How to Customize a cPanel Account in WHM

Once you have created a cPanel account within WHM, you can modify a cPanel account using the “Modify an Account” feature to make any changes. You can make many changes, including:

  • the cPanel username
  • the main domain on the account
  • cPanel features, such as the number of addon and parked domains
  • disk quota and bandwidth values
  • … and many more

This article pertains to WHM, a feature only available to VPS Hosting, Dedicated Hosting, and Reseller Hosting users. Shared Hosting users do not have WHM access.

To modify a cPanel account:

  1. Log into your WHM
  2. Click “Modify an Account” in the left menu under the “Account Functions” header
  3. Choose the account in question by either clicking the main domain name or the username, and then click “Modify
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  4. Make your desired changes and then click “Save
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Pre-Made Packages

Our Reseller Hosting accounts now include three pre-configured packages of different levels. These can be easily assigned to an account so you do not have to create packages from scratch. Below is a comparison chart of the included packages.

Option
Silver
Gold
Platinum
Disk Quota:2k MB5k MB10k MB
Monthly Bandwidth20k MB50k MB100k MB
Max FTP AccountsUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
Max Email AccountsUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
Max Email ListsUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
Max Databases21025
Max Sub-Domains21025
Max Parked DomainsUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
Max Addon Domains0410
Max Hourly Email500500500
Max Percent FailedUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
Other SettingsDefault SettingsDefault SettingsDefault Settings

Dedicated Server Reselling

With WHM, you can create cPanel accounts, plans, and package types. This gives you the ability to resell hosting to anyone! Learn more about dedicated reseller hosting.

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John-Paul Briones

John-Paul is an Electronics Engineer that spent most of his career in IT. He has been a Technical Writer for InMotion since 2013.

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