How to Login to cPanel

cPanel is a great tool for managing your websites, but only if you can actually access it! This tutorial discusses the multiple ways to login to cPanel: via AMP and via multiple direct login URLs. We’ll also cover common reasons why you may have trouble logging in. Access cPanel from within AMP Login to cPanel Read More >

Changing File Permissions in cPanel

In this tutorial, we will show you how to change file permissions in cPanel. Each file and directory (folder) in your account has permissions that control who can read, write, and execute that file. When files are created, default permissions are assigned. Most users won’t need to change permissions, but there are times when an Read More >

How to Disable ModSecurity in cPanel

ModSecurity is server software for Apache that comes bundled with cPanel. ModSecurity helps protect your site from brute force attacks and, by default, automatically runs on all new accounts. ModSecurity should usually remain on. In certain situations, such as a WordPress admin lockdown caused by brute force attacks, you may need to temporarily deactivate ModSecurity to Read More >

How to Install cPanel/WHM on CentOS 7

When setting up a new CentOS 7 server, you may find yourself looking for control panel software that will allow you to manage your websites and web applications in a graphical user interface. One of the most popular web hosting control panel solutions is cPanel/WHM. This software gives you a comprehensive control panel interface that Read More >

How to Add a BIMI Record in cPanel

Many email applications currently support Gravatar for showing images alongside sender email addresses. It’s been around for a long time, and it’s integrated with some some major websites and applications (e.g. WordPress), so this shouldn’t be too surprising. But there’s a new way to accomplish this without creating another online account. Below we’ll cover: What Read More >

How to Kill MySQL Processes in phpMyAdmin

There are many ways to monitor MySQL performance. Your hosting plan and access levels are the main determining factors in how you’re able to view MySQL processes. If you’re using a content management systems (CMS) (e.g. WordPress or Drupal), you may be able to monitor MySQL processes within its dashboard and 3rd party add-ons. Regardless Read More >