full control over your hosting server.