“People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect,
but actually, from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint,
it’s more like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff.”
Over the last few versions, we’ve noticed that the time that it takes to install cPanel & WHM on a new server has increased. We want to make sure that using cPanel & WHM saves you as much time as possible, and so the Code Monkeys development team is working to drastically reduce our install time for our version 11.52 release.
We need to hear from you!
To do this, though, we need your help! We want to know more about how you install cPanel & WHM, and how you’d like that process to change:
- How do you install cPanel & WHM? Do you use provisioning, or perform a fresh installation (sh latest) every time?
- If you don’t use provisioning, would you want to?
- If you do use provisioning, what provisioning system do you prefer?
- Would you use a “Quick Installation” process that installed a bare-bones system, without many of our optional features?
If you’re like me, you spend a good portion of your work day sorting through emails from some of your most trusted colleagues — Oprah, Dr. Oz, Rachel Ray, and maybe more. You might also find yourself learning about the latest ways to lose weight, better tips for refinancing your home or even claiming a surprise inheritance from foreign royalty.
Over the next weeks, we will be making a few EasyApache releases that are going to give you new features, as well as making some changes that we wanted you to be aware of. One of the new features has been a long time coming. We’ve been hard at work on EasyApache 4 and MultiPHP, and we appreciate your patience. Recently we’ve tackled some major bugs with the EA3 Apache and PHP stack, and we’re almost ready to release our new features!
Roundcube is the world’s leading open source webmail application. Creating a user-friendly email experience for over a decade, Roundcube has amassed millions of daily users across the globe — many of whom also happen to be dedicated cPanel customers.
As part of our work for how customers can brand cPanel, we developed the cPanel Style Guide, a comprehensive list of how to style plugins to look more integrated with the cPanel interface. While it is based on Bootstrap, there are some minor changes and additions we are happy to ship with, such as FontAwesome icons.
Everyone wants the newest things, and cPanel has heard you! For the past several months, cPanel’s Code Monkeys development team has been working hard to implement support for CentOS 7 in cPanel & WHM.
A reseller account is a special cPanel account that gives unique privileges to its users. Essentially, it’s a cPanel account that sells other cPanel accounts. This means that it gives website owners the ability to also serve as hosting providers using system resources that they’ve purchased from their hosting providers.
If you missed it, we debuted a new look for the cPanel brand at WHD.Global in Rust Germany. The new look is sleek, futuristic, and now personifies our focus on building the hosting platform of choice for the web hosting industry.
Small Business Spotlight | Pioneer Websites
The hosting world is filled with providers, large and small, all supplying people with a means to sell their goods, market their services, and tell their stories. However, we know that, behind the server, there’s an individual or a team that had the entrepreneurial spark to create a business. In the first of our new blog series, Small Business Spotlight, we focus on Paul Rivero, an entrepreneur who uses cPanel & WHM in his arsenal of offerings to live a life of doing good; for both his customers and for the world around him.
March was a pretty big month for cPanel. We traveled to Germany, revealed our new brand, and did a complete overhaul on our company site, cPanel.com. And while it should come as no surprise that, as a company, we get a lot accomplished, we do our best to live by the mantra: “Work hard. Play Hard.”