There are two ways to log in to your WHM panel. These methods are either through your client area (your client credentials will be required) or by visiting the WHM web address directly (your cPanel credentials will be required).
Log in to WHM directly
The main way of accessing your WHM will be by going to https://yourdomain.com/whm - Replacing "yourdomain.com" with your own domain name.
Alternatively you can also use a port, such as https://yourdomain.com:2087 - Again replacing "yourdomain.com" with your own domain name.
This will then display the login screen for your WHM area
Log in to WHM via your HostPresto client area (For WHM Reseller hosting)
To log into your client area, go to the following - Client Area.
You will then be required to enter your login credentials for your account by completing the 'Email Address' and 'Password' sections followed by the 'Login' button. If you have forgotten your password, you can reset this via the 'Forgot Password?' option.
Once logged in select 'Services' from the top menu followed by 'My Services'.
You will then see your Reseller hosting package. Click on the green 'Active' button to the right of the service.
On the details page for your hosting click on 'Log In To WHM' from the left hand menu. This will then log you in and take you to your main WHM page.
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