cPanel User Guide

For cPanel version 11.40

This documentation describes the features of the cPanel interface.

  • Accessing cPanel — A short document about the first time you log into cPanel.

  • The cPanel Home Screen — This document describes the features of the cPanel home screen, which provides access to all of your cPanel functions.

  • Preferences — The information contained within describes the features locate in the Preferences section of the cPanel interface. These features include a setup wizard and general cPanel settings.

  • Mail — Here, you can find information about the features in the Mail section of the cPanel interface. This includes adding and managing email addresses, filters, spam blocking features, and more.

  • Files — Here, you can find information regarding features in the Files section of the cPanel interface. This includes our backup system, file managers, FTP accounts and more.

  • Logs — The information here describes features contained in the Logs section of the cPanel interface. These features include error logs, information about bandwidth usage, and access to high powered statistical analysis software.

  • Security — Here, you can find information about the features contained within the Security section of the cPanel interface. Some of these features include shell access, leech protection, hot link protection, and more.

  • Domains — The features here are those contained within the Domains section of the cPanel interface. These features allow you to add and manage subdomains, addon domains, parked domains, and redirects.

  • Databases — The information here describes features in the Databases section of the cPanel interface. These features allow you add and manage MySQL and/or PostGreSQL databases.

  • Software/Services — Here, you can find information about the features contained within the Software/Services section of the cpanel interface. These features allow you to install Perl packages, PHP packages, view your PHP configuration, and more.

  • Advanced — The information here pertains to the features located in the Advanced section of the cPanel interface. These features allow you to add Apache handlers, create custom error pages, add and manage cron jobs, and more.

Topic revision: r21 - 25 Jan 2013 - 16:12:28 - Main.StacyWyatt