Technical - cPanel

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You can use one of the following solutions:

- If the domain is propagated, you can access your Cpanel 
at: 
http://www.yourdomain.com/cpanel
http://www.yourdomain.com:2082 

- If the domain name is not yet propagated, you can use your 
shared/dedicated IP address:
Example: 

http://74.55.65.226/cpanel
http://74.55.65.226:2082

You have to replace the above IP address, with the IP which 
is mentioned in your Account Info e-mail.

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Make sure to replace "yourdomain" with your domain name 
and to include the "/" at the end of the address. If your 
account is new, you will need to use your IP instead 
of "yourdomain" until the domain name works.

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The Web protect feature allows you to easily password-
protect a folder in your account. With this feature you can 
add/delete users. The users will be prompted to enter a 
username and password before they are allowed access to a 
certain folder. This uses the Apache .htaccess and .htpasswd 
method.

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The error pages are pages that will show up if an incorrect 
request has been made by a web page viewer. If you create 
a 404 error page, then users will see this page if they try to 
go to a page which does not exist on your site.

400 - Bad Request
401 - Authorization Required
403 - Forbidden
404 - Page Not Found
500 - Internal Server Error 

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Click on "Disk usage" and you can see disk space used by all 
directories in megabytes.

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Few seconds after you signup with our services, you will 
receive your welcome e-mail which contains your account 
information such as IP address, username, password, control 
panel URL and other necessary information in order for you to 
get started. 

Then you can login to your control panel, regardless if your 
domain is already pointed to our name servers or not. The 
temporary URL will be as follow:
http://YourServerIpNumber/~YourUserName/cpanel

Then you will replace YourServerIpNumber with your actual 
server IP and YourUserName with your actual username 
which will be included in the welcome e-mail.

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