In the Internet hosting field, a control panel is a web-based instrument that will help you to control your web hosting account via a graphic interface using various instruments. Considering that the alternative is to enter commands in a command line, many people prefer to use a control panel to manage their web page content. There're many different control panel types and the ease of administration through each one is different, but the vast majority of software tools offer a basic set of services that you'll be able to manage through a point-and-click interface. Such as working with files and folders, managing emails and databases or viewing access and error logs. Several control panels will enable you to do a lot more things too, so when you purchase a web hosting plan, you should check the benefits and drawbacks of the software instrument that you will use to manage your new account.

Multiple Control Panels in Dedicated Servers

If you buy one of the dedicated server packages that we sell, you'll find 3 different control panels on the order page. The first one is our Hepsia Control Panel, that will enable you to control the whole server as a single account, so you'll see all your domains, e-mail addresses, databases, invoices and support tickets in one place. The other two, cPanel and DirectAdmin, will permit you to create multiple accounts and in case you get the server with them, you'll also have full root access. Both of the control panels will also give you the opportunity to launch your own internet hosting company because they have a reseller level which will allow you to create hosting plans and manage multiple server-side settings. Hepsia is the top choice if you want everything to be simple, while cPanel and DirectAdmin are suitable if you want to have additional control and in case you have some practical experience in controlling your own server.