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How to Access cPanel Web Disk

You can use the cPanel's login details to access your Web Disk. It supports various operating...

How to Add "A Record" in cPanel

The "A record" is a DNS record used for pointing a domain or a subdomain to an IP address. You...

How to Add a CNAME Record in cPanel

CNAME records are referred to as alias records since they map an alias to its canonical name. You...

How to Add an MX Record in cPanel

A mail exchanger record (MX record) is a record in the Domain Name System that specifies a mail...

How to Change cPanel's Style/Theme

Switching over to another cPanel theme with a different style is easy.1. Log in to your cPanel...

How to Change the Language of Your cPanel Account

cPanel supports many languages. If you want to change your cPanel language to a native one, you...

How to Change the PHP Version on Your Domain in cPanel

Some software requires a different version of PHP. You can switch the PHP versions using cPanel....

How to Check the Disk Usage and the Bandwidth Usage of Directories

If you are getting a disk space usage warning from cPanel and don't know which directory is using...

How to Create a Cronjob in cPanel

1. Log in to your cPanel account. 2. In the Advanced section, click on Cron Jobs. 3. Under Add...

How to Create a New Folder or Files in the cPanel File Manager

cPanel File Manager is handy for managing your website files.   1. Log in to your cPanel...

How to Create an Additional Web Disk Account in cPanel

You can use the cPanel's login details to access your Web Disk. You can also create an additional...

How to Edit (Dot)htaccess File in the cPanel File Manager

1. Log in to your cPanel account. 2. In the Files section, click on File Manager.  3. Navigate...

How to Edit a File in the cPanel File Manager

You can use cPanel's inbuilt file manager to edit files on your website.   1. Log in to your...

How to Edit or Delete a Cronjob in cPanel

How to Edit a Cronjob?1. Log in to your cPanel account.2. In the Advanced section, click on Cron...

How to Edit or Remove a Record in cPanel

You can edit or remove a Record in cPanel using the cPanel's DNS Zone Editor. It allows you to...

How to Edit or Remove an MX Record in cPanel

You can edit or remove an MX Record in cPanel using the cPanel's DNS Zone Editor. It allows you...

How to Edit or Remove а CNAME Record in cPanel

You can edit or remove а CNAME Record from cPanel using the cPanel's DNS Zone Editor. It allows...

How to Reset cPanel's Account Password

If you have access to your cPanel account, follow these steps to reset your password: 1. Log in...

How to Reset the PHP Version to the Default Version in cPanel

If you want to reset the PHP version to the default version, follow these instructions:1. Log in...

How to Set the PHP Version per Directory in cPanel

Do you want to use different PHP versions per directory? You can do this using cPanel and the dot...

How to Set the PHP Version per Domain in cPanel

Do you have multiple domains and want to set the PHP version per domain? You can set PHP 7.0 on...

How to Update a Cronjob Email Address in cPanel

You can enable cronjob notifications or update a cronjob's email address in cPanel. 1. Log in to...

How to Update the cPanel's Contact Information or Receive a Notification on Reaching the Resource Limit

If you want to receive a notification on reaching your disk quota, bandwidth usage limit or wish...

How to Upload Files via the cPanel File Manager

You can use cPanel's inbuilt file manager instead of an FTP program. 1. Log in to your cPanel...

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