You can use a tool (for example, WHOIS.com) to check which nameservers are authoritative to your domain.
You can also ask your web hosting provider for information about your DNS server.
To change this information, you must update the contact information at your domain's registrar.
The update process varies between different domain registrars. The following list includes links to instructions for a few prominent registrars:
For other registrars, search through their web site's help, knowledge base, or support sections for the terms "Update WHOIS".
If you purchased your license directly from cPanel, Inc., perform the following steps:
If you experience any issues with the transfer, open a support ticket .
Upload the image to your site and add an HTML
img tag to your website's HTML code. You can perform this action with the HTML Editor in cPanel's File Manager interface (Home >> Files >> File Manager).
To view your website before DNS propagates, enter
host.example.com/~username in your web browser, where
host.example.com is your hostname and
username is your cPanel account username.
After DNS propagates, you can navigate directly to your domain.
For more information about this feature, read our Apache mod_userdir Tweak documentation.
You can upload files to your site through cPanel's. Click File Manager, and then scroll down to the directory in which you wish to put the files.
You can also use your preferred FTP program to upload files. To do this, perform the following steps:
public_htmldirectory in the Directory text box.
There is no undelete option. You need to restore this folder from your backups. To restore your
public_html directory, use cPanel's Backups interface (Home >> Files >> Backups).
You can also contact your web hosting provider to ask them restore your backups.
If backup files do not exist, you cannot restore your information.
To restore a full backup file on a server, use WHM's Restore a Full Backup/cpmove file interface (Home >> Backup >> Restore a Full Backup/cpmove File).
Any of following directories must contain the files that you wish to restore:
/home, /home2, /home3, /root, /usr, /usr/home, /web
The logo in your browser's URL bar is called a Favorites Icon (favicon). Originally, bookmarks and browser URL bars used these icons.
For more information, search for a favicon tutorial on your preferred search engine.
When you delete a subdomain in cPanel, it removes the entries that take users to that subdomain, but not the actual files. If you wish to remove the files as well, delete the directory in cPanel's File Manager interface (Home >> Files >> File Manager).
Contact your web hosting provider to find out how to perform this action on your site.
You can transfer your website, databases, mail, and files to a cPanel & WHM server from one of the following control panels:
To transfer your website, databases, mail, and files, ask your new host, or someone on a cPanel & WHM server, use WHM'sinterface (Home >> Transfers >> Copy an Account from Another Server).
You can also open a support ticket to request that our migration team contact you.
System administrators can change cPanel usernames in WHM's Modify an Account interface (Home >> Account Functions >> Modify an Account).
To change the error message that a user receives, use cPanel's Error Pages interface (Home >> Advanced >> Error Pages). Choose the domain for which you wish to modify the error pages.
Select any of your error pages to make your changes.
/home/username/ directory contains your files.
For example, if your username is
john and you put a file in the
public_html folder that is called
index.php, the file is the