From time to time, I come across the term cPanel on the Internet. It seems that many Internet users, especially webmasters, like to talk about cPanel and share their experiences with one another on the subject. As a matter of fact, it has become such a common term that many people think “cPanel” is a generic name for any Web site control interface. While this is true to some degree, I have reasons to disagree a little bit with this statement and let me explain why.
CPanel, a license to which you can get on sites such as www.roboshift.com, is in fact a company name and a commercial product. It is also an easy way for webmasters to maintain their sites so that webmasters can do most if not all things themselves. Using this type of interface usually gives me a lot of fun and satisfaction as I am a proud owner of a license to use this particular platform. The license can be easily obtained on RoboShift. I am writing about it because I am not exactly sure how many of you have this type of license.
Webmasters can now do just about any routine maintenance and site customizing with the help of cPanel, something that wasn’t possible in the past when such panels weren’t available to the public. Webmasters can do most things on their own schedule and their “own dime” independently from their hosting provider. As a matter of fact, the panel is so easy to use that anybody should be able to use it without that much help from somebody more qualified.
I recommend cPanel to all webmasters, whether they are new to the Internet or whether they are veterans. I cannot think of a better and more comprehensive solution to managing websites than this particular solution.