I am using cPanel for more about 4 years. I wonder, how many features I did not know about until I read the book cPanel User Guide and Tutorial written by Aric Pedersen, working as System Administrator for Netenberg.com and several other companies.
The author has described each and every feature of cPanel. The first chapter covers the fundamentals & tips of selecting a good hosting company, very much important for fresher to website hosting.
The book thoroughly discussed how to manage FTPs, Files, Subdomains, Addon/Parking domains, Emails, Website Statistics, Backup/Restore Data, Script Installations using Fantastico. Continue reading →
Managing a remote web server is never an easy game. I know many people who are not familiar with non-windows operating systems hence don’t wanna buy dedicated server as it takes much time to learn and managing server is bogey job for many. But now I believe the book titled “Web Host Manager” by Aric Pedersen should be the greatest gift of 2007 (as I reviewed it this year). I think anyone can easily manage his own web server using WHM within a few weeks after thoroughly reading this book. The book described each and every features of WHM including installing it on a fresh server or tweaking it on a ready server. The book also described about different issues of security and ways to resolve those. Continue reading →
Class :: cPanel Subdomain V2
This is the 2nd edition of my previous Class cPanel Subdomains Creator. Using this script you can create cPanel subdomain & FTP account for this subdomain without logging into cPanel. Let your user create their own subdomains and FTP accounts for that subdomain. Users will get access only to newly created subdomain not to the root directory. So your contents will be secure.
To use this script you must have access to cPanel.
Open exaple.php file and change the red marked values as your environment.
$cpanel=new cpsubdomain("cPanel User","cPanel Pass","Domain","cPanel Theme");
Now change the Quota for each FTP account. To do this simply change the red marked value.
Create e-mail addresses for cPanel accounts
This is a simple class that can be used create e-mail addresses for domains hosted using a cPanel account.
It extends a script originally made available in the zubrag.com Web site.
The class accesses a cPanel Web server and sends a command to create an e-mail account with a given address, password and quota.
The class retrieves and process the cPanel server response to determine whether the account creation was successful or it could not be created when the account already exists.
Download this class:: from here :: from phpclassess.org
To use this script in your website you need to change some values in cpmail_example.php