how to see the cpanel

February 26, 2009 at 01:12:10
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how to see the cpanel.what is the url

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February 26, 2009 at 16:48:41
What cpanel and where?

If you mean a hosted website, then check the host's main page - there is typically a link to cpanel (or whatever it uses) and perhaps a support forum. If you mean something else, then you'll have to elaborate a bit more.


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February 26, 2009 at 20:25:56
i have created domain then how to see the cpanel. where it is located in the domain.iam not able see the cpanel root path and ip address please give the solution

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February 28, 2009 at 22:52:47
It depends on who your host is.

When you signed up, they should have sent you an email and/or revealed a page that contains the information required of you to log in and what url is to be used. As an example, if your host is then the cpanel *may* be

If you know your account id and password, then if you have ftp access, you can use an ftp client such as WS_FTP to log into your account.

If that still doesn't help, then I'm really not sure how to offer assistance. Good luck.

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March 13, 2009 at 12:15:46
Hi, cPanel (or control panel) is a GUI interface for web administrative functions. To access your cPanel, you will need the URL, login and password. Do you know what type of hosting that you have for your site? If you are using an in-house server or an external vendor for hosting, you would just need find out if there is a cPanel (or similar type of GUI interface for website maintenance) available for your backend administrative functions. For in-house systems, contact your IT group, for external web hosting, call their customer support group and ask if your site has cPanel or similar GUI web control interface that you can access. Sometimes there is not a GUI backend system/cPanel available. When that is the case, you will have to maintain the site by entering commands manually.

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