Read these articles to learn about cPanel's advanced features and how to enhance your web site's functionality.
You can use cPanel to configure cron jobs so commands run at user-defined intervals. This article covers what a cron job is, as well as how to add, edit, or delete a cron job.
You can add and delete custom Apache handlers for your web site to specify how certain file types are processed by the server. This article covers the basics of Apache handlers, and adding/deleting custom Apache handlers.
This article covers how to create (and delete) custom error pages for your web site to define what a user sees when an error occurs.
You can use cPanel to configure custom MIME types for your web site. This article covers what MIME types are, and how to add/delete a custom MIM type.
You can control how your web site handles directory listings in cPanel. This article covers different directory index options, and how to modify a directory's index settings.
You can use cPanel's virus scanner to check your account files for viruses, trojan horses, and other types of malware. This article covers what the virus scanner looks for, as well as how to run a virus scan on your files.
Patchman helps protect your web site from malware and vulnerabilities. Learn how Patchman works, as well as how to access and configure it, in this article.
As a reseller, there are additional options available in cPanel to help you manage your customer sites and help protect them from malware and vulnerabilities. This article shows you how to utilize Patchman in cPanel to monitor and manage customer sites.
A2 Hosting offers additional options in cPanel to help you manage your sites and help protect them from malware and vulnerabilities. This article gives you an overview of Patchman, how to manage customer accounts with Patchman, and an overview of Patchman policies you can deploy.