One of the important aspects of maintaining your website is to log into cPanel. You can handle many elements of your website with this web-based control panel, including files, databases, emails, and more. All necessary upgrades or modifications to your website must be made by logging into your cPanel.
Yet, logging in to cPanel may seem difficult to individuals who are unfamiliar with the site. In this manual, we’ll walk you through the easy steps for logging into cPanel so you can start effectively managing your website along with some typical cPanel login issues. So, let’s get started!
With shared and cloud hosting services, the customer portal offers a single sign-on option to your personal cPanel. To access your cPanel from your customer portal, follow the instructions below:
You can also access and log in to your control panel from any browser by entering the following information into your address bar if your domain is active on our servers just by replacing “example.com” with your actual domain name. Here’s how:
Once you’ve logged in, you’ll be directed to the cPanel dashboard. From here, you can manage various aspects of your website, including file management, email accounts, and database administration, among other things.
Port 2083 is occasionally banned by a personal or corporate firewall, which is used for cPanel logins. However, the following could be the reason why you can’t log in and access to cPanel:
If none of these suggestions work for you, please feel free to get in touch with us if you need further help.