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How to create account in WHM panel or C Panel

Log in to Webhost Manager (WHM) using root as Username and Server Password at IP: 2086

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In the Home section, click Account Functions then click on Create a New Account.

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The next step will be by clicking to Create New Account fill all the details like Domain, Username, Password, and the Email Id.

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Create Reseller Account in WHM Panel

For creating the Reseller Account go on the Reseller Setting & click on the Make the account a reseller.

 

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INSTALL AN SSL IN WHM PANEL

There are three basic steps to install SSL:

1. Generate a CSR
2. Purchase SSL
3. Install SSL

1. Generate a CSR

1. First login into the WHM panel.

2. Go to the SSL/TLS option in this select Generate an SSL certificate and signing the request.

Step 2

3. After that fill in the all credential as required like domain name, city, company, email id, etc.

4. After filling in all the detail save the credential and CSR has been generated, shown below.

Step 4

2. Purchase SSL

After generating a CSR take an SSL of Comodo, or from any provider.

3. Install SSL

1. Go to the SSL/TLS option in this and select Install an SSL Certificate on a Domain.

Step 1.1

2. In this fill the detail domain name and SSL certificate, private key, and Certificate authority bundle.

3. After that install the SSL and write a code to redirect http to https.

Finally, the website is running on https.

Conclusion

Still confused about how to install an SSL in WHM panel? Contact Ideastack now.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Where do I install SSL certificate?

Click SSL/TLS Certificates under the Websites and Domains heading for the domain name you want to use. Add SSL Certificate by clicking. Enter a Certificate name, fill out the details in the Settings section, and then click Request.

Q2. Why is my SSL certificate not showing up?

The most frequent reason for a “certificate not trusted” problem is because the certificate installation on the server (or servers) hosting the site was not correctly finished. To check for this problem, use SSL Certificate tester. In the tester, an incomplete installation results in one certificate file and a broken red chain.

Q3. Where is SSL in cPanel?

Open the cPanel control panel and log in. Locate the SSL/TLS Manager and click it. Select Generate, View, Upload, or Delete SSL Certificates from the menu. Click the Browse button to locate your Primary Certificate under the Upload a New Certificate section (yourdomain).