cPanel is the most popular Control Panel tool on the hosting market. It is feature-rich and it has an easy-to-use interface that will supply you with full control over your websites. You can easily control files, emails and databases, view usage statistics, install script-driven applications, and so on. The software is preferred by many hosting companies, since it also has a reseller counterpart called WebHost Manager (WHM). The aforementioned software instrument will provide you with a web-based graphical interface, via which you're able to handle a lot of server-side settings, create website hosting plans or new client accounts and adjust their features with just a couple of clicks. You may also install different modules and apps, change DNS records, brand all the cPanel accounts that your clients will get, add and remove features from their Control Panels, and so on. cPanel and WHM are compatible with nearly all billing apps out there, so this is among the top platforms if you want to become a reseller.
cPanel with Unlimited Domains in Dedicated
When you need a powerful website hosting solution and you would like to use cPanel, you will be able to select this Control Panel with all our dedicated server plans, as long as you also select the CentOS Operating System. Even when you get a server devoid of a Control Panel and you change your mind afterwards, you can obtain cPanel through your billing area with just a few clicks. Once the server is ready, you will have to go through a couple of setup options that will appear the very first time you log in to the WebHost Manager. After that, you'll be able to create a limitless number of cPanel accounts with only a couple of clicks for yourself or for any customers that you have. You can use your server to start a reseller business too, since we'll give you the ClientExec billing and support platform and an eNom domain name reseller account which can be linked to your WHM. As all cPanel-equipped servers come with root-level access, you may install any piece of software and manage the software environment on your server in whatever way you see fit.