cPanel is the most popular web hosting control panel. It has an intuitive, easy-to-use interface, where you can view and manage all of your server settings. When you sign up for a hosting, most likely you’ll receive access to a cPanel.
Different cPanel installations might include different features, but here is a quick, general overview of things you can control.
FTP accounts, backup. There is also a built-in file manager, where you can handle files and directories. You can even upload a ZIP and extract it.
Database management, phpMyAdmin.
DNS settings, subdomains, redirects.
Everything that is email related. Accounts, forwarders and so on.
Analytics, error logs.
SSH access, SSL/TLS, leech and hotlink protection.
NodeJS, Ruby, Python app setup. You can also update PHP version and PHP options.
Terminal, cron, virus scanner.
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