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Plugin Installation Made Easy | Softaculous & Installatron

cPanel & WHM is one of the most powerful tools a hosting provider can have in their arsenal. It allows you to create emails and domains on the fly and gives hosting providers the opportunity to partition their servers. Most impressive is its ability to incorporate a whole host of other add-on features. In fact, cPanel plugins for applications like WordPress and CloudFlare are hosting providers’ most beloved widgets. There are even a few plugins …

Starting a new Hosting Service

During my time here at cPanel, I have noticed that there were a number of tickets that I worked on in Technical Support where questions were asked about how to do things related to how to host a site.  My objective in this article is to introduce anyone who is interested in starting a hosting service to cPanels resources to help with this endeavor.  We do salute …

EasyApache 4 | cPanel Conference Session

Whether you’re running a hosting operation with thousands of servers or just a handful, this talk will light up the ways EasyApache 4 and our new MultiPHP support can save time, lower operation costs, and increase flexibility for developers and site owners. Presenter: Jacob Perkins …

The Secret to an Original Site that Delivers Results

Ever wonder why companies like Apple or Amazon have such a cult following or why people love to use their sites as “inspiration” for their own website designs? I was one of these people back in my early days as a web designer. The first thing I’d do before starting a design project is look at these brands and try to emulate their look and feel. I made sure my designs were as clean and beautiful …

What’s Next for cPanel & WHM?

We spend a good portion of our time on the road talking to customers, like you, about what’s coming next for cPanel & WHM, but if you aren’t lucky enough to meet us at a conference, you may not get a chance to find out about what’s coming down the pipeline until these features are released. Hopefully, this post solves that problem. Getting one thing out of the way…well, two ones In …

WordPress and cPanel…like Peanut Butter and Jelly

Content management systems have steadily increased in popularity across the internet. Whether it’s a personal blog or a company site, CMSs are becoming the new web standard. WordPress, arguably the most popular content management tool, is the framework behind millions of sites across the web, including the former cPanel.net. Because of it’s popularity, versatility, and ease of use, WordPress is a handy tool for website owners and naturally a perfect fit as cPanel & WHM …

Greylisting | cPanel Conference Session

Gain some insight into the effectiveness of Greylisting and learn how to use this feature in cPanel & WHM. Travis will provide even more spam-fighting techniques along the way. Presenter: Travis Ellis …

Standard Hooks | cPanel Conference Session

Learn how to fully customize the behavior of cPanel & WHM by exploring the cPanel hook system. David will show you how to create unique functions that will open your eyes to the limitless possibilities of the software. Presenter: David Nielson …

Should We Take cPanel Conference on the Road?

In a recent blog post, I mentioned that we’ve started thinking about some new and exciting ways to reach out to cPanel partners and customers in 2016 and beyond. Now that cPanel Conference 2015 is behind us and we’ve announced Portland, Oregon as the location for next year’s event, it seems like the perfect time to get this conversation started.

What goes into protecting your credit card information on the web?

In modern days, purchases happen with the click of a button, a swipe of a finger, or simply, no human interaction at all. Whether it’s our monthly subscription to Netflix, the plane tickets that just went on flash sale, or the book that we purchased with Prime shipping, our request for immediacy and automation has placed our credit card information all over the web. Though scary in context, the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council …

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