Functions in cPanel

Create an add-on domain
Create an auto-responder
Backup your website
Create a default (catch-all) email account
Keep your contact information up to date
Create a MySQL database
Setup a Cron Job
Using the Disk Usage Viewer
Create custom error pages
Using File Manager
Setup email forwarding
Install and uninstall FrontPage extensions
Create additional FTP accounts
Using Hotlink protection
Using Index Manager
Use the IP Deny Manager
Becoming familiar and navigating around in cPanel
How to park a domain
Managing MySQL databases with PHPMyAdmin
Create a POP email account
Password protect a directory
Change your cPanel password
Manage the Raw Access Logs
Manage URL redirects
Change your cPanel Style
Create a subdomain
Trace an email address
Use Web Disk in cPanel
Use webmail from within cPanel

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