Using the Feature Manager in WHM

Using the Feature Manager in WHM
The feature manager is another cool tool in Web Host Manager, which allows you to specify which features are to be made available in cPanel of your accounts. This way you have control over features offered with your hosting packages, letting you keep track of the scope and in turn will help you to provide ...

Managing FrontPage Extensions in WHM

Managing FrontPage Extensions in WHM
FrontPage extensions should only be installed in accounts where FrontPage will be the program used to create the website. If FrontPage will not be used, do not install the FrontPage extensions. Follow along to know how to install FrontPage Extensions for a particular account. Watch demo WHM video for this session : Managing FrontPage Extensions ...

Using Multi-Account Functions in WHM

Using Multi-Account Functions in WHM
One of the greatest feature of WHM, is the ability to use Multi-Account Function to perform tasks on mutiple accounts, letting you save a lot of time. In this session you will learn how this is done, you can either read through this article, watch the video: How to use multi -account functions in WHM? or ...

How to Upgrade/Downgrade an account in WHM?

How to Upgrade/Downgrade an account in WHM?
When creating cPanel accounts for packages setup within Web Host Manager (WHM), you can use these same packages for upgrading and (or) downgrading accounts. Let’s say for example you have one package that offers 1 addon domain while another offers 10, instead of manually adjusting this number, you can upgrade the cPanel account to the new ...

Terminate an account in WHM

Terminate an account in WHM
In this tutorial you will learn how to terminate an account which you no longer want to allow it to occupy your server’s resources. However be warned that the termination cannot be undone – meaning it’s permanent , once deleted from the server there is no way of recovering it. So be very sure you want ...

Suspending or Unsuspending an account in WHM

Suspending or Unsuspending an account in WHM
WHM allows you to suspend / unsuspend accounts. This is typically only used when an account you manage reaches a delinquent billing status. When an account is suspended, traffic to the websites on a cPanelwill be redirected to a generic account suspension page. When the account is then unsuspended, this redirect will be removed automatically. ...

Learning about the Skeleton Directory WHM

Learning about the Skeleton Directory WHM
The Skeleton directory in WHM, allows you to change the default files used when creating new accounts. For example, if you have an index.html file in the skeleton directly, every time you create a new account, this file will get copied to the new account until a new home page is uploaded to the account. This ...

How to change an account’s Password in WHM?

How to change an account's Password in WHM?
In this video: How to change an account password in WHM? and the article, you will find out how to change a customer’s account password in Web Host Manager (WHM). You may need to change an account password if it’s been forgotten, or if the customer wants it changed for security reasons. But remember you can tell a customer that ...

How to modify the Suspended Accounts page in WHM?

How to modify the Suspended Accounts page in WHM?
You may want to suspend an account if the account is using too many server resources or if the customer hasn’t paid their bill or  they’ve reached their monthly bandwidth limit. With WHM, you have ability to suspend hosting accounts so that they will no longer work. Let’s learn how to modify the page that displays in ...

How to create a new Hosting Account in WHM?

How to create a new Hosting Account in WHM?
This article relates to WHM, a feature only available to VPS Hosting &Dedicated Hosting Users. How ever Shared Hosting users do not have access to WHM. As a reseller, you would want to resell your own hosting accounts and WHM will help you do that. The ability to create individual cPanel accounts is one of the most important features of ...