cPanel

How to access File Manager from cPanel ?

1) Once you log into Control Panel (cPanel), check for “Files” Section. 2) Within that section, you can find “File Manager”. Please click on it. 3) Select “Document Root for:” option and from drop down menu, select the domain name to which you want to login. 4) If you want to view hidden files like “.htaccess”, check the box next Read more

Can I access cPanel Control Panel directly?

Yes, you can access the Control Panel directly. For example say your domain name is “example.com”. You can access cPanel using: http://example.com/cpanel Note: The above URL would work only if you have updated the following name servers for your domain: cpdns1.worldispnetwork.com cpdns2.worldispnetwork.com cpdns3.worldispnetwork.com

How to add sudomains in cPanel ?

1) Once you log into Control Panel (cPanel), check for “Domains” Section. 2) Within that section, you can find “Subdomains”. Please click on it. 3) Enter the Subdomain you would like to add. Make sure that you select the appropriate domain from the drop down menu, for which you wish to add the sub domain. 4) Document Root would be Read more

What is the root location for my Primary Domain and Add-On domains to upload files?

1. The root location for your Primary Domain is “public_html”. Files associated with your Primary Domain should be uploaded within “public_html” folder. 2. When you add any “add-on” domain, a folder with that domain name would be created under“public_html”. For example, if you add a domain “mydomain.com” then a folder with that domain name would be created under “public_html”. Its Read more