cPanel Analytics features collect data about how users use cPanel & WHM's interfaces and how hosting providers configure servers.
cPanel Analytics features collect data about interface use and server configuration. The data that we gather may change in the future.
To improve our ability to support our customers and provide the best possible experience, we sometimes remove features from cPanel & WHM. When possible, we attempt to provide advance notice of any deprecations or removals.
A list of common terms, web hosting terms, and terms in cPanel & WHM.
This document describes how to cancel a cPanel license in the cPanel Store.
This article provides instructions on how to use Manage2's Update Company Information interface to disable the cPanel Store as an SSL certificate provider.
Use the steps in this tutorial to troubleshoot and fix license file errors.
This document will help you to identify your hosting provider.
cPanel & WHM servers require a paid license from cPanel, L.L.C. in order to function.
This document describes how to renew a canceled or expired cPanel license in the cPanel Store.
This document outlines the process for signing up for a 15-day trial license for the cPanel & WHM product.
This document explains the factors that determine the locale that you see when you log in to cPanel, WHM, or Webmail.
This document explains virtual hosts and how cPanel & WHM handles them.
We created the Interface Lock System to block user changes to various features during cPanel & WHM upgrades.
We include keyboard shortcuts in the WHM interface to allow for quicker navigation.
The interface that appears for new and updated cPanel accounts.
This document explains the concept of overselling. Overselling means that the system limits resellers via the resources that their cPanel accounts actually use instead of the resources that you allocate to them.
This document explains the cPanel & WHM version system and release process.
This document explains how service subdomains use the cPanel Service SSL certificate.
This document explains a Subaccount user's experience when you request that they set their initial password.