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Friday, 21 July 2017 06:02

cPanel Web Hosting and Why You Should Use It

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cPanel is a very popular web-based control panel. It is a full-featured website development tool that helps in your website’s management using a graphical user interface (GUI). With the cPanel, you have complete control in managing your website.

With the cPanel, you now can manage the important aspects of file management, FTP, backups, email management to manage every possible mail-related tasks including spam filter and autoresponder, email account forwarders and mailing lists, domain and sub-domain control, error page management, password protection of web folders, MIME types, Apache handlers, CGI Scripts, statistical information, users management, Cron Jobs, Chatroom management, bulletin board, Shopping Cart, Leech Protection, HotLink Protection, SSL Manager, Network Tools, and MySQL database administration.

cPanel has now made website administration and development very easy tasks, even to the new entrants in the field of website development and hosting. Apart from being the web-based administrative control panel, cPanel helps in accessing vital features of overall website statistics with the web stats, FTP stats, AWStats, bandwidth usage, and visitor’s data.

cPanel also helps in creating and maintaining databases, uploading and downloading files; editing, creating, and deleting files; and many other important functionality. The ease at which the website can be managed through the cPanel is truly unbelievable and has made the website management extremely simple.

cPanel is used on Linux platforms that include Fedora, Mandriva, SUSE, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, as well as FreeBSD. The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol version of cPanel is accessed on ports 2082 and 2083.