cPanel Explained

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cPanel Explained

So you are searching for web hosting and have seen the term cPanel. What is it and what does it do? Simply put, cPanel is a graphical user interface for use on Unix/Linux Servers to control web sites. The development company  of cPanel, cPanel Inc., also claims to be working on a version for Windows-based servers.
Short for control panel and designed for the end-user, cPanel is a web-based graphical management tool used to make administration of web sites as easy as possible. Insulating the end-user from a Unix command line, the typical website owner controls aspects of their web site management from within this simple and easy to use graphical interface.
The end-user interacts with cPanel to control such things as web-based email, email account setup, mailing lists, FTP accounts and Cron Jobs. The graphical user interface also makes the task of site management easier by providing quick access to sub-domains, Web site stats, CGI scripts, custom error pages and redirects.
To make things even easier for newcomers to cPanel, YouTube is full of how-to guides for just about everything!. These tutorials demonstrate user interaction with the various management functions of cPanel.
Thewball.com Offers cPanel with their hosting packages, and you can easily sign up for an account for free here.


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Matthew Fitzgerald is the creator of thewball.com. He has done work in web design, computer building, system designs, eCommerce, tech repair, and software development. He has lots of experience in working with Linux servers and windows networking. Some of his hobbies include drumming, gardening, and music composition.

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