Access Server via SSH

This article will guide you how to access server via SSH using username and password or with the SSH key. You can download PuTTY from the url below 1. Gather your server IP or Hostname, SSH port, username and Password 2. Enter the IP address and port on the […]

Convert Image from cPanel

The Image converter option can be used to convert image from one format to any other supported format (png, jpg, gif, bpm) 1. Login to your cPanel home 2. Select the Images option under the Files section 3. Click on the Converter option under the Images section 4. Navigate to […]

Changing cPanel Styles

cPanel has two major interface styles which you can switch from your cPanel home. This article will guide you on how to change the cPanel style from your cPanel 1. Login to your cPanel 2. From cPanel Home click username written over the right corner or the symbol next to […]

Setup Directory Privacy from cPanel

This feature of cPanel allows you to protect certain directories with a username and password. If the directory is protected by password, then if somebody  tries to access the file, they will be prompted to provide a username and password, if username of password does not match, then the user […]

Adding MX Entry- cPanel

The MX Entry in cPanel allows to route all your emails to a specific server. Changes you make here also get reflected in the domain’s DNS entries. You can use Google Apps to manage your emails by adding the MX entries for the Google mail servers under the MX entry. […]

Find Disk Usage from cPanel

The Disk Usage option on cPanel can be used to monitor your accounts disk space usage. This feature scans your disk to provide you a graphical overview of the Disk usage. It displays disk space used by directories, but it does not show how much space is consumed by an […]

CPU and Connection Usage from cPanel

This article will guide you on how to find the resource usage from cPanel 1. Login to your cPanel 2. Click CPU and Concurrent Connection usage under Metrics section of the cPanel home to see the CPU usage. 3. Click on the Details under the interface under the resource usage […]

Virus Scanner- cPanel

This article will guide you on how to run virus scan on different sectors of your home directory. 1. Open Virus Scanner by clicking the Virus Scanner option in the Advanced section from the cPanel home. 2. Select folder on which you want to run the scan and click on […]