Manage your hosting services
Your business account is managed through your account portal. This is an administrative account that allows you to purchase and manage accounts for domains, hosting and other services.
The actual hosting services for each domain are managed through a hosting control panel that is different and separate to your account portal.
Every clickonIT.com.au account is provided with all the management tools you need to setup, operate and manage your website, email and FTP and all facilities included in your hosting package.
If you have Linux hosting package you will manage your site through a cPanel interface. Usually it is accessible through an address with this pattern... youdomain.com/cpanel where yourdomain is your domain address. You need a username and password to continue. These details would have been provided in your welcome email, which you printed and filed for safekeeping.
If you have a Windows hosting account you will manage your site through a Plesk interface. Usually it is accessible through an address with this pattern... youdomain.com:8880 where yourdomain is your domain address. You need a username and password to continue. These details would have been provided in your welcome email, which you printed and filed for safekeeping.
Online help and video tutorials are available for most aspects of configuring and managing your facilities. If you do not have a copy of your welcome email, you can get another copy by logging in to your account.
If you need expert assistance in setting up and managing your website please raise a support ticket.
Commercial webmaster services are available to get you started or in an ongoing management capacity.
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