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cPanel & WHM Browser Compatibility

Internet Explorer versions 6, 7, and 8 had a good run, as did older versions of Firefox, Chrome, and other browsers. Many of them contributed to the Web as we know it today. Continuing to test for, and develop against, older browsers slows development down. To help us deliver features to you faster we’re changing our browser support in cPanel & WHM. …

Where Is x4?

A few months ago, we were pleased to release the latest evolution of the cPanel User Interface: Paper Lantern. Among all of the excitement and outreach surrounding Paper Lantern during the last few months, one theme kept recurring, one question kept being asked: Where is x4? …

cPanel RPMs Q&A

What are RPMs? RPM stands for Red Hat Package Manager. This allows for the easier and quicker deployment of files. RPMs create a standard for installation of how different pieces of software are installed on a system. This software can be anything from wget to Perl or Python. Instead of building files from source, RPMs come prebuilt. RPMs also allow for easier updating of systems. Why is cPanel & WHM Switching to RPMs? For much …

2012-06-18 Update

Our last article brought you up to date on some aspects of our localization efforts. However the team working on integration with the translation service have not stood still. What have they accomplished since the last article? What are they currently working on? What do we intend in the future for localization in cPanel & WHM? …

Localization Update

You’re probably wondering what’s going on with Localization in cPanel & WHM. In cPanel & WHM 11.32 we introduced a new login system with enhanced localization capabilities. More on these capabilities later. One thing notable about the login system is every piece of text, every string, is localized. So why are these localized strings of such poor quality? The current state of quality is because all the strings (in the login system) are machine translated …