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How to upload your website files in cPanel?

Nov 2, 2020   //   by h05t5cr1pt3r   //   Blog, cPanel, Domain  //  No Comments

Follow these steps on how to upload your website to your HostScripter Web hosting account running cPanel.

Step 1 of 10

Log into the customer (cPanel) portal at https://yourdomain.com/cpanel, Replacing yourdomain.com with your real domain as provided in your welcome email.

Step 2 of 10

You will then be logged into the customer (cPanel) portal for the account you wish to upload the files for.

Step 3 of 10

In the Files section click on the File Manager icon.

Step 4 of 10

Select the Web Root (public_html/www) option and press the Go button.

Step 5 of 10

You will now see the File Manager screen. If there were other files present, delete those files except for the cgi-bin.

Step 6 of 10

Click on the Upload icon.

Step 7 of 10

Press the Browse button to select the file you wish to upload.

Step 8 of 10

Navigate to the file you wish to upload and press the Open button. If uploading multiple files, zip your files.

Step 9 of 10

You will then see a status for the file upload.

Step 10 of 10

When the upload is complete click on the link Back to /home/customer/public_html.

You will now see your uploaded file in your File Manager screen.

Then repeat steps 6 to 10 until you have uploaded all the required files. If you uploaded a zip file, select the zip file and click extract here.

How to create your own custom email account?

Mar 20, 2018   //   by   //   Blog, cPanel, Domain  //  No Comments

You are thinking if you can have an email address something like iam@handsome.com? or anything you  want? Well, it is possible! Just follow this steps and consider my advices.

Firstly, before going into the procedures, you should have your own domain name (ex: erickabuzo.com). If you don’t have, you can buy one HERE.

Considering that you have your domain and cpanel account,

1. Log in to your cPanel > Mail section > Email Accounts menu:

2. If you have multiple domains, select the domain you want your email account to be associated with in the drop-down list in the top right corner and enter the desired email and a strong password of your choice:

Click on Create Account once all is set.

3. To log in your own webmail, visit in your browser’s address bar:

www.yourdomain.com/webmail

4. Once done, you will see the icons of the three webmail interfaces:

5. Feel free to choose any access webmail. I suggest Read Mail Using SquirrelMail.