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  1. #16
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    Admin panel is a control center of your hosting account.

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    admin panel is the opreating area of a hosted website. i have a site and the control panel of domainname.pk is very efficient.

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    Numerous responses here, all correct but disjointed.

    Your web site is a collection of web pages (.html documents) plus some software needed to deliver them to web browsers of people "visiting" your site. The software can range from a basic web server (fetches .html files off disk and chucks them out to the user) to more sophisticated software that actually generates web pages on the fly depending on what the user is doing.

    A basic 5 page web site on a cheap/free hosting service falls under the former category. A blog falls under the latter (the blog software gets bits out of a database, glues them together and sends them to the visitor's browser.)

    When you want to manipulate files on your home computer you just turn it on and you see on your screen what is on the computer and you delete, move or modify files on the disk.

    The problem with your web site is that it is on a computer without a screen, and it is a long way away. You need a way to see what is going on, where are the files, and other information as well. To do this, a program called an admin panel resides on this remote computer. You access it via your web browser at a url that was provided when you opened your hosting account.

    The most common admin panels for basic web hosting are Plesk, Webmin and CPanel. You will likely get one with your hosting package. You can do much more than manipulate html files with these interfaces. You can add domains, create email addresses, set scheduled tasks and more.

    You need first to understand conceptually what you are doing, then log in as was suggested above, and begin play around.

    There are also admin panels such as Joomla which is an open source content management system. It generates pages dynamically on demand rather than serving pages form your disk. That is too advanced for you right now. Find out what control panel you have or don't have (there are hosting plans with no panel...) and then try to use it and come back here with more pointed questions, and we'll try to sort you out.

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    Admin panel is a control focus of your facilitating account. It permits you to deal with all parts of your server, including: Setting up and overseeing post boxes.

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    If You use cms system, you get an access to admin panel, if you use your own system or html based pages you probably don't have an admin panel. Go to any cms demo like joomla and try admin panel

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    The main admin panel remains in control of a webmaster of a site that is called Cpanel.

  8. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulbrighton View Post
    What is admin panel?
    It's a specialized software which allows you to manage your server (probably a Linux server) using browser, so you doesn't need to know console commands etc.
    You can just login to the browser, and configure your server.
    Much easier for novice users even if they doesn't know much about server at all.

    Admin panels can be paid and free. Most known paid is a cPanel, you can take a look at Vesta and ServerSuit too.
    If you're familiar with most popular admin panels it can give you a benefit later.

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    It is the place where you control your site from. Things such as emails, reports etc. are viewed there.

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    The Administrative Panel (Irish: An Rolla Riaracháin) is one of five Vocational Panels which together elect 43 of the 60 members of Seanad Éireann, the second house of the Oireachtas (the legislature of Ireland). The Administrative panel elects 7 Senators, at least 3 of whom must come from the Oireachtas members' nominees and another three must come from the nominating bodies' nominees.

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    The admin panel (usually logged into from /wp-admin) is where new posts, categories, tags, pages, links, and custom post types are created.

    It's also where theme files are changed, widgets are added, plugins are activated or updated, and reading/writing/general settings are changed.

    In short, the admin panel is where the content is created and the website is managed. This is the key to how a content management system (CMS) works.

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    The admin panel (usually logged into from /wp-admin) is where new posts, categories, tags, pages, links and custom post types are created.

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    The admin panel for server and site (like cpanel, plesk, serverpilot and vpsrobots) is a control panel which is designed to manage server and site for the maintainence.
    The admin panel for WordPress is a dashboard on which you can post/edit the articles, create/delete the catergories, insatll/uninstall plugins and themes, and more. All the changes on your site are implemeted by the admin panel.

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    Admin panel where you can control of your website and you are able to all changes which have you want in the site.

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