rootuser access a cPanel account without the help of WHM?
You can grant the
root user access to a cPanel user account with the Accounts that can access a cPanel user account option in the WHM's Tweak Settings interface (WHM >> Home >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings). This setting grants the
root user access to a cPanel account by default.
You can use either an RPM-based WordPress® cPAddon installation or cPanel's Site Publisher interface (cPanel >> Home >> Domains >> Site Publisher) to create a website. To install WordPress on your server, follow the directions in our WordPress Manager documentation.
WHM's Install cPAddons Site Software interface (WHM >> Home >> cPanel >> Install cPAddons Site Software) also contains several optional content management systems that your web hosting provider can install. Your web hosting provider must enable this option to access these content management systems.
You can also ask your web hosting provider to install third-party applications that appear in the cPanel App Catalog.
You should contact your web hosting provider so that they can determine the cause of the issue or escalate the issue to us.
If you get your license directly from cPanel, Inc., contact our support department.
'Cannot Read License File'message when I enter my cPanel interface. What can I do?
Contact your system administrator and ask them to update the license file on the server.
If you cannot solve this issue, you can also open a support ticket.
If you remember your old password, click Password & Security in the user menu to navigate to cPanel's Password & Security interface (cPanel >> Home >> Preferences >> Password & Security).
If you forgot your password, your web hosting provider can reset it for you in WHM.
You can also reset your password via email if your web host enables the Email password reset setting in WHM's Tweak Settings interface (WHM >> Home >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings).
To manage multiple domains with one cPanel account, you can use addon domains.
public_htmldirectory in order to keep track of them easily.
Navigate to cPanel's Directory Privacy interface (cPanel >> Home >> Files >> Directory Privacy). In this interface, you can modify the password protection settings for your domain.
If your main domain asks for a password, modify the settings for the
To create a login on your website, use cPanel's Directory Privacy interface (cPanel >> Home >> Files >> Directory Privacy). Enable password protection and then add the users to whom you wish to grant access.
You can customize your error pages with cPanel's Error Pages interface (cPanel >> Home >> Advanced >> Error Pages).
You can do this with a redirect. To set up a redirect, perform the following steps:
If you want the old site and the new site to go to the same location, but you have not yet set up the new site, you can use aliases. An alias allows you to add a second domain name to your account that goes to the same website.
A system administrator can edit a locale with WHM's Edit a Locale interface (WHM >> Home >> Locales >> Edit a Locale).
For more information, view the steps to create and edit a non-standard locale in WHM.
If you cannot access your databases, change your cPanel account password. To do this, navigate to cPanel's Password & Security interface (cPanel >> Home >> Preferences >> Password & Security).
If your hosting provider allows you to use both MySQL (or MariaDB) and PostgreSQL® databases, the All SQL Databases bar represents the combined total number of databases on your account. The maximum number of databases of each type that you can create is half of that number.
For example, if your provider allows you to use MySQL and PostgreSQL databases and the value of All SQL Databases is
10, you can create up to five MySQL and five PostgreSQL databases. You cannot transfer your allotment from one type of database to another to create 10 MySQL or 10 PostgreSQL databases.