In the Internet hosting world, a control panel is a web-based tool that enables you to manage your hosting account via a graphic interface using various tools. Considering that the alternative is to input commands inside a command line, most of the people prefer to use a control panel to take care of their webpage content. There're many different control panel types and the simplicity of administration through each of them differs, yet the vast majority of software tools provide a basic set of services that you will be able to manage through a point-and-click interface. Such as working with files and folders, managing emails and databases or browsing access and error logs. Several control panels will enable you to do many more things as well, so when you buy a hosting package, you should check the pros and cons of the software tool that you will use to control your new account.

Multiple Control Panels in Dedicated Servers

In case you acquire one of the dedicated server plans that we sell, you will find three separate control panels on the signup page. The first is our Hepsia Control Panel, which will allow you to manage the entire server as a single account, so you will see all your domain names, emails, databases, invoices and support tickets in a single place. The other two, cPanel and DirectAdmin, will permit you to make multiple accounts and if you get the server with some of them, you'll also have full root access. Both of the control panels will also give you the chance to make your own internet hosting company due to the fact that they have a reseller level that will enable you to create hosting packages and take care of a lot of server-side settings. Hepsia is the perfect choice when you want everything to be simple, while cPanel and DirectAdmin are excellent if you want to have more control and when you have some practical experience in maintaining your own server.