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Each of our hosting plans come with the industry leading control panel cPanel. This intuitive and powerful control panel allows you to manage every aspect of your account with ease. If you haven't used cPanel before, you're going to love it. If you have, you'll feel right at home.
Create and manage email accounts for your domain. Here you will also have webmail access and client configuration details.
Easily manage your website files using cPanel's built-in File Manager. Includes advanced features such as archiving.
Easily create and restore backups of your website, databases and email accounts. You should backup your website frequently.
Awstats is a website analytics package which allows you to find where your visitors are arriving from, your busiest pages and more.
Enable SSL for all of your domains and subdomains for free with just a few clicks thanks to our Let's Encrypt integration.
Discover various apps for your website and easily install them. Apps include WordPress, phpBB, PrestaShop and hundreds more.
Create thumbnails, resize images and change the file format of images for any given directory in your hosting account.
Set a password to protect certain directories in your hosting account from unauthorized access. Supports multiple users.
Monitor your hosting account's disk space usage and find out which directories are using the most space.
Creating a Web Disk allows you to access your account files from your computer, it's an alternative to FTP.
Create and configure FTP accounts to access certain directories within your hosting account.
Monitor active FTP connections, terminating connections if required to prevent further access.
Download a zipped copy of your website, email data and databases. The same data can be restored later.
The popular database management tool phpMyAdmin allows you to manage the content of your MySQL® databases.
Manage MySQL® databases and users. Databases power web applications such as blogs, forums and more.
The MySQL® database wizard will guide you through creating a database and user with the right permissions.
Specify which remote hosts are allowed to access your MySQL® databases over the network.
Addon domains allow you to point another domain to a specific directory within your account.
Add and configure subdomains (e.g. blog.mydomain.com) to point at specific directories within your account.
Point one or more secondary domains at your website, e.g. mywebsite.com opens your website mywebsite.co.uk.
Have specific pages or domains redirect to another address. Useful to restructure websites or to create shortcuts.
Add, edit and remove custom DNS entries using a simple interface without risk of breaking your website.
The Advanced Zone Editor allows you to add, edit or remove every DNS entry, including default ones.
Add email forwarders, pointing an email address to one or more other addresses (external or local).
Configure how your email is routed, required when hosting your email separately to your website.
Set an automated email reply, useful when you're away on holiday or to acknowledge support emails.
Use a single email address to send emails to multiple subscribed addresses, useful for announcements.
See information on failed email deliveries to your account and find out why an email has been rejected.
Create and manage advanced email filters for your main email account (e.g. deliver to folder, discard).
Create and manage advanced email filters for all of your email accounts (e.g. deliver to folder, discard).
Enable DKIM and configure an SPF record for your domains. This helps ensure email is delivered properly.
Create many email accounts or email forwarders at once by uploading a CSV or Excel file of addresses.
Configure spam email filters including the score threshold, auto-delete and send to spam folder options.
Create a policy to save incoming, outgoing or mailing list emails for a specified amount of time.
Send securely encrypted emails to ensure only the intended recipient can receive your messages.
You can choose to enable or disable Greylisting, a useful option to help reduce incoming spam emails.
Shows the 1,000 most recent website visits with various information logged against the visitor.
This function will display the last 300 errors logged, useful for identifying problems with your website.
Shows your current and historical bandwidth usage, including graphs and a breakdown of different services.
Download copies of Apache's raw access logs, allowing you to analyse the connections to your website.
Analog produces a simple summary of all the people who have visited your site. It's fast and lightweight.
Webalizer is a complex stats program that produces a variety of charts and graphs about your visitors.
Add and remove SSH keys for your account. To have SSH access enabled please submit a support ticket.
Block IP addresses and IP address ranges (for example malicious users) from accessing your website.
Manage your SSL certificates. Installing an SSL certificate is free and support assistance is not required.
Hotlink protection can be enabled to help prevent other websites from directly linking to your files.
Allows you to prevent users from giving out or publicly posting their passwords to a restricted area of your site.
Enable or disable ModSecurity for your domains. ModSecurity helps to prevent common attacks against your website.
Install and manage PHP PEAR packages. Composer is recommended where possible (ask us to enable SSH first).
Install and manage Perl modules from the CPAN repository. Useful if your website makes use of Perl scripts.
Optimize the performance of your website by tweaking the way requests are handled and enabling compression.
Switch between PHP versions, enable or disable PHP modules and tweak PHP options as you please.
Cron jobs allow you to schedule certain commands or scripts to run automatically in the background.
Network tools which can be used to help verify your DNS is set up correctly and pointing at the right servers.
Choose how Apache will present directories which don't have an index file (list or hide the directory's files).
Edit the content of error pages shown (e.g. 401 Authorization required, 403 Forbidden, 404 Not found).
Scan your entire account (including mail and website storage) for viruses and identify infected files.
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