cPanel is a web dashboard that allows you to manage your website, email account, and other online services. cPanel is therefore commonly used to manage websites and web servers.

What you can use cPanel for:

  1. Website management: You can create, edit, and manage websites using cPanel. For example, you can install website programs, create databases, and manage files.
  2. Email management: cPanel provides tools to create and manage email accounts for your domain. You can set email controls and filters.
  3. Database management: You can create and manage databases such as MySQL databases using cPanel. This is useful, for example, for meeting database requirements for web applications.
  4. File management: You can upload files, create backups and manage file permissions using cPanel's file management tool.
  5. Server Settings: cPanel provides access to server settings such as PHP configuration and Apache web server settings.
  6. Web Server Management: cPanel can also be used to manage a virtual server (VPS) or dedicated server, including resource monitoring and update management.
  7. Security: You can manage security settings such as SSL certificate installation and IP filtering via cPanel.
  8. Analytics: cPanel often contains website visitor statistics and other analytics tools.


cPanel deployment

Once you have paid for your hosting plan, you can log in to cPanel.

Go to

Log in to cPanel with your credentials.


Once you have logged in to cPanel, you can manage your website, databases, email accounts and other web service settings using cPanel.


Please contact us if you need further help or assistance with cPanel.




Sections of the guide:

  1. Information and registration
  2. Choosing and ordering web hosting
  3. cPanel overview and deployment
  4. Change language and Create email
  5. WordPress Deployment
  6. Creating a website and online store


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