CPanel Software Tutorials

The cPanel Software Panel is where you will find cPanel’s Site Software which can be used to install WordPress. In addition, you can change PHP version, configure PHP settings, optmize compression, and more.

cPanel Software Panel
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The Advanced Panel contains the following features:

1

PHP PEAR Packages

The PHP PEAR packages feature allows you to install PEAR packages. PEAR packages are reusable PHP code libraries that developers can utilize.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to install and enable PHP PEAR packages in cPanel
2

Perl Modules

The Perl Modules feature allows you to install Perl modules. Perl modules are a set of related functions in a library file designed to be reusable by other modules or programs.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to install and enable Perl Modules in cPanel
3

Site Software

The Site Software feature allows you to install WordPress on your web hosting server easily.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to install WordPress with the cPanel’s Site Software
4

Optimize Website

The Optimize Website feature allows you to tweak the way Apache handles requests. In particular, it enables you to compress all or some of your website files before sending them to the visitor’s browser.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to compress your website files in cPanel
5

MultiPHP Manager

The MultiPHP Manager feature allows you to change the default PHP version used by each domain on your server. cPanel, by default, only allows a choice between the most recent stable versions of PHP. If you require earlier versions, you should choose a host that uses CloudLinux. CloudLinux provides hardened older versions of PHP.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to change your PHP version in cPanel
6

MultiPHP INI Editor

MultiPHP INI Editor feature allows you to configure PHP settings, including maximum script execution time, maximum file upload size, and whether to compress pages.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to use the MultiPHP INI Editor in cPanel