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CloudFest 2022

Join us as we celebrate our first in-person event of the year!  Cloudfest 2022 kicks off with a welcome event on Monday, March 21, then the conference runs from March 22-24th. Check out this sneak preview.  Some of the top leaders and creators in the cloud will be speaking this year, and plenty of time for networking. Check out the fantastic line-up of speakers and start 

Full cPanel Support For Ubuntu LTS

In the winter of 2020, CentOS 8 announced that it would be reaching its end-of-life in December of 2021. This news was somewhat unexpected in the open-source and web hosting worlds. In response, we began working towards providing solutions that will benefit our partners and customers and expand options as we move forward together. The goal is to provide greater Operating System (OS) diversity, more substantial stability, and increased safety for our customers and their …

WordPress Toolkit Version 5.9 Update

As we continue making improvements and adding additional functionalities to WordPress Toolkit, we wanted to take a moment to share some of what has changed with our recent 5.8 and 5.9 updates. What’s new with WordPress Toolkit? Many of our most recent updates are targeted towards security, because keeping the internet safe (and your websites secure) will always be a priority of ours. With that said, we’d like to highlight a couple of these features: …

Updated Paper Lantern Removal Schedule

Back in August of 2021, we announced the deprecation of Paper Lantern. Today we’re updating the schedule for the final stage: its removal. In the previous deprecation schedule, we planned a series of changes across 3 versions: 100, 102 LTS, and 104. With 100 and 102 LTS changes already happening, we are now delaying the removal of Paper Lantern from 104 to 108. In version 108 (debuting Q3-Q4 of 2022): We will stop all development, …

We Want To Hear From You

Your feedback is invaluable to our research and product development. Please take a moment to complete the two surveys below to help us best serve you: …

Jupiter, Version 102, and You!

As cPanel & WHM Version 102 nears its release, many of you have reached out to us with feedback about Jupiter, as it appears in the end-user interface as well as WHM. Thank you! We’ve been listening carefully and are happy to now share what we’ve learned, as well as our game plan going forward. Within WHM In v102, we revealed Jupiter in WHM. We haven’t addressed WHM’s user experience in quite some time, so …

cPanel SEO Has Launched

You’ve likely seen our requests for beta testers over the past few months, as well as the mentions in our newsletter – it’s been no secret that a new product was on the way.   The day has now come, and we couldn’t be happier to announce that cPanel SEO has arrived!  cPanel SEO was designed to not only improve your search engine results, but also the actual content of your website. …

Join Our cPanel SEO Beta Testing Program

Are you an SEM enthusiast? If you enjoy trying and testing new and exciting tech, join our cPanel SEO Beta Testing Program and help improve our tools, service, and solutions. We ask that you don’t publicize or share the features you’re testing until they’re officially launched. (Including comments on social) By beta testing, you’ll become an important part of our product development. Your participation and feedback will help us release a better version of our tool as …

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As we near the end of 2021, we’re looking forward and feeling excited about all the changes and improvements we’re making, much of which is a direct result of feedback we’ve received from our customers. We’ve reached out via multiple channels throughout this year to get as much feedback from you as we can… some of which has even already been implemented into our products! We wanted to take one last opportunity to hear from …

How To Increase the PHP Max Upload Size in cPanel®?

PHP protects server performance by limiting file upload sizes, but the default limit is too low for many modern web applications. You’re likely to encounter this issue when a PHP application displays an error message asking you to increase the PHP max upload file size. There are various ways to increase the upload limit, including editing PHP configuration files directly. In this article, we’ll show you how to adjust PHP upload limits in cPanel & …