cPanel is one of the most popular website hosting Control Panels you can get. It includes an easy to use interface along with a large number of features which make web presence management fast and easy. With only a few clicks, you will be able to do various operations with files and folders, to create e-mails and to set up spam protection for them, to generate databases and FTP accounts, to see in-depth usage stats, etcetera. cPanel also has a reseller counterpart - the WebHost Manager application (WHM). It will allow you to generate website hosting plans and cPanel web hosting accounts, to adjust their features, to view and to edit server-side settings using a web-based graphical interface, to change DNS zone records, to set up modules, and a lot more. cPanel and WHM are certified applications and they're among the most widely used reseller hosting tools, as they can be used on pretty much any server and with almost any kind of billing software.

cPanel with Unlimited Domains in Dedicated

cPanel can be bought with any of the Linux dedicated servers hosting packages that we supply either with your initial order or at another time from your billing Control Panel. As it runs only on CentOS, you'll have to pick this Operating System during the sign up process. There are several steps which you will need to complete to set up the WebHost Manager when you start using it for the very first time and then, you'll be able to generate website hosting packages with just a few clicks. Since there's no restriction on the number of accounts that you can create, you can choose if each of your domains will be hosted independently or if you will group them. You'll be able to use our dedicated servers to start a web hosting reseller business as well, because we give cost-free billing and support software as well as a domain name reseller account with all of the cPanel-equipped servers. When a certain site has specific requirements for the software that should be running on the server, you won't have any problems installing whatever is required, because you'll have full root-level access to your server.