WHM/cPanel is a great hosting control panel that eases the server administration dramatically. It has a very easy and straightforward interface for everyday use.
However, many people don’t know the difference between WHM and cPanel. So let’s make a brief explanation.
WHM (Web Hosting Manager) is the core program that has administrative access to the back-end of cPanel. With WHM you can create cPanel accounts and set global settings that apply to them or the server. You can also create reseller accounts and offer hosting services to clients or you can use it for your own personal needs.
cPanel, on the other hand, is the website management panel and allows you to create databases, email accounts, FTP users, add-on domains, subdomains etc. Each individual cPanel account controls the settings for that particular account.
According to WHM/cPanel every 6 seconds a domain is created using a cPanel account and every 14.5 seconds a cPanel hosting account is created online. Those are staggering stats that show the usage of WHM/cPanel around the world.
Therefore in this article, we will cover 6 common WHM/cPanel problems that people encounter when using the control panel.