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Bye bye, prelinking!

Older versions of operating systems used prelink to preprocess modules and improve system performance. However, newer operating systems do not require prelink for performance enhancement. Also, the prelink module has compatibility issues with our RPM system, and we removed support for prelink in cPanel & WHM version 54. Soon, we will add the removal of prelink to our Autofixer repository. cPanel & WHM version 11.50 and later will automatically remove prelink from your system. For …

Free cP Starter Style

Starting in cPanel & WHM v64, we will be shipping the Light and Dark styles within the product. Please report issues or changes you would like to see by contacting our technical support. The Paper Lantern theme has come a long way since I last wrote about customizing the cPanel interface. As of this date, the instructions are still valid with a few minor adjustments. The theme continues to evolve and …

Development Update: cPanel & WHM version 58 is coming, and starting version 60

UPDATE 7/7/16 Due to problems in the security and usability, the following features have been removed from cPanel & WHM version 58, and are now targeted for v60: Enhanced PHP-FPM support This includes both the UI that was included in WHM and the relevant API calls. In the event that you have configured your server to use PHP-FPM on EDGE, your current implementation will not be altered, but you will not be able to manage …

See You at HostingCon Global?!

Beignets. Oysters. cPanel. Gumbo. What do all of these things have in common? They’re all going to be in New Orleans, July 24-27, for HostingCon Global 2016. The cPanel crew is headed to the Big Easy to exhibit at the conference, interact with the hosting community, and maybe snack on some of that delicious cuisine that’s made the city a foodie destination.

Hello From a cPanel Newbie

Hey cPanel Community! I’m Joanna, the newest addition to the cPanel Marketing team. I wanted to introduce myself, say hello, and share a few quick tidbits. A career move can sometimes be a bit overwhelming – new faces, new responsibilities, new things to learn, new surroundings. I was recently asked about my time here at cPanel and what I am most surprised to learn about the company. Having just a few weeks under my belt, …

Development Update #2

Since our last Development Update we have been hard at work making new and exciting things for you and your customers. Last week we released a TSR security update to all supported versions of cPanel, and we’re expecting cPanel & WHM version 56 will hit our STABLE tier next week. Internally, our development department is divided into 9 different Agile teams, and today I’ll share updates from 7 of them. ZerØ Cool

As Clear as Crystal | Award Winning Marketing

cPanel Marketing team wins big at American Marketing Association’s Crystal Awards, winning five awards. cPanel makes a concerted effort to hire the best and the brightest and this initiative isn’t exclusive to our development team. Our lean, six person marketing department is not only responsible for promoting the cPanel & WHM product, they’re also the creatives behind the recent brand overhaul, the annual cPanel conference, and most of the messaging that comes from cPanel, Inc. …

Quick Start Guide to Site Publisher Templates | For Hosting Providers and Resellers

Many end-users are looking for a simple way of getting a functional site online as quickly as possible. In our latest release we introduced Site Publisher, a tool that can give your customers a live site in just a few clicks.  As a designer and hosting reseller, I decided to take stab at creating my own template for Site Publisher and was surprised how easy it was. In this post, I’ll show …

Error Pages, A Hidden Branding Opportunity

Let’s face it, links break, servers go down, pages go MIA and somehow all your web visitors manage to land on the dreaded error page. Eek! While there’s no full-proof way to ensure you will never have to serve up an error page, with cPanel you can, at the very least, make it a page that is enjoyable to look at. In cPanel & WHM 56, users can create custom Error Pages for loads of …

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