cPanel is the control panel for your web hosting account. It gives you a graphical interface to help you perform tasks that would otherwise be a lot more complicated. Essentially, it makes your hosting account user-friendly.
But, it still takes a bit of guidance to get around and you may need instructions on how to accomplish tasks. cPanel has provided over 60 video Tutorial on YouTube. Click here to view them. This link will open in a new tab or window.
Full cPanel documentation is available on the cPanel site, so if you don’t find what you are looking for on YouTube or the Videos I have provided below, take a look at the official cPanel Documentation. This is a great guide and you should be able to find anything you need here. If you need us to give you some assistance just get in touch. This link will open in a new tab or window.
For a brief Overview of cPanel’s features click here. This link will open in a new tab or window.
NOTE: Depending on your hosting account, you may not have all of the features that you see in the tutorials. If there is something that you need to do, but it is not available please contact us.
Here are a few videos, if you can’t find your topic here, please check out the videos and cPanel documentation listed above.
- How to login to cPanel
Log in to your cPanel to get started
- Introduction to the cPanel Interface
Get familiar with the cPanel home page
- How to create an email account in cPanel
Create an email account to use with IMAP. POP3 or Webmail
- How to setup email forwarding in cPanel
Automatically forward email to another email address
- How to setup email filters in cPanel
- How to enable spam protection in cPanel
Cut down on spam with Spam Assassin
- How to setup an autoresponder in cPanel
Send an automatic response when you are away from the office
Domain Name Tutorials
Other cPanel Tutorials
- How to update your contact information in cPanel
- How to create custom error pages in cPanel
- How to setup hotlink protection in cPanel
- How to use the IP Blocker in cPanel
- How to password protect a directory in cPanel