You may want to connect to your Web Disk through software that includes the WebDAV functionality, such as Transmit™ or BitKinex.
This document describes how to install the KernelCare software via the command line.
WordPress®, a web-based content management system, allows users to easily create a website or blog. This document describes how to install WordPress on your cPanel account.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to purchase a license for KernelCare from WHM's Security Advisor interface.
This document describes advanced procedures for how to install and manage the LiteSpeed Web Server on your cPanel & WHM server.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to buy a license for Imunify360 from WHM's Security Advisor interface.
This document describes how to install WHMCS on your cPanel account.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to buy a license and install CloudLinux from WHM's MultiPHP Manager interface.
In order for third-party customers to create their own RPM repositories, they must create digest files and GnuPG (GPG) signatures as well as the necessary RPM files.
This document describes the steps to uninstall LiteSpeed Web Server from cPanel & WHM.
If Munin fails to update, this document provides the steps to resolve the issue.
This document explains how to install Nginx on a server that runs cPanel & WHM and EasyApache 4.
There are several PHP binaries from which you may choose.
This plugin allows the AutoSSL feature to retrieve certificates from the Let's Encrypt™ provider.
cPanel & WHM ships with a large collection of third-party software that performs a wide variety of functions.
We have established an End of Life (EOL) policy for both third-party software and Operating Systems (OS).