1. Login to Cpanel 2. Find the ‘Files’ section, and click on the ‘FTP Account’ option. 3. There you fill FTP username and password 4. Type your Directory Location for that particular FTP user 5. At Last click on ‘Create FTP Account’ button You can access your FTP account using any FTP client Software like FILEZILLA. …
Login to cPanel control panel Go to File Manager Select ‘public_html’ folder Click on ‘Upload’ button at top side Select your data from your local system and click on the OPEN button to upload it. You can also upload your contents using any FTP client software like ‘FileZilla‘.
Go to File Manager select your specific folder, for which you want to change permissions Right-click on that folder and select change permissions option there. Grant permission by checking in the checkboxes. At last click on Change Permissions button.
Find Database section, Click on ‘MySql’ databases 2. Type your database name and create your database 4. Type your database name there and click on Create Database name. You need to create MySQL database user for this database.
1. Find Database section, Click on ‘MySql’ databases 2. Add a new user and create a new user
1. Login to Cpanel. 2. Find the ‘Files’ section, and click on the ‘Backup’ option. 3. There you can find restore option with database restore. 4. Choose the database backup file which you want to restore from your local system and upload your contents there so that restoration will complete.
Login to Cpanel Find Database section, Click on ‘MySql’ databases Scroll down the page and Find ‘Add User to Database’ option Select you User and database name from the drop-down list Click on ADD button
1. Login to Cpanel 2. Find ‘Email’ section, click on Email Address option there 3. Add email Account 4. Enter the email address and password 5. Enter mailbox quota size 6. At last click on ‘Create Account’ You can access your email account using webmail here. You can also configure your email in Microsoft Outlook here.
You can access your professional email id’s which are followed with your domain name by the following step Enter the following URL <Your Domain name>/webmail (Example: Demosite.com/webmail) Enter your username in the Username text box. Enter your password in the Password text box. Click Log in. Access webmail from the cPanel You can access Webmail from the …
You can perform the following steps to change your Email ID password. Login to your CPanel Under Mail, click on Email Accounts Scroll down to the list of existing email accounts, find the email account for which you wish to modify the password and click on the ChangePassword link Enter and confirm the new password …