cPanel

cPanel is an online Linux-based control panel that simplifies website and server management.

cPanel allows you to publish websites, manage domains, organize web files, create email accounts, and more.

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Where are individual email filter files on a cPanel server

Recently I did an article on Where are autoresponders and forwarders files on a cPanel server but what about email filters? Filter files for individual email accounts do not exist by default, but are created when user adds filters or cpanel user...

How to add custom logo to cPanel login page

To add a custom logo to the cPanel login page you can either overwrite the default cPanel logo or upload a new one from WHM. How to overwrite cPanel login logo To overwrite the default logo, simply upload the file in the same folder: 1. SFTP to your...

PHPMyAdmin doesn’t show all databases in cPanel

New databases that are created in cPanel are not visible in PHPMyAdmin, but if you assign a user to it and access it as that user, then you can use it. The first thing to check is if the database is visible via CMD: mysql -uCPANEL_USERNAME -p If the...

How to create a cPanel plugin

You don’t need to be a system administrator or a cPanel expert to create your own cPanel plugin. Anyone who can write PHP code should have no trouble building a plugin. Within a day, I have created my first plugin: LastLogin – which...

PHPMyAdmin Access denied for user X @ localhost

When you can’t log in to PHPMyAdmin from within cPanel it’s mainly one of two reasons: When you reset the password for that user, MySQL password wasn’t changeduser has a custom .my.cnf file with defined logins for mysql Step 1...

Move email accounts from one cPanel account to another

Moving email accounts along with all emails from one cPanel to another can be done in two ways: IMAPSync – you need access to a terminal and passwords for email accountsFTP (File Manager) – you need access to FTP or cPanel File Manager...

Complete guide to Git Version Control in cPanel

On cPanel Git can be used in two ways: clone a remote repository (e.g. from GitHub) to cPanelcreate a repository on cPanel and use it in a remote location (e.g. your pc) Here I will cover both ways and highlight some important steps that are not...