How to upgrade or downgrade a account in WHM & How to create a reseller WHM

How to upgrade or downgrade a hosting account in WHM

Via WHM you can easily upgrade or downgrade web hosting accounts. The Account Function tool, available in your WHM, allows you to perform this task easily.

Kindly use the below steps to perform the actions.

Step 1 – Log in to your WHM

WHM login URL – https://yourdomainname.com:2087 or https://yourdomainname.com/whm

Once logged in click the Account Functions icon >> Upgrade/Downgrade an Account

 

Step 2 – Choose the account you want to upgrade or downgrade

Kindly choose the domain name you want to upgrade or downgrade, then choose “MODIFY” option to continue the next step.

Step 3 – Select a new package for the account

Once you choose the MODIFY option its shows Current package and Available Packages.
In Available packages >> you can see the list of created packages >> Kindly click the required plan and choose Upgrade/Downgrade option to change the package.

You’ve successfully upgraded or downgraded the selected web hosting account in WHM.

How to create a reseller WHM

Step 1 – Log in to your WHM

WHM login URL – https://yourdomainname.com:2087 or https://yourdomainname.com/whm

Once logged in click the Account Functions icon >> Create a New Account

Step 2 – Create a account 

Under Domain Information enter the domain, username, password (twice) and the contact email address.

Domain The primary domain name for the cPanel account.
Username  Username for logging into the cPanel.
Password  Password for logging into the cPanel.
Email  Email address to receive cPanel account notifications.

Step 3 – Select desired package from the dropdown.

Step 4 – Reseller Settings

If you want to make this account as reseller account, kindly enable the ” Make the account a reseller” option.
Else leave it as default.

Step 5 – Set the Mail Routing Settings and choose Create button.

Automatically Detect Configuration– cPanel looks to the MX records to determine whether to send mail locally or remotely.

Local Mail Exchanger – Use when mail is expected to always come to the local server.

Backup Mail Exchanger  –  cPanel will use the local server if remote mail attempts fail.

Remote Mail Exchanger  – Use when mail is expected to be sent elsewhere (third party email).

Once done, Click CREATE button.

 

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