If you ever need to access a cPanel account contained within your WHM area to make changes, this can easily be done by following the guide below.
Accessing a cPanel account within WHM:
Firstly, log into your WHM account. If you are unsure on how to do this, please view the following help article - 'How to log into WHM'
Once logged in, from your WHM home screen click on 'List Accounts'
Alternatively you can also access the List Accounts page by typing in 'List Accounts' in the search box, located in the top left of your WHM area, then click on 'List Accounts'
You will then see a list of the cPanel accounts contained within your WHM account. Find the cPanel account that you would like to access, then click on the orange 'CP' button to the right of the domain name for that cPanel.
This will then open in a new browser window and automatically log you in to the cPanel that you have chosen.
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