Reseller Hosting Linux, cPanel Web Hosting Features New Delhi NCR India
Reseller Hosting Linux, cPanel Web Hosting Features New Delhi NCR India

Features - Reseller Hosting - Linux


Each Reseller Hosting account on Linux Server comes standard with a large list of technical features including but not limited to listed below:


Reseller Hosting Features
WebHost Manager
WebHost Manager is the control center of the CPanel/WebHost Manager package. It is used to set up and manage accounts, monitor bandwidth and services, and much more - all aspects of web hosting are covered through WebHost Manager. You can keep track of the accounts on your server, their bandwidth, and disk space usage, and more with only an Internet connection and the click of a button.
Listing accounts
The List Account function displays all of the accounts on your server. It displays a variety of detailed information including the account's domain name, IP number, user name, contact e-mail, partition location, and disk space quota. At the bottom of the list is the total number of accounts and a search function that enables you to search for specific types of accounts.
Creating a new account
WebHost Manager enables you to quickly add new accounts - you simply fill in the fields to specify the account details. Using packages will speed up this process considerably - refer to Packages for more information.
Skeleton directory
The skeleton directory is the directory template that is used to create all new accounts - any files that are placed in the skeleton directory are automatically copied into new accounts. For example, if you placed an index.html file in the /public_html folder in your skeleton directory, all new accounts will have that automatically include that file.
Terminating an account
Terminating an account deletes the account and all associated files from your web server. Terminating a problematic account should be a last resort - you can always suspend an account until the problems are resolved. Refer to Suspending or unsuspending an account for more information.
Upgrading or downgrading an account
You can modify an account by upgrading or downgrading the package used for the account. This enables you to make wide-ranging changes quickly and consistently according to your pricing and package structure.
Viewing bandwidth usage
You can view the total bandwidth used, broken down by account, on your server per month.
Note: Only HTTP, POP mail, and FTP traffic statistics are currently monitored for bandwidth.
Suspending or unsuspending an account
WebHost Manager enables you to suspend problematic accounts. Suspension simply means that no web site pages are served to accounts, no FTP connections are accepted, and all e-mail is blocked. Suspension is the first step in dealing with problematic accounts.
Modifying the Suspended Account page
The Suspended Account page is the HTML page that account holders will see when they attempt to log in to their account. You can modify the default page to contain your specific contact information and brading, if required.
Modifying an account password
You can change an account holder's password , if required. This is usually necessary when the account holder can not remember their password.
Listing subdomains
WebHost Manager enables you to list all subdomains on your server. This function will display all subdomains and parked domains, sorted by domain name.
Changing the WebHost Manager theme
You can select a theme for WebHost Manager from the themes that you have installed. This theme only applies to the user name with which you logged in.
Packages
Packages enables you to create your own custom web hosting packages and are a critical function in WebHost Manager. These packages form the core service of your web hosting business, and your pricing structure needs to be carefully thought out. WebHost Manager helps you in this process by allowing you to customize a large number of parameters, from disk space and bandwidth to the number of sub-domains and MySQL databases, as well as specifying whether CGI, shell access, and what CPanel default theme are provided.
Using the Feature Manager
The Feature Manager enables you to control the functions that are available in your customer's CPanel. You can create one or more feature lists, each with their own functionality, that you then assign to each new customer when you create the account.
FrontPage
For better or worse, FrontPage is an extremely popular web site design tool. In order to support clients who use FrontPage, you need to install FrontPage extensions on their site so that the FrontPage's "quirks" will work correctly on a Linux server.
If you need to reinstall FrontPage extensions for an account, uninstall the current extensions first before reinstalling.

Note: Dinsol.com does not encourage the use of FrontPage nor does it take responsibility for any of the things that FrontPage, or any other Microsoft product, does to your server.
cPanel Branding
You can customise CPanel with your own graphics using the branding function in WebHostManager.
 
