This guide explains all the basics and gives you step-by-step instructions for tackling some of the most common tasks like setting up websites, email accounts, and domain names.

If you need a bit more help, c Panel has some video tutorials of its own here.

Just punch in what you’re after, and c Panel will dig it up for you.

You’ll also be asked to create a password for the user.

Just below these fields, you’ll find a section called “Services” where you can take care of a handful of key settings.

To work on the same theme we’re working on, choose “Basic” by clicking the “Apply” button in the top right corner next to the style. You can find the navigation bar in the top right corner of the screen.

In it, there’s a simple search field, a link to your user preferences, a notifications bell, and the logout link.

There are three icons next to each account (you can see them in the screenshot above): You can easily edit any user there, change their password or delete them with the options listed below the account name.

To add a new user, click on the “Add User” button in the top right corner: You’ll then be taken to the following screen: You’ll add the user’s full name, the username, the domain that the new user should be associated with and, if you want, an alternative email that the user can be reached at.

One of the most important things you must do in c Panel is provide an email where you can receive updates when needed.

Why this step is crucial: To get to these settings, click on “Contact Information” to reach the following screen: We recommend having all the boxes under “Contact Preferences” checked, as they’re all updates that could alert you to suspicious activities (e.g someone else changing your password) or a hosting problem (e.g disk space being used up).

Using the Password Generator is likely the right way to go, as it will give you a strong and secure password.