Managing Websites (cPanel)

Once you have created an account on your server, you (or your customer) can then login to cPanel and manage it. The easiest way to access cPanel is:

http://www.example.com/cpanel

Replacing example.com with the account you just created.

If the nameservers change is yet to propagate then you can also login at:

http://yourserverIP/cpanel

Replacing yourserverIP with the IP address of your server.

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