Spam email is a hard-fought battle in server administration. Knowing how to enable spam protection in cPanel helps you protect your server and systems by securing your email accounts. These features save time and money lost from potential threats and breaches.
Sometimes your website visitors access a directory on your site instead of a page. The browser typically displays an index page for the directory when this happens. If there is no index page or index.html file, it displays a list of the directory contents in the browser.
There are instances when it is necessary to send traffic from one domain or page to another. Knowing how to set up domain redirects in cPanel helps you accomplish this. Send visitors from to one site or page to another URL using this tutorial.
Domain aliases are domains you own that contain no content. Instead, they point to another domain or subdomain on your account. Aliases help hold a domain that you will later sell or redirect traffic to another domain.
You can create a subdomain for your website in cPanel in a few easy steps. It allows you to create a subsection of your website under the same account existing as a separate site without the need to register a new domain. With this guide, users can set up a new subdomain for their website.
When performing tasks within cPanel, it is convenient to have the ability to access email within the interface. Having to navigate elsewhere to quickly check email for a cPanel-controlled account takes valuable time away from the task at hand. This guide helps you with how to use Webmail from within cPanel.
There are times when managing more than one domain is necessary. In cPanel you can manage multiple domains from a single account. The addon domain links a newly created domain name to a directory in your account and stores its files there.
Maintaining your website means making sure software updates don’t take down your site. Knowing how to backup your website in cPanel allows you to ensure you can restore your site if an update happens. Use this guide to ensure your website is properly backed up for updates, testing, and other maintenance you need to perform.
Creating a MySQL database in cPanel is helpful for web developers managing large amounts of data for their websites and applications. The process is simple and essential to the development of database-intensive projects.