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I have a basic reseller account. I have a couple of users that I have setup subdomains for... do they have access to their own cPanels? I tried going to subdomain.****:2082 and logging on but am not sure what information to use (ftp?), and not even sure if the subdomains get cPanels...

 

Thanks,

RH

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CPanel is tied to each domain / web site.

 

If you have a basic reseller plan, you should be creating / setting up individual web space for each of your customers or users. That way they do have their own CPanel access.

 

Since by definition, sub domains exist within a single domain/web site - you have just one CPanel. Subdomains are to a web site that folders are to a disk drive. You can't run disk defrag on a single folder on your PC. Similarly you don't have separate cpanels for a subdomain.

 

HTH!

kw

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CPanel is tied to each domain / web site.

 

If you have a basic reseller plan, you should be creating / setting up individual web space for each of your customers or users. That way they do have their own CPanel access.

 

Since by definition, sub domains exist within a single domain/web site - you have just one CPanel. Subdomains are to a web site that folders are to a disk drive. You can't run disk defrag on a single folder on your PC. Similarly you don't have separate cpanels for a subdomain.

 

HTH!

kw

Ok then,

 

I must be doing something wrong. In short, can you sum up exactly what I need to do to get it done properly? For instance, with cooluser.****, I went into ****'s cPanel and created him with the subdomain manager. Should I then go into my reseller WHM and do something else? And if I have a second person, realcoolguy.com (who lets say owns his own domain but is hosted on ****), and I've created his info via the reseller WHM, what do I need to do to get his cPanel operative?

 

Thanks!

RH

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