cPanel equips you with an easy interface to manage your domains and websites. The cPanel account at Sangkrit.net gives you access to several free applications to let you easily make different types of websites in a very short interval of time and that too without any technical skills.
But do you know you can also create separate cPanel hosting accounts on your Sangkrit.net VPS or Dedicated Server by using the WHM interface? Each cPanel account can have its primary domain and each can be given the privilege to host multiple domains. You can also set resource limits over new cPanel accounts. This includes disk space, bandwidth, email accounts, and more. You can either use the package defaults or customize these limits as per your requirements.
To create a new cPanel account you will need to set the following things:
- Domain: The domain name for the new cPanel account.
- Username: A username for the new account.
- Password: A strong password for the new account or you may also use the password generator.
- Email: An email address associated with the account.
- Package: The hosting package or resource allocation for the account. If needed, you can create custom packages in WHM.
- Settings: You may also configure any additional settings such as selecting a theme, enabling or disabling DNS clustering, and more.
Then simply follow these steps to create a new cPanel account:
- Login to your Sangkrit.net Account
- Click the Servers tab
- Click Manage button
- You will be directed to your server’s admin panel
- Click Account Functions or use the search box to find it
- Click Create a New Account
- Fill up the mandatory fields and click Create
Now the Web Host Manager will display you a results page outlining your new Account. Next, you will see Account Creation Complete!!! at the bottom of the screen. Simply repeat the steps to create more cPanel accounts.
The accounts you create are accessible from the Servers tab on your Sangkrit.net products page. Go back to step no. 1, and you will see all your cPanel accounts are listed there. The new account holders would be able to log in to cPanel with the provided username and password to manage their website, email, and other hosting-related services.