Worse, so many guides are written by super-technical web guys who forget that newbies don’t have the same level of understanding or even the same vocabulary they do. It’s a control panel where you can manage every element of your hosting account.

First, click “Password & Security”, and you’ll be taken to this screen: Once you’re here, you’ll need to enter your old password before choosing a new one.

We recommend using the “Password Generator” if you want a fast way to create a super-strong password.

On the “Addon Domains” screen, you’ll be asked to enter your new domain name, subdomain and document root.

When you enter your domain name in the first box, c Panel will automatically populate the other two text boxes.

Just punch in what you’re after, and c Panel will dig it up for you!

On the top right corner of the screen is the navigation bar, with “Search Features”, Account Management, Notifications and Logout.For example, this is where you can log in on an example hosting provider, right at the bottom of the “My Account” page: The fastest way to log into your c Panel is to type your web address into the search bar, followed by :2082 (unsecured) or :2083 (secured).For example: or https:// then be asked to provide your username and password.If this is your first time logging in, your hosting provider should have provided you with the necessary username and password you’ll need.Most hosting companies have links to your c Panel once you’ve signed into your hosting account.Click the “User Manager” icon in the Preferences section to be taken to this screen: On the screen above, you can see all of the accounts set up inside your c Panel.