What is Plesk?
Plesk is a structured, easy-to-use, end-user control panel that simplifies the user web hosting management experience. We offer Plesk management in our Full Control Hosting package. For an overview of the interface itself, please visit the Overview of Plesk Interface.
How do I enable Plesk on my domain?
For instruction on enabling Plesk for your domain, please visit our support article How do I add Plesk to my domain?
Which operating systems is Plesk running on?
Plesk Onyx is installed on Linux.
Is it possible to migrate from cPanel to Plesk?
Yes, there is a website migration tool for Wordpress sites which can copy a Wordpress site from almost anywhere onto Plesk.
What site configurations can I set up with Plesk?
The following services are available for websites managed with Plesk Onyx:
• A unique Internet address (domain name), like rebelexample.com.
• Additional domain names (domain aliases).
• Subdomains - divisions of a site accessible by easy-to-remember addresses that are added to the main site, like mail.rebelexample.com, or info.rebelexample.com.
• Separate FTP accounts for collaboration on the site content. For every FTP account, you can specify which directories can be accessed.
• Simplified deployment of applications, such as content management systems, photo galleries, shopping carts, blogging platforms, and many more.
• Secure data exchange implemented by SSL/TLS protocol.
• Mailboxes and mailing lists.
• Viewing statistics on site visits.
• Website or a division of a website addressed by a third-level domain name (subdomain). This is usually a division of an existing site. It has an Internet address comprising of three parts separated by dots. Document roots are available for subdomains, separate from the main site. Document root is a directory on the server where web pages of a site are stored.