Create browser and desktop shortcuts for cPanel

Easily access your cPanel by adding cPanel shortcuts to your desktop or browser's bookmarks toolbar.

You must first log into your cPanel hosting control panel - if you have lost or forgotten your username and/or password, you must email support and ask for the details (lost passwords will mean a password reset).

This tutorial will show you how you can create shortcuts to pages within your cPanel to add to your desktop and bookmarks to add to your browser, making it quick and simple to get to the pages that you regularly use or use the most.

Once logged in, we will proceed with creating these shortcuts in your cPanel web hosting control panel...

Create browser and desktop shortcuts for cPanel video tutorial...





First, click on the Shortcuts icon create desktop shortcuts icon in the Preferences section

You'll come to the Shortcuts page where there will be list of presently available shortcuts that you can copy to your browser toolbar, bookmarks or your desktop. Once there, its a matter of one click on the shortcuts to quickly access the page(s) in your browser.

To add any of the shortcuts, simply click on and hold the left mouse button down while you drag to your browser toolbar, bookmarks or desktop, release the left mouse button and the shortcuts will be copied.

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