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Hosting Account Administrators can access your Hosting Control Center to help you manage your hosting account. Here’s how to create them for your account.
After you’ve backed up your shared hosting account (more info), you can use those backups to restore your account.
This article assumes you are using a backup you created using Backing up Your Shared Hosting Account. You cannot necessarily use these instructions to migrate your website between hosting accounts.
To Restore Your [...]
If you need a safe place to store passwords for your website, we offer you the Password Vault. Since it’s not located on your computer, you don’t need to worry about physical compromise, and it lays behind multiple layers of password protection in your ac
A redirect automatically sends your website’s visitors to a chosen destination, either a different location within the same site or a new site entirely.
On Linux® shared hosting accounts, you can view and end FTP, SSH, and Web connections. This gives you the ability to control connections to your server and to kill run-away scripts.
Bandwidth measures how much data visitors to your website consume. If you need more, you can add it to your account.
If you need to know what kind of hosting you have, this article gives you the details you need.
If you have a cPanel or Plesk shared hosting account (more info), you can change the language your control panel uses.
To Change Your Control Panel’s Language
Log in to your Account Manager.
Click Web Hosting.
Click one of the following, based on the type of [...]
Your hosting account is on a computer — just like a personal computer. So, just like a personal computer you can manage your website’s files and directories, with tasks like:
Archiving (zipping) and unarchiving
Changes you make through your hosting account’s file manager will take effect on the Internet immediately.
To Manage Your [...]
If you currently have a shared hosting account, you can upgrade it to our new, more-powerful hosting account.