Client portal

  • August 1, 2014 by Adam East
  • Welcome to our new billing and support application! From within, you can easily view and pay your invoices, request assistance with any problems you may encounter, maintain your billing information, resend your welcome E-mail and so much more!

Please be aware that software gets added to Web Apps/Softaculous occasionally. Because of this, this list may not be 100% upto date. We do check for missing software every few weeks and will add it to this list as it is noticed.

Last Updated: April 16, 2014 

Blogs

  • WordPress
  • b2evolution Bog
  • LifeType
  • Dotclear
  • Textpattern CMS
  • Nucleus CMS
  • Serendipity Weblog
  • Open Blog
  • eggBlog
  • Pixie CMS
  • PivotX
  • Chyrp
  • Movable Type

Micro Blogs

  • StatusNet
  • PageCookery Studio
  • Sharetronix
  • Storytlr

Portals/CMS

  • Zikula
  • Joomla 1.5
  • Geeklog CMS
  • Drupal
  • Mambo CMS
  • PHP-Nuke
  • Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware
  • SilverStripe
  • Website Baker CMS
  • sNews CMS
  • Pligg CMS
  • MODx
  • Xoops
  • Typo3 45
  • Concrete5 CMS
  • phpwcms
  • e107 CMS
  • CMS Made Simple
  • Joomla
  • Drupal 6
  • Contao
  • ocPortal
  • PyroCMS
  • PHP-Fusion
  • Silex CMS
  • Saurus CMS
  • jCore CMS
  • Fork CMS
  • Mahara ePortfolio System
  • Typo3
  • Redaxscript
  • Tribiq CMS
  • ImpressCMS
  • ImpressPages
  • Pluck CMS
  • Quick.CMS
  • BIGACE Web CMS

Forums

  • AEF – Advanced Electron Forums
  • phpBB Forums
  • XMB - Extream Message Board
  • MyBB
  • Phorum
  • PunBB
  • SMF – Simple Machines Forum
  • FluxBB
  • bbPress
  • Vanilla
  • FUDforum
  • miniBB
  • Subrion CMS

Image Galleries

  • Coppermine Photo Gallery
  • TinyWebGallery
  • Gallery
  • Piwigo
  • Pixelpost
  • ZenPhoto
  • phpAlbum
  • 4images
  • Plogger
  • Gallery 2

Wikis

  • MediaWiki
  • DokuWiki
  • PmWiki
  • WikkaWiki

Social Networking

  • Elgg
  • Dolphin Social Networking
  • Jcow
  • Oxwall
  • Beatz
  • Etano
  • PeoplePods

Ad Management

  • Noahs Classifieds
  • OpenX
  • OpenClassifieds
  • GPixPixel
  • OSClass

Calendars

  • WebCalendar
  • phpicalendar
  • ExtCalendar
  • Booked

Mails

  • phpList
  • Webinsta Maillist
  • poMMo
  • SquirrelMail
  • ccMail
  • OpenNewsletter
  • WebMail Lite
  • Roundcube

Polls and Surveys

  • LimeSurvey
  • phpESP
  • EasyPoll
  • LittlePoll
  • Simple PHP Poll
  • CJ Dynamic Poll
  • Aardvark Topsites
  • Advanced Poll
  • Piwik

Project Management

  • dotProject
  • phpCollab
  • PHProjekt
  • ProjectPier
  • Mantis Bug Tracker
  • Feng Office
  • eyeOS
  • The Bug Genie
  • TaskFreak
  • Collabtive
  • Eventum
  • Traq
  • Flