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    Difference in Cpannel of web hosting

    Is there any difference between Cpannel of cloud web hosting and normal web hosting ?

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    What difference are you mentioning about?

    cPanel is just a control panel and this can be used in both normal hosting and in cloud based hosting. This is only an option.
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    Web Host Manager provides administrative control of your dedicated or Virtual Private Server.
    and cPanel is designed for managing particular domains or hosting accounts on your server.

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    I think webhosting that is service and Cpanel manage of this type service.

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    The Web Host Manager (WHM) is the account management panel that allows the hosting provider to manager their customers' accounts. Creating new accounts and adjusting the limits for an account are just two examples of tasks that would be performed in WHM.

    cPanel is the site management panel where each individual account holder controls the settings for their particular account. Creating e-mail accounts and managing their files for a particular domain, for example, would be tasks performed in cPanel rather than WHM

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    Both are same but if Shared hosting use different panel other than cPanel then you will face various problem. CPanel is a automated control panel and provide automation with most of software like you can create FTP Account without manually configuring it. cPanel will do your job.

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    it depends on hosting provider, there are different control panels, custom, cpanel, plesk, vesta and many others. u usually can check the difference on the internet

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    Based on the functions itself, both of them its different. cPanel its features inside the hosting account with many functions, used to manage and setting up your hosting, such as add domain, email account, create database, monitoring hosting remain capacity, etc. While the hosting its the server with various function, capacity, and also features inside, including cPanel.

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    cPanel is a Control Panel. Control panel is a popular tool used to manage your hosting package. You can do all sorts of things with it: manage your domain names, install applications, create and manage email accounts, upload website’s files, etc.

    Of course, you can do all of this directly by logging to the server. cPanel can be used in both hostings: Cloud Hosting and Normal Hosting(Shared Hosting).
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