Cpanel Online Training

cPanel is a Linux based web hosting control panel that offers a graphical interface and a series of automation tools planned to streamline the procedure of hosting a web site. cPanel uses a 3 tier structure that offers competences for administrators, resellers, and end-user website owners to regulate different features of website and server administration by using a usual web browser. IT professionals aspiring to plan a rewarding career in web development and web technologies will find Cpanel online training is the most suitable entry to this specialized profession.

Cpanel training conducted Tysco Online Trainings  is widely acceptable in industry because of its best quality, industry compatibility, cost efficiency. Cpanel tutorials are developed by teachers available for teaching.

CPANEL TRAINING COURSE CONTENT:

CPANEL X3 SKIN

  • Logging into cPanel
  • Creating an email account
  • Creating an FTP account
  • Using webmail
  • Setting up an addon domain
  • Changing your cPanel password
  • Creating a subdomain
  • Backing up and restoring your website
  • Viewing your disk space usage
  • Accessing your website statistics via Webalizer
  • Allowing remote MySQL connections
  • Accessing Web Disk
  • Blocking an IP address
  • Changing your cPanel style
  • Changing your MX record
  • Controlling FTP sessions
  • Creating a MySQL database
  • Creating a URL redirect
  • Creating an auto responder
  • Creating an email forwarder
  • Installing FrontPage extensions
  • Managing a MySQL database with phpMyAdmin
  • Managing raw access logs
  • Parking a domain
  • Password-protecting a directory
  • Setting up a cron job
  • Updating your contact information in cpanel
  • Using fantastico
  • Using file manager
  • Using hotlink protection
  • Using spamassassin
  • Using the index manager
CPANEL X SKIN

  • Creating an email account
  • Creating an FTP account
  • Accessing webmail
  • Adding an addon domain
  • Changing your cPanel password
  • Adding a subdomain
  • Backing up your account
  • Creating a URL redirect
  • Creating an auto-responder
  • Creating an email forwarder
  • Installing FrontPage extensions
  • Accessing phpMyAdmin from cPanel
  • Parking a domain
  • Password-protecting a directory
  • Using the file manager
  • Creating MySQL databases and database users
  • Enabling hotlink protection
  • Creating custom error pages

Using the index manager