cPanel is among the most widely used hosting Control Panels available on the market. It comes with an intuitive interface and a number of attributes which make web presence management simple and quick. With just a few clicks, you'll be able to perform various operations with folders and files, to create e-mail addresses and to activate spam security for them, to set up databases and FTP accounts, to view detailed usage stats, and so on. cPanel also has a reseller counterpart - the WebHost Manager application (WHM). It will help you create web hosting plans and cPanel web hosting accounts, to modify their features, to view and to edit server-side settings from a web-based graphical interface, to change DNS zone records, to install modules, and many more. cPanel and WHM are licensed apps and they're among the most preferred reseller website hosting tools, due to the fact that they can be used on pretty much any server and with almost any billing software.
cPanel with Unlimited Domains in VPS
cPanel is one of the website hosting Control Panels that you can pick with any of the virtual private servers
plans that we offer, provided that you get the CentOS Operating System for your server. You will be able to order it during the registration process or another time through your billing section and after completing several simple setup steps when you log in for the first time to the WebHost Manager, you can begin generating hosting packages and accounts for your domain names. There is no restriction on the number of accounts which you can have, so you can select whether each of your domain names
will be in an independent account or if several domains will be hosted together. Because you'll be given root-level access, you will be able to install any kind of software that your websites may need. With all of the cPanel-equipped virtual servers, we also provide a domain reseller account plus a billing and support solution at no additional cost, giving you the chance to start your own web hosting company with ease and with minimal effort.