Multiple Control Panels
Learn exactly what can be found behind the words ‘Multiple Control Panels’ and why deciding on a a Control Panel is indeed important for your website hosting account.
A control panel is a web-based graphic interface that makes it possible to manage numerous features of your web hosting service. Examples of things you'll be able to do using this type of a software tool are file and e-mail management, DNS records editing, URL forwarding, etc. As there're many control panel brands, the services that you will be able to manage are also different and can also depend on the characteristics that the web hosting company provides. For instance, you may have a certain option in one control panel and not in another, or it may take additional steps to perform a particular task. Such a tool gives you the option to use a point-and-click interface instead of entering commands with complex syntax in a command line. Even though some users would prefer the latter option, the majority of users like the easier level of administration that a control panel can offer.
Multiple Control Panels in Dedicated Servers
We offer three different control panels with our dedicated server packages and you will be able to choose any of them during the registration process in accordance with what you plan to use the server for. The Hepsia Control Panel is in-house made and it'll allow you to control all your domain names in a single place as your whole content will be a single account. What is more, you can manage all of the plan renewal payments, trouble tickets and domain registrations through the very same account, so you will not have to go through different systems. The other two options, DirectAdmin and cPanel, will enable you to make separate accounts on the web server, which makes them a fantastic choice if you wish to start a reseller business, however they're more challenging to use in comparison with Hepsia, so you will need additional tech skills for both of them. A web server installed with either one features full root level access, which will give you more control over the machine.