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  • Is cPanel / WebHost Manager the best control panel for reseller hosting?

    cPanel interface

    Posted on 17 Jul 2012 by Alan Burns

    If you’ve read my previous articles, such as Should I choose reseller hosting to host multiple websites?, you’ll know that I’m a big fan of reseller hosting. Shared hosting is fine for a single web site, but once you have ...read more

  • Should I choose reseller hosting to host multiple websites?

    WHM nameservers

    Posted on 09 Jul 2012 by Alan Burns

    You start with one web site, running in a shared hosting account. Then you add another web site, in another shared hosting account. Soon you add another site, perhaps for a friend or a club you help run. At some point you wonder if there...read more

  • Should I choose cPanel for my VPS?

    WebHost Manager main interface

    Posted on 28 Jun 2012 by Alan Burns

    My last post, The benefits of a Linux VPS, described why you may want a Linux VPS (Virtual Private Server) for your hosting needs. Once you settle on a VPS, you’ll need to make a decision on which control panel you prefer. You’l...read more

  • The benefits of a Linux VPS

    WHM main screen

    Posted on 20 Jun 2012 by Alan Burns

    Your business has outgrown its shared web hosting or reseller hosting plan, but you’re not quite ready for the leap to a dedicated server. What to do? Linux VPS (Virtual Private Server) hosting is the answer. Linux VPS hosting has bec...read more

  • Quick jump to cPanel accounts after reseller login

    Posted on 10 Jul 2011 by Alan Burns

    My last article explained that a cPanel reseller password provides access to any client account without need for the client account’s own password. That makes life simpler for us resellers. There’s another benefit of that featur...read more

  • Single reseller login manages all cPanel accounts

    Posted on 07 Jul 2011 by Alan Burns

    As I’ve said before, if you have more than a couple of domains reseller hosting is much better than standard shared hosting. Here’s another reason: you can reduce your logins. The cPanel reseller password, the same one used to l...read more

  • How to create personal nameservers

    Registering personal nameservers at eNom

    Posted on 27 Jun 2011 by Alan Burns

    Are you ready to create your own personal nameservers? I recently covered the benefits of personal nameservers and wrote that I wouldn’t want to manage my multiple domains, and those of my clients, without them. Today I’ll summa...read more

  • Personal nameservers streamline multiple domains

    Posted on 20 Jun 2011 by Alan Burns

    For those of you with your own domain names, a few questions: Do you host multiple domain names? Do you resell hosting to clients? Have you ever moved to a new server or web host, and had to spend time at your domain registrar changing name...read more

  • Sub-domains and redirects simplify web access

    Posted on 07 Jun 2011 by Alan Burns

    Sub-domains are useful. When you have your own domain name and a hosting account, you can create sub-domains. Domain extensions such as .com and .ca are called top-level domains (TLDs). A second-level domain is a domain that is directly bel...read more

  • Secure webmail access via SSL

    Posted on 04 Jun 2011 by Alan Burns

    In my article Secure your web hosting account logins I recommended that you use an SSL (https) connection to login to your account. Logically, my same reasoning for better security also applies to using webmail. For secure access to cPanel ...read more

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