cPanel Reseller Hosting with WordPress Manager

cPanel Reseller Hosting with WordPress Manager

cPanel reseller hosting is when a business with cPanel accounts creates and hosts accounts for others in order for them to manage their own hosting resources.

However, WordPress Manager is used with cPanel in some reseller hosting packages/offers. It is used to manage all of your WordPress Hosting, which is used to create websites and blogs, which make up a large majority of the internet. WordPress is often used because users don’t need to know much or any coding for websites, they can simply build it using the software. This makes it easier and quicker to set up rather than programming a website from scratch, and the bonus is that it’s free, easy to setup, and is customisable with plugins and themes.

Uses of WordPress Manager for cPanel Reseller Hosting


If users need to add in any extra features, such as calendars, payment methods, marketing, and even shipping services, then it can easily be done through the usage of plugins which are readily available for users on the internet, some of these plugins are free to use whereas others need to be purchased first.

Search engines

Due to the simplicity of the programming for WordPress, it’s easy for search engines to index the content of the website, especially with the use of tags on individual posts and pages. It can be easily navigated by the usage of tags, keywords, titles, and descriptions via search engines.

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Blog setup

The software was intended to be used as a platform for blogs, so a lot of features are already pre-made and built in, making it easier for users that wish to make a blog-based site. It also enables users to set up email subscriptions for their blog and a comments section to allow people to interact with their posts and site.

No HTML edits

Due to the fact that WordPress is self-contained, it does not require any editing software for HTML, everything can be done from WordPress itself, whether it’s creating a new page, post, uploading text, images, documents, and video files. Everything can simply be done through the system, making it much easier to manage.


No matter how big your website may get, the performance of it will never falter or go down despite having numerous pages or posts saved onto it. Which is handy if your business is growing rapidly or is already well known, and you wish to use WordPress to manage and make your site.

Number of users

If a user is the administrator of a site that uses WordPress, they’re capable of setting up multiple users for their website as well as assigning different levels of access and permissions to individual users. This is handy if they need to restrict access to certain features whilst allowing others to have more permissions.

WordPress Manger features (Client area)
Managing installations

Using WordPress Manager allows users to add and remove installations, plugins, and scripts onto their system. Giving them more control and customisation without the need of help from technicians, admins, or web designers to install extensions onto their space.

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Editing accounts

Viewing, creating, editing, and deleting installations of WordPress on reseller accounts can be done with WordPress manager for cPanel and DirectAdmin.


With WordPress Manager, you can receive email notifications as well as get visual alerts to notify you when an update is ready.


The ability to update WordPress installations to the most recent and up to date version in one batch.

Installation details

WordPress Manager allows you to view details on installations such as the domain and URL, WordPress version, site name, directory path, creation date, debug status, instance status, and database access details.

Page details

The page details of a website can be viewed in detail giving information on the general performance, page statistics, diagnostics, and audits passed successfully.


Some of the other abilities WordPress Manager allows you to make are:

logging onto Control Panel, clearing cache, cloning to new domain, changing domain, updating to newest version, and creating staging.

You can also toggle auto upgrades for WordPress installation, plugins, and themes, enable and disable SSL and maintenance mode too.

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