You might want to do a quick search and go straight to the information you're looking for. On the other hand, sometimes you might want to browse and see all the articles for a particular topic. Either way, we've got you covered.


If you're in a hurry and just want to find the most relevant articles to your question or issue, the search box is always there. On the Knowledge Base front page at, it's probably one of the first things you'll notice. On other pages, the search bar is always there near the top of the page, waiting for your inquiries.

For example, to view a list of all articles relating to SSH, just type ssh in the search box and then click Search.


Knowledge Base articles are organized into hierarchical categories, such as Getting StartedcPanelSecurity, and more. Instead of searching, you can browse through these article categories to view related articles about a particular subject. On the Knowledge Base front page at, the sidebar on the left side of the page provides the main entry point to the different categories.

Categories may also contain subcategories. For example, the Getting Started collection of articles contains a collection of articles beneath it, Working with Linux. You can always determine where you are in the Knowledge Base article hierarchy by looking at the navigation “breadcrumb” links provided near the top of the page. For example, the article you are reading right now fits into the hierarchy Home » Knowledge Base » Getting Started Guide » Here.

Feel free to explore the different categories and see what's there!

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