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The Advanced part of cPanel is designed for administrators who has become proficient with cPanel and want to extend or re-configure what it can do.
Data loss can be devastating to a business. Having backup copies of your complete hosting account will help mitigate disasters. Learn how to forestall data loss with cPanel backup options.
Learn how to use the database tools that cPanel provides to setup/create PostgreSQL and MySQL databases, user accounts, user privileges & managing/deleting databases and users.
Learn how to change your cPanel account settings including making changes to language, contact preferences, sub-accounts or updating your cPanel password.
Your domain must resolve to an IP address before you can use it to host a website. Learn how to set up an A or AAAA record for your domain or sub-domain.
Learn how to securely host emails for every domain you own. cPanel made it super-easy to create, manage, and delete email accounts & protect them from viruses or spams.
Unless you are on our fully-managed hosting plan, chances is that the responsibility of managing the account falls squarely on you on, developer or administrator. These tips might help.
Learn best practices on how to better protect your web hosting account. Simple step by step guides that anyone can use.
Learn how to upload, create, edit, manage or delete website files using cPanel's native features.
WordPress is an open source content management system that you can use to easily create a beautiful website, blog, or app.
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