How To Log In to cPanel (Explained)

In this video, we show you how to log in to cPanel. cPanel is a hosting control panel that allows you to easily manage your hosting account and website. You can log into cPanel both via your domain name or your domain’s IP address. If your domain has already propagated, which usually takes 48-72 hours, you can […]

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cPanel Video Tutorials (Main Features)

Become familiar with cPanel (your web hosting control panel) with these easy short videos that explain the main features: Wat is cPanel? How to Login to cPanel How to create an email account in cPanel How to setup  your default email address in cPanel How to setup email forwarding in cPanel How to setup email […]

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How To Upload Files Using File Manager In Cpanel

You can easily upload files to your site using an option File Manager in cPanel. The steps to be followed are: 1. Log in to CPanel. 2. Click on ‘File Manager’ under Files. 3. Select ‘Document root’ from the File Manager directory selection window. 4. Click on ‘Upload’ to upload files from your local system. […]

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Default Address

In this technote we will explain what the default address is. This address will receive any mail sent to an invalid email address for the current domain. The default address is also commonly called a “catch-all address”. Path : cPanel > Mails > Default Address It is possible to define how the default address handles […]

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Code Editor – From File Manager

There are many cases when you need to edit the code of your site. You can actually do this from your end by using the File Manager option from your cPanel. Here are the steps that you need to follow – 1. Log in to cPanel using the login details that Pickweb has provided to […]

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Creating And Running Ruby On Rails Application

If you want to create and run Ruby on Rails application from within your cPanel, you can fulfill this specific requirements in a couple of steps. Here’s how to get it done – 1. Log in to cPanel. 2. Click on the icon for “Ruby on Rails”. 3. Check the box for “Load on boot?” […]

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