Earlier this year, we implemented a blocker that requires you to upgrade your MySQL server to version 5.5 or later before you can upgrade your cPanel & WHM server to version 11.44.
Microsoft® discontinued support for FrontPage® Extensions on Linux servers in 2006. Because of this, cPanel strongly recommends that you do not install FrontPage, and that you uninstall it as soon as possible if it is currently on your server.
cPanel is excited to announce support for LiteSpeed Web Server. This integration is part of our ongoing effort to provide cPanel & WHM users with the web hosting options that they need to grow and succeed.
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.
The cPanel Team arrived in Miami Beach with high hopes for HostingCon 2014 and was not disappointed! The conference, which took place June 16-18, was filled with the web hosting industry’s movers and shakers. The energy was palpable in the Miami Beach Convention Center and, as an exhibitor, cPanel was right in the middle of the action.
cPanel at HostingCon 2014
Let’s take a moment to consider some great pairings throughout recent history:
- Batman & Robin
- Tina Fey & Amy Poehler
- Doc Brown & Marty McFly
- Lucy & Ethel
- Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid
- Calvin & Hobbes
- Bert & Ernie
The time has come to add another entry to that special list: EasyApache Frequently Asked Questions & Answers.
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Reaching a high level of stability can be difficult, sometimes unachievable, for many shared hosting companies. Sudden resource usage spikes, increases in traffic, and hacker attacks are some of the problems system administrators cope with everyday. For years, this has been accepted as a cost of doing business. It costs money, it costs time and, more importantly, it costs customer trust. Therefore, it is time to consider changing the underlying OS to eliminate those costs.
One of our goals is for cPanel & WHM to be a great experience for users worldwide. To achieve this goal we need to make some significant changes.
I realized, as I was reading some blog coverage of Paper Lantern, that we never really laid out the direction we’re heading in with our work. Sure, we’ve talked about how we’re cleaning up the interface and deeply adopting Twitter Bootstrap and all that stuff, but why? Where is this all going?
Last week, we launched a redesigned version of the cPanel Jobs site, which is the first stop for potential job seekers in learning about the company’s history and culture. While I could go on and on about the awesome creativity and functionality incorporated into the new design (which is mobile and tablet-responsive, BTW), I really want to stress how cool it is to work at cPanel.