cPanel Issues You Can Easily Avoid

"Read the manual that comes with the cPanel"

“Read the manual that comes with the cPanel”

If you’ve ever been involved or looked into website hosting, you’re probably aware that it can be quite difficult. It can also be really confusing, particularly if you’ve never done that type of thing before. Fortunately, there are certain programs like cPanel that exist to make hosting a much easier task. However, just because cPanel simplifies the hosting process doesn’t mean that people won’t experience issues while using it. As is the norm for almost every kind of software out there, there are always going to be problems. Any issues you may encounter with cPanel are the kind that can be easily circumvented or remedied, but it’s not a bad idea to learn which are the most common problems so that you’re able to see them coming.

Out of Date Contact Info

"Try to use your current contact information"

“Try to use your current contact information”

Because cPanel is going to be connected to your hosting account, you need to enter all your contact information related to that hosting account into cPanel. Because this kind of information tends to change (particularly if you’re transferring a website or switching to a different hosting provider), you may end up with a problem if you don’t make sure to keep it current. cPanel is the control panel you’ll use to handle all the hosting factors, but it’s also where you’ll get any communications from your provider, and if your contact info is out of date, those messages will likely get lost. When that happens, you may be out of the loop when it comes to any issues or updates that are going on with your provider. To ensure this doesn’t happen, all you need to do is make sure you change your contact info in cPanel whenever you update it.

Out of Date Versions

"Don't use out-dated cPanel versions"

“Don’t use out-dated cPanel versions”

Most people who do anything with computers have likely experienced the scenario where they attempt to use a program only to find that it’s out of date. In some cases this is an easy fix; in others it’s not. With cPanel, you should always check to see what version you’re running and then do a search to see which version is the most current. If you are running an out of date version, check to see if you can manually install a new one. If you can’t, you’ll just have to wait until it’s updated through the operating system vendor.

Confusion with the Interface

If you’ve used cPanel before or done any kind of hosting work, you’re probably familiar with this type of interface. If you haven’t, on the other hand, you’ll likely find yourself confused at one point or another. While the quickest way to get familiarized with cPanel is to use it extensively, not everyone has time for that. If that’s the case, you don’t need to get stressed out because you need to address a hosting issue and can’t find the fix in the interface. What you need to do is just read the cPanel documentation. In it you’ll find the manual, which will explain everything you need to know about the program. While it will take a little bit of time to read through the manual, the time it could save you in the long run makes it absolutely worth it.


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