In the hosting field, a control panel is a web-based instrument that enables you to manage your Internet hosting account through a graphic interface using various instruments. As the alternative is to type in commands in a command line, many people prefer to use a control panel to take care of their web content. There're many control panel types and the simplicity of administration through each of them differs, yet the vast majority of tools provide a basic set of services that you'll be able to control using a point-and-click interface. Such as working with files and folders, managing emails and databases or browsing access and error logs. Some control panels will allow you to do a lot more things too, so when you acquire a hosting package, you should check the advantages and disadvantages of the software tool which you will use to control your new account.
Multiple Control Panels in Dedicated Servers
If you decide to acquire one of the dedicated server
plans that we offer, you'll have as many as three control panels to choose from for your machine. The easiest one to work with is named Hepsia and it is in-house built. It will allow you to perform a lot of things in one place, so even if you have little or no experience, you'll never have any problems to control your website content, domain names, payments or support tickets without the need to sign in to another system. Hepsia also has the most user-friendly interface. In contrast, the remaining two control panels - cPanel and DirectAdmin, are more challenging to use, so you are required to have more technical skills in order to use them, but they'll provide you with increased control over various server settings and will allow you to host every domain in a separate account. The aforementioned option makes these two control panels suitable for launching a reseller business and selling hosting accounts to other people.