Logging into your cPanel

Your cPanel is where you manage your web hosting apps and services. From your cPanel, you can add new mailboxes and create alias accounts. You can also create addon domains and subdomains. And much, much more.


There are a few different methods of accessing your cPanel.


Accessing your cPanel from your Client Area


The easiest method of accessing your cPanel is through your client area, as this method does not require your cPanel username or password. You can access your client area here.


Once logged in, proceed to your web hosting management page. This can be done by clicking on Services in the upper menu bar and selecting My Products & Services from the drop down menu. You can also click on the Services block in the center of the home page.


Once you are on your My Products & Services page, you will see a list of all of your services. Click on the bar of your cPanel web hosting service (click anywhere but on the domain name, this will take you to your website).


You will now be on the Managing page for your cPanel web hosting. On the left-hand side of the screen, you will see an Actions menu. Click on Login to cPanel will log you into your cPanel without needing to enter your cPanel username or password.


Accessing your cPanel directly


If you know your cPanel username and password, you may find it easier to log into your cPanel directly. You can find your cPanel username and password in your Welcome email, that you received when you purchased your service. If you no longer have your Welcome email, contact support and they can resend it to you.


You can access the cPanel log in page using different URLs.


If your website is pointing to our servers, you can use the following:


  • example.com/cpanel
  • example.com:2083
  • cpanel.example.com (may not be set up on all accounts)


Remember to replace example.com with your domain name.


If you do not have your website pointing to our servers, you can use the server name or IP instead of your domain name. If you do not know your server name or IP, contact support.


  • servername.com/cpanel
  • servername.com:2083
  • cpanel.servername.com (may not be set up on all accounts)


Remember to replace servername.com with your server name.


  • [server IP]/cpanel
  • [server IP]:2083


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