Portal or Plesk Panel?

Welcome to WebClick!

When you created an account, you will have received your new account information via email. All our services are automated and self managed, so we recommend you log in and begin to familiarise yourself with your accounts.

Confused over where to log in or how to get something done? Read below for a brief explanation of our service management interfaces.



The Client Area
"https://portal.webclick.com.au"

The Client Area allows all client information and updates, and also allows for some basic administration of the Plesk Panel (your website).

It requires a username (email address) and password to login.

This is where you update your contact information, credit card information, and any additional contact information.

Your Order(s) information is listed here, and you place new order(s) from here. You can order domain names, services, and products. You can View details of invoices past and present.

This is the area you come to View, Print and Pay invoices as well.

Your SHOULD send your support Tickets from here rather than from outside of the login so they will all be saved in your client area email account for you.

You can also see all emails that have been sent to you from your hosting company back for a period of time by the hosting company, along with all orders, invoices and receipts.

Products and hosting can be mostly managed from within the Portal area - for extra (more advanced) options, you can use the links provided to log into the Plesk Hosting Panel.



Plesk Hosting Panel
"https://pleskhosting.webclick.com.au"

This area deals with everything that controls with your web site.

For the most part, you can manage your domain from the Portal - add/change emails, FTP accounts, DNS Records, change passwords - however if you want to fully manage the domain from Plesk's panel, you can use the login buttons form the Portal to log into the right panel for your hosting account.

From here, you can set up your email accounts, read your webmail, turn on spamassassin, and create a forward, auto responders, and mx records.

You can edit, backup, change and upload files. You can also edit pages and control FTP. You can create additional FTP accounts.

View your Web site Stats, visitor logs, error logs, and create custom error pages.

The Plesk Panel is the place to go to set your site security, such as password protected directories or Wordpress security checks.

Here is where you will find the place to create extra domains, sub-domains and URL redirects.

From the Plesk Panel, you can use the single-click installers to install many different types of web applications.

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