When you finally make your decision to move your WordPress website to a new HTTPS address provider, hosting, or a new domain name, you soon start realizing that the process is not that simple. Finding the best hosting provider that can meet your requirements and standards is the first challenge. After that, you come across the problems that occur during WordPress migration.
If you have just one or two websites to manage your small business, it works fine if you manage it with cPanel. But what if you are building a small business that makes or manages websites of the customers? Though managing various websites through cPanel is possible, but it is tricky as it does not assist you to build your brand and it can further produce some security vulnerabilities. So the solution to this is WHM (Web Host Manager).
If you want to delete the WordPress site from cPanel, it is a very easy and simple process as you just need to login to your cPanel control panel account. It is necessary to be cautious while doing so if you have multiple sites on the same hosting account. Make sure to verify many times before deleting any file, folder, database or username from your account.
It is important to learn about the boundaries of web hosting support when you chose any web hosting provider to start a website. Sadly, most people don’t know what they can expect from the web hosting companies and that is why it creates inconvenience for both, the hosting provider and the user.
Recently, cPanel which is known as the most used control panel for the web hosts throughout the world has announced a shocking change to its license pricing. The cPanel new price structure has started a new debate throughout the industry because the price of any kind of hosting service powered by the cPanel control panel will also be increased.