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Status of cPanel Conference 2017

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This year’s hurricane season has been hugely impactful for us here at cPanel. Our human and non-human families have been touched by the flooding that happened as a result of Hurricane Harvey, and much of the cPanel Community is being impacted by Hurricane Irma in Florida. With the cPanel conference being hosted in Fort Lauderdale in just 15 days, we’re keeping a very close eye on the developments there. This post will be the …

What the duck? A/B Testing at #cPConf 2017

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You know that feeling of relief you get when you finish a big marketing project? You did everything right, the bosses seem satisfied, and you feel like you can kick back and relax. I remember that feeling, as it lulled me into a false sense of security. Everything seemed great, I had sorted out all of our problems, and everyone treated me like I was the company rock star. Until six months later… The honeymoon ...

August 2017 Development Update

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This month we spent mostly fixing bugs in version 66 and rounding out what we’re going to be able to complete in version 68. Version 66 Version 66 has rolled out to more than half of the licenses on the RELEASE tier, and is anticipated to enter the STABLE tier as soon as September 6th (If you’re not sure what the tiers are, you can read about them here). There are a lot of factors that ...

PHP-FPM at #cPConf2017

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Intro I am Julian Brown a Developer on Team Honey Badger, which developed and maintain the PHP-FPM system in EasyApache 4 at cPanel. I have been developing software in various industries for 30+ years and enjoy working at cPanel. I am a leader in the Boy Scouts of America (my two sons are Eagle Scouts). I have a wife, two adult sons and 3 cats. Let’s talk PHP-FPM My talk at the

cPConference 2017; 34 Days and Counting…

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As of today we are just 34 short days away from the 2017 cPanel Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. You’ve seen the details on the website, and read about the venues on the blog, but if you haven’t read the talk schedule you’re missing the best part of the conference. I’m going to highlight a few of the talks I’m most excited about, and then each Wednesday up to the …

AutoSSL with Even Greater Control

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Last year when we introduced AutoSSL into cPanel & WHM it was a continued step in our effort to provide our customers added protection for their sites as well as their servers. More than 3.5 million certifications later, not only have we made the global internet arena a more secure place but in version 66  we’ve granted users additional control over how certificates are administered across their domains. Domain Specific Validation Comodo …

WordPress Manager | A Better WordPress Experience with cPanel

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Over the past year, we have been working to better develop both the infrastructure and the experience of using cPanel with WordPress. This time our goal has been to provide our customers with an easy, dependable, self-service method for managing WordPress sites through the cPanel interface. We are pleased to be releasing the first phase of this work to our customers in the form of WordPress Manager. cPanel WordPress Manager is a …

July 2017 Development Update

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In case you’re new here, we try to do a cPanel Development update once every month. July has been a roller-coaster of a month for us, but it’s ending at the top of the hill. Let’s talk about the new stuff, the old stuff, and some fun stuff. Version 66

Version 66 Backup Updates

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Here at cPanel, Inc., we pride ourselves on our customers’ satisfaction. Our goal has always been to create an experience unlike any other. We do this by implementing new features based upon your requests and by enhancing the current system to perform faster, more efficiently, and smoothly. Google Drive™ and Rsync Backup Destinations Many of you requested the ability for a Google Drive transport with Backups. And as …

The Internet Belongs to All of Us | Net Neutrality

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Whether you’re doing online day-trading or just sending a snap, we all use the internet. It is a crazy, amazing, and magical place filled with interesting ideas and endless opportunities. Companies, just like Netflix, YouTube, Facebook, Snapchat, and of course cPanel, have come into existence through curiosity, competition, and the infinite, limitless playground we call the world wide web. Through cyber selection, entire enterprises have flourished and the way that we consume, acquire, …

Urgent DCV Updates This Week

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The cPanel Market SSL Provider allows webhosts to easily sell DV, EV, and OV SSLs through cPanel. Similarly, AutoSSL automatically requests and installs free SSLs for hosted domains. Both of these features allow you to install SSLs issued by cPanel, and signed by Comodo. Late last week we were alerted to changes that Comodo is making to how they handle domain verification. If you have cPanel & WHM updates set to automatically be applied, then you don’t need …

WHM Frames Have Left the Building

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Though we have mentioned the motion a couple times before, we wanted to post a quick note for everyone now that we’re getting close to releasing cPanel & WHM Version 66 to our CURRENT tier and beyond. Frameless WHM has arrived! In v66, we have finally achieved our goal of removing the FRAMEs that separate the left-navigation area and top header areas of WHM from it’s main content area. This completes a goal we started ...

7 Ways We’ve Improved Email Hosting on cPanel & WHM

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It’s been a little while since we did an old-fashioned feature-round-up on any of the applications on a cPanel server. Email hosting on cPanel & WHM servers has gotten a whole lot better in the last year. Let’s talk about some of the awesome features that we’ve recently added to make hosting email on a cPanel & WHM server a breeze for webhosting providers, system administrators, and cPanel users. cPanel & WHM Version 58 SubAddressing ...

Conference Planning and Venue Picking

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Hi, I’m Ken. Many of you know me as the man in the green hat (have a visual aid). Earlier this year our Marketing Department was pulled away from the conference to work on other things, and I offered to take over the planning to make sure we still had a conference this year. In May I went to finalize things with the venue and took a few folks …

June Development Update

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The month of June is all about putting the finishing touches on version 66, and getting started on version 68. Version 66 hit Feature Freeze last week (take a look at this post about the cPanel Development Process if you aren’t sure what that means), so we know what features will and will not be in version 66. We went into planning for version 68 just a few weeks ago, and our teams are starting work …

May 2017 Development Update

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With version 64 in the STABLE tier, we’re getting more and more time to work on what’s next. Let’s talk about some of the stuff that you can test right now in the EDGE version of cPanel & WHM, version 66. Backups! Multiple Remote Incremental Backups One of the most exciting things included in version 64 was the ability to retain more than one incremental backup, and be able to restore from those backups with ...

Girls in ICT at Baker College

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Every year cPanel shows our support for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education in a bunch of different ways, but we don’t often talk about it. It’s incredibly important to us that we help get young people involved in technology early, and we recognize that everyone isn’t presented with the same opportunities. Besides, who can resist the delight of a child who’s learned something new? Last week I had the pleasure of meeting 60 ...

Managing Zone Editing Permissions in cPanel

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As of cPanel & WHM version 60, the cPanel interface had four different places that allowed you to edit your zone files in different ways. The Simple DNS Editor (cPanel >> Domains >> Simple DNS Editor) allowed the user to setup A records, and CNAMEs records. The Advanced DNS Editor (cPanel >> Domains >> Advanced DNS Editor) provided the ability to setup, edit, and delete records such as TXT records, SRV records, and AAAA records. The MX Entry interface provided …

1 Day Left, 5 Reasons to Speak

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The cPanel Conference is just 5 short months away, and today is the last day to submit your speaker application. Some of the talks that we’ve already accepted have to do with SystemD, Custom API integrations, building your cPanel & WHM plugins, A/B testing and even a talk from our legal counsel about the risks you take on by providing open source software. Now, all we need is you! 5 Reasons for …

What’s going on in WHM?

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Hi Everyone, Adam here. I wanted to spend some time spelling out what’s going on in the user experience of cPanel & WHM. Plugin developers should pay close attention to the changes we’re making. Now that we’ve fully deprecated the X3 theme, it’s time to turn our attention to WHM. We’ve got some very simple goals when it comes to WHM: Ensure a great experience for our advanced users Assist first-time users who come to ...

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