cPanel Login | How To Access cPanel

CPanel Login #

There are two ways to log in to a cPanel account:

  1. Access cPanel through the Pro 4 Hosting Customer Portal. This is the preferred method, because you can access cPanel without having to remember a special URL or domain name.
  2. Access cPanel directly.

Method #1: Access cPanel through the Pro 4 Hosting Customer Portal #

  1. Log in to the Customer Portal
    If you do not know how to log in to the Customer Portal, please see this article.
  1. On the menu bar, click SERVICES, and then click MY SERVICES:
  1. Under My Products & Services, locate your hosting package, and then click on it:
  1. Expand the Actions sidebar and click Login to cPanel:

    In a separate window, the Customer Portal automatically logs you in to your cPanel account.

Method #2: Access cPanel directly #

To log in to cPanel directly, follow these steps:

  1. In your web browser, type the cPanel address for your web site. The address is either or, where is your domain name.
    Alternatively, you can use one of the following addresses:
    1. or, where represents your domain name.
    2. To access cPanel without using your domain name, you can use, where server represents the server name for your account. For information about how to determine your account’s server name, please see this article.

    The cPanel login page appears:

  1. In the Username text box, type your Pro 4 Hosting account username.
    If you do not know your cPanel username and password, you can view them in the Pro 4 Hosting Customer Portal. For information about how to do this, please see this article.
  1. In the Password text box, type your Pro 4 Hosting account password.
  2. Click Log in. When you enter the correct username and password, the cPanel home screen appears.

Logging out of CPanel #

You should log out whenever you have finished using cPanel, because this notifies the web server that you have finished your session. If you do not log out, the server automatically closes your session after a set period of time. However, there is a small possibility that an attacker could exploit the open connection before this automatic logout occurs.

To log out of cPanel, follow these steps:

  1. In the top-right corner, click LOGOUT:


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