cPanel is a fully featured web-based control panel that enables you to manage your site through an easy-to-use web interface. Using cPanel, you can manage all aspects of your site, including e-mail, files, backups, FTP, CGI scripts, web site statistics, and much more.
Are you new to A2 Hosting or web hosting in general? Need help with cPanel? Start here with this collection that covers topics such as the cPanel home screen, changing the cPanel language, updating the cPanel style, and much more.
cPanel has many ways that you can manage your web site's files. This collection of articles covers topics such as creating backups, editing files, managing FTP accounts, and more.
cPanel offers lots of configurable features to support e-mail. This collection features articles that cover a wide swath of topics such as filtering spam, changing the time zone in webmail, the Remote MX Wizard, managing email disk usage, and much more.
You can use cPanel to manage your web site's databases, including MySQL and PostgreSQL databases. This collection of articles covers topics such as creating and removing databases and users, enabling remote access, and much more.
Learn how to use cPanel's domain features. This collection of articles covers topics such as managing your web site's domain, configuring subdomains, and more.
You can use cPanel to manage logging features on your web site. This collection of articles covers topics such as log programs, the error log, resource limit information, and much more.
Learn how to help secure your web site by using cPanel's security features. This collection of articles covers topics such as installing an SSL certificate, two-factor authentication, directory privacy, and more.
cPanel has a plethora of advanced features. This collection covers a wide swath of topics such as cron jobs, Apache handlers, and much more.
cPanel has many software packages that you can install on your web site. A2 Hosting has a wide variety of articles on these software packages, such as using the Python Selector, how to utilize the Optimize Website feature, creating a Node.JS application, and many more.
These articles show you how to easily install, configure, and manage WordPress sites with just a few clicks by using the WordPress Toolkit in cPanel.
This article describes how to grant limited access to your cPanel account to a third-party contact, such as a developer. Instead of sharing your cPanel username and password (and thereby granting complete access to your account), you can provide select access to just the account areas necessary for website maintenance.
This article describes how to use the Manage Team feature in cPanel. With this feature, you can create team users (subaccounts) that can log in and modify selected areas of your hosting account.