WHM provides you with a tool to list all accounts on your server. If you’ve watched some of the previous tutorials in this series, you’ve probably seen the tool already. 1) Locate the Account Information menu. 2) Click List Accounts. 3) Here is the Accounts List. Let’s view this in a full-sized window so it’s…

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  If you watched the previous tutorial, you should have seen the advanced account search tool in WHM. This tool is accessible on the List Accounts page as well as on its own page. 1) Start by navigating to Account Information. 2) Then, click Search Accounts. This search form is exactly the same as the…

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  You’ll probably need to suspend an account for some reason at some point in the future. Accounts can also be suspended automatically due to bandwidth overage. When a client’s account is suspended, all the websites associated with that account will display the default Suspended Page. 1) To modify this page, locate the Account Functions…

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Below we have provided links to articles that cover some of the WHM features. WHM: How to create a new cPanel Account WHM: View a list of the accounts WHM: How to search for accounts WHM: How to access cPanel Accounts WHM: List of all the accounts over their disk quotas WHM: Change an account’s…

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The Skeleton directory allows you to change the default files used when creating new accounts. For example, if you have a index.html file in the skeleton directly, when you create a new account, this file would get copied to the new account. Example uses: Custom Default Index Page Custom Directory Layout Default htaccess File Custom…

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This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to SiteAdmin Now let’s see how to install phpList using the Web Apps tool. 1) Click the Web Apps menu, then click Install & Manage Web Apps. From here, enter phpList into the search box. Click the sub-option that appears and then click the Install button on the right-hand side of the screen. 2) Select the domain…

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cPanel is a standardized platform by which you can manage a Linux server through a web interface via your browser, allowing you to make complicated changes with just a few clicks of a button, or to publish and maintain your website files and configuration. cPanel is available by default on all of our Linux shared…

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  This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to cPanel Now let’s learn how to change the primary langauge 1) Click the Change Language icon 2) Select the desired language, then click Change That’s it! The language has been changed Now when you navigate through cPanel, you’ll notice that the language used has been translated to the…

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  This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to cPanel Now let’s learn how to setup desktop shortcuts for cPanel 1) Click the Shortcuts icon 2) To create the shortcuts, simply click and drag these links to your desktop You can create shortcuts for accessing your cPanel control panel, and for direct access to your web mail…

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cPanel is where you’ll manage every aspect of your website including email accounts, addon domains, access web statistics, and more! For instructions on how to login, please click here. Still have a question? Or need help? See an error in this article or want to suggest a missing topic? Please leave us a comment below!…

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