http://yourdomainname:2082/ or http://cpanel.yourdomainname/
(replace the term yourdomainname with your actual domain name.)
Login using your cPanel username and password.
The username and password can be found in your welcome email sent to your registered email. If you do not have the correct login, please contact your us at Live chat or email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
An IP (Internet Protocol) address is Completely separate from your website domain.
IP is a sequence of numbers assigned to every device that accesses the Internet.
Your Domain is your website’s address, the location where it can be found on the Internet. Each domain name has a IP address assigned to it. Your Server’s IP address is a unique label that allows the Internet, websites, to identify your specific device when it accesses a website.
Additionally to computers and mobile devices, servers also have their own unique IP addresses.
With shared hosting, all of the resources are pooled together to host many sites without regard for who owns the site, how much traffic a site receives, etc.
With dedicated Server hosting, all of a server resources are still applied to a specific set of sites, but the way those resources are allocated is at the discretion of the person renting the server space.
Shared IP and Dedicated IP operate in the same way. While each hosting account has the same IP in a shared hosting scenario, a dedicated IP is an exclusive address that is unique to your hosted server. While a dedicated IP address is exclusively yours, you might choose to serve different sites from that IP address.
In case of shared hosting, there are often hundreds of sites that all hosted on the same server therefore, they all have the same IP address.
In the case of dedicated hosting, sites may share the same hosting provider, but do not all have the same IP address.
There is always quite a common controversial issue: Is it necessary to have a dedicated IP address for your website and why? as you can use shard one. Hosting Site on Shared Server.
Dedicated IP provides with certain crucial advantages, There are number of reasons why it is recommended to use Dedicated IP address for a website, hosted on a Shared server.
Dedicated IP will provide with ability to access server directly without changing DNS settings for the domain name, to check how website is going to look before pointing domain name to the server and launching your website on the web.
Your website running over a Shared IP address may cause unpredictable difficulties and email service may also be affected in this case. Using dedicated IP, isolates your service from being affected by consequences of abuses made by others. There are some situations when some user, sharing the same IP address with you gets banned or blacklisted for spamming which may possibly affect your email service as well.
For online-store or e-commerce related website, it is quite necessary to grab SSL certificate and Dedicated IP address for the website, in order to provide security for your data. Customers feels more safe making transactions on the website which uses dedicated IP address and SSL Certificate.
Updating your (SMTP) settings at any point after you have setup your email account on iPhone, below are the steps how you access the Outgoing Server settings, and get hosted email account to work for LINUX hosted clients.
To get done, click on SETTINGS on your iPhone.
On SETTINGS SCREEN Scroll down to MAIL > CONTACTS > CALENDARS, and click on that:
Then select the account you need to update the SMTP settings for. As it’s already established, you just select it from the list of email accounts on your iPhone or iPad:
Scroll down to the OUTGOING SERVER on EMAIL INFORMATION page for the select account.
CLICK on the OUTGOING SERVER
Now you will see a list of OUTGOING SERVERS that have been configured on your iPhone or iPad. The one that is currently set to be used with this particular email account is at the top and highlighted: Primary Server. So click on that one.
Now you will see the settings for that PRIMARY OUTGOING SERVER:
WordPress3.8 is now available via Softaculous. Upgrade your existing installation to 3.8 with one click or install a fresh new blog.
WordPress has gotten a facelift. 3.8 brings a fresh new look to the entire admin dashboard. Gone are overbearing gradients and dozens of shades of grey — bring on a bigger, bolder, more colorful design!
The new WordPress dashboard has a fresh, uncluttered design that embraces clarity and simplicity.
The Open Sans typeface provides simple, friendly text that is optimized for both desktop and mobile viewing. It’s even open source, just like WordPress.
Beautiful design should never sacrifice legibility. With superior contrast and large, comfortable type, the new design is easy to read and a pleasure to navigate.
WordPress on every device
We all access the internet in different ways. Smartphone, tablet, notebook, desktop — no matter what you use, WordPress will adapt and you’ll feel right at home.
High definition at high speed
WordPress is sharper than ever with new vector-based icons that scale to your screen. By ditching pixels, pages load significantly faster, too.
Admin color schemes to match your personality
WordPress just got a colorful new update. WordPress 3.8 includes eight new admin color schemes so you can pick the one that suits you best.
Color schemes can be previewed and changed from your Profile page.
Refined theme management
The new themes screen lets you survey your themes at a glance. Or want more information? Click to discover more. Then sit back and use your keyboard’s navigation arrows to flip through every theme you’ve got.
Smoother widget experience
Drag-drag-drag. Scroll-scroll-scroll. Widget management can be complicated. With the new design, WordPress team has worked to streamline the widgets screen.
Have a large monitor? Multiple widget areas stack side-by-side to use the available space. Using a tablet? Just tap a widget to add it.
Twenty Fourteen, a sleek new magazine theme
Turn your blog into a magazine
Create a beautiful magazine-style site with WordPress and Twenty Fourteen. Choose a grid or a slider to display featured content on your homepage. Customize your site with three widget areas or change your layout with two page templates.
With a striking design that does not compromise our WordPress’ simplicity, Twenty Fourteen is the most intrepid default theme yet.