 
CPanel
CPanel is a fully featured web-based control panel that allows you to manage your domain through a web interface. The idea is to transfer as much of the control and responsibility of managing your web site to you. You have the ability to manage all aspects of e-mail, files, backup, FTP, CGI scripts, and web site statistics.
CPanel themes
Themes are the visual representation of the CPanel user interface - in other words, what CPanel looks like. We offer number of standard cPanel themes. In case, you would like to have your default cPanel theme change, you can contact the Support Team.
eMail
The Mail area allows you to manage all aspects of your e-mail, from adding new accounts, managing mailing lists, and setting spam filters. There are quite a number of options available, so take your time.

All e-mail options can be used in conjunction with each other. For example, you could set up an autoresponder on your main account to e-mail an "Out of Office" message, a forwarder to send the e-mail to your uncle's house where you are staying, and a spam filter to reject all e-mail with "credit" in the subject line. This flexibility is what makes e-mail so powerful as a communication medium.
E-mail Filtering
You can block an e-mail using spam filters. Spam is the electronic version of junk mail, and has been around since the Internet was created. E-mail filters are a way of filtering your e-mail to remove unwanted mail based on a variety of criteria. You can block any sort of e-mail, not just mail of a commercial nature.
Autoresponders
Autoresponders are e-mail messages that are sent automatically when an e-mail arrives for a specific e-mail account. Autoresponders are most commonly used for an "Out of Office" style message to inform your correspondents that you are not available, without you having to reply manually. You can have more than one autoresponder on one account. You can use plain text or include HTML code in the autoresponder, and choose from a wide variety of character sets.
Forwarders
Forwards simply allow you to automatically forward e-mail sent to one account to another account. This is useful when you work at two separate locations, or have gone on holiday.
Web Mail
You can read your online e-mail using NeoMail, Horde, or SquirrelMail. All of these popular web mail applications allow you to read your e-mail, save them, keep an address book, and perform all of the other basic e-mail functions that you are used to. The main difference between web mail and an offline e-mail applications, such as Eudora or Microsoft Outlook Express, is that all of these functions are performed online, rather than on your own computer, and offline applications generally provide more features.
Web mail is optional. You can still use your favorite offline e-mail applications, if you prefer.
Mailing Lists
Mailing lists are an ideal tool for communication between far-flung participants and can be about anything you want. Mailman allows you to set up a mailing list with a large number of configurable options, such as who is on the list, where mailing lists messages are sent, and whether you include welcoming messages to new subscribers.
Spam Assassin
Spam Assassin is a mail filter installed on a mail server used to identify spam. It checks for spam using a large number of pre-set rules that check the header, body, and sender of all e-mail messages sent to your domain mailbox.
Mail Exchanger (MX Entry)
By altering your MX (Mail Exchange Record) Entry you can point your e-mail to another mail server, if this is required.
We will not be able to manage your e-mail if you change your MX Entry setting. Do not change your MX Entry unless you know what you are doing.
FTP Manager
The FTP area deals with all the tools relating to setting up and managing FTP accounts, as well as managing FTP sessions. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a method by which you can transfer files between computers, usually using the Internet.
We allows you to set up FTP accounts so that certain external users can access a restricted part of your system.
File Manager
The File Manager allows you to manage your site through HTML, rather than an FTP tool or other third-party application. You can upload, create or delete files, organize files in folders, and change file permissions. While not as sophisticated as most FTP tools, File Manager is free and gives you all the basic functionality necessary to manage your site.
Backup
The Backup area allows you to download the daily, weekly, or monthly backup file of your entire web site, or a particular MySQL, alias, or filter backup file. If your computer crashes, or your personal backups are destroyed, these files allow you to recover your site in a convenient manner (you could also use FTP to download each file, but it would take much longer as the files are not compressed).
Password protect directories
You can protect directories within your site from browsers by using a password to protect them. This allows you to restrict material to only authorized users or store sensitive material online.
Subdomains
Subdomains are a way of creating separate accounts within your master account, which are accessed as separate URLs. For example, you could set up a "timber" subdomain on your master account "hardware.org.mart", which would be accessed as "timber.hardware.org.mart".
MySQL
SQL stands for Structured Query Language. SQL is an international standard in querying and retrieving information from databases. MySQL is essentially an SQL server - it responds to requests for information that are written in SQL. You can communicate with MySQL using a wide variety of programming languages (PHP being one of the most common). MySQL is Open Source software and free for use.
Redirects
The Redirects area allows you to redirect Internet traffics from one web page to another. This is usually used when a web page has been moved to another location.
Frontpage Extensions
Frontpage Extensions allow you to publish your web site using Microsoft Frontpage. These extensions can occasionally become corrupted, so you can uninstall and then reinstall Frontpage Extensions whenever required.
Web/FTP Stats
The Web / FTP Statistics area presents you with a wide variety of information about your web site, from the latest visitors to a detailed monthly summary of hits, as well as providing an error log. Use the Statistics tools to keep track of what pages are being visited most often, and where they are being referred from.
Raw Log Manager
Raw access logs contain all the recorded hit information that your site has received. You can set the Raw Log Manager to archive this information every month and/or delete the previous month's log at the end of every month.
CGI Center
CGI Center area allows you to use some pre-installed CGI scripts through CPanel. This section contains information about using these scripts, as well as using CGI scripts in general. Following scripts are available through CGI Center:
Simple CGI Wrappper, Random HTML, Guestbook, Advanced Guestbook, Counter Maker, Clock, Java CountDown/CountUp Maker, CGI EMail, FormMail Clone, Entropy Search, Entropy Banner

Please Note: Some scripts may be disabled due to security issue or bug.
Shopping carts
Agora & Interchange shopping cart - is a fully-featured shopping cart that can be installed with the click of a button.
Cron jobs
Cron jobs allow you to automate repetitive tasks on the server that hosts your web site. This is a powerful tool that allows you to take a hands-free approach to repetitive tasks. For example, you could add a cron job that automatically copies a MySQL database to a separate location on your site as a backup.
MIME Types
MIME types tell browsers how to handle specific extensions. Most MIME types are set globally on the server. For example, the text/html MIME type equates to htm, html, and shtml extensions on most servers, and this tells your browser to interpret all files with those extensions as HTML files. You can alter or add new MIME types specifically for your site (note that you can not alter the global MIME type values, only add to them). MIME types are often used to handle new technologies as they appear. When WAP technology first appeared no one had these extensions set up on their server. With MIME types, however, you could have set it up yourself and begun serving WAP pages immediately.
Apache handlers
Apache is an open-source HTTP server, and is used to serve your site. Apache handlers tell the server how to deal with web files that need to be processed on the server. For example, Apache is set up to process files with .pl extensions using Perl. However, if for some reason you also wanted to process files with .script extension using Perl, then you would have to set up a custom Apache handler for your site.
Warning: Please check with us before adding an Apache handler, as we can easily alter the correct functioning of your web site.
OpenPGP keys
OpenPGP is a tool for secure online communication. CPanel uses GnuPG for its public-key cryptography so that users may communicate securely. Each person gets a pair of keys, called the public key and the private key. Each person's public key is published while the private key is kept secret. Messages are encrypted using the intended recipient's public key and can only be decrypted using their private key.
HotLink Prevention
Hotlinking is when another web site owner links directly to one or more of your images or multimedia files and includes it on their web page. Not only is this theft of your intellectual property, you are paying for the bandwidth used by that site. CPanel can prevent hotlinking by only allowing named sites (such as your own web site) to access files on your site.
Index Manager
The Index Manager enables you to control how directories on your web site are displayed. If there is no index.html in a particular directory, the contents of the directory will be displayed to the browser. This is usually undesirable and can cause security issues. You can set the four different options for any directory through the Index Manager.
IP Deny Manager
The IP Deny Manager enables you to block access to your web site from specific IP addresses. This is useful to remove nuisance surfers who use a large amount of bandwidth or to prevent hotlinking to your site.
Shell/Telnet access
We DO NOT allow SSH/Shell/Telnet access on our servers.


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