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SafeAdmin Certification and You

When someone is looking for a mechanic, it can be hard to know whom you can trust to do the work using the best practices available for a fair price. Finding a System Administrator often carries some similar challenges. Certifications are one way to show that a Sysadmin is up to date on the best way to secure data and administer servers. cPanel is now offering SafeAdmin certification as a way to appraise a technician’s existing set of skills, representing …

Game Night!

If you’ve been to any of our conferences before, chances are you’ve attended Game Night on the final night. WebPros Summit 2019 promises to be the biggest and best conference yet, and we would be remiss in not bringing in the best of the best for arguably the most fun evening event of the Summit. Introducing the reimagined, bigger and badder GAME NIGHT. 21st Century Digital Game As always, we’re bringing in some of the …

Feature Requests and the User Story

…in the great state of Texas, a software company offered unto its’ subjects a Feature Request Site where they could submit their feedback about the products it worked so diligently to create and support. This site was launched in October 2012 to great fanfare and fingers flew across keyboards from across all the lands as requests were submitted. Each person was allotted votes they could use to make their greatest wishes for cPanel known, …

Hi, I’m Tabby. How Can I help?

Hi.  I’m Tabby. I joined the Community Team at cPanel in March 2019 as a Community Manager.  I couldn’t be more excited about it if I tried, and I’ll tell you why; my entire career has led to this role. I’ve done so many weird and disparate things that from the outside, I’m sure when I tell folks that I was an award-winning music educator before I was a Community Manager, it makes no sense …

cPanel & WHM Account-Based Pricing Updates

Late last week, we announced a new licensing and pricing structure for cPanel & WHM. This change was the result of several months of conversations and modeling to ensure we understood as many use cases for cPanel & WHM hosting as possible. In the days following our announcement, we have heard from many of our Partners, both online and on the phone, and the feedback has been clear. Our analysis of use cases …

Building Communities with Social Media

According to Statista, over 3 billion people across the world are expected to have some form of social media account by 2021. That’s 1/3 of the population of the entire planet. While social media use in the business world has been around for the better part of a decade, it has recently become an integral part of growing communities and building brand recognition. Companies use social media as customer outreach, to announce a new …

Welcoming WHMCS to the WebPros Family

It is with great affection that I get to share news of an addition to the WebPros family. Starting today, WHMCS joins us as part of this exciting and growing group of companies that power the hosting industry.   Years ago, cPanel and WHMCS began a partnership to improve integration and support between the companies, and the software we build. As a result, cPanel and WHMCS have enjoyed an incredible working relationship for nearly 7 years. So close, in …

Zero to WordPress- Update!

Here at cPanel, LLC., we want to empower our users to take control of their own cPanel & WHM server. This can seem very daunting at first, but we are here to show you anyone can build a cPanel & WHM server with a WordPress site. We will be addressing some very technical topics, but have linked additional tutorials with more information. Let’s begin! Getting Started By the end of this tutorial, you will have …

Removal of PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.0 in EasyApache Profiles

PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.0 reached End of Life at the beginning of the year, and are no longer receiving any security patches from PHP. We are encouraging users to upgrade to supported PHP versions in EasyApache 4. Here’s what you need to know about upgrading: We are removing PHP 5.6 and 7.0 from our default EasyApache profiles. This change only impacts servers running our default EasyApache profiles currently/ We are planning on removing PHP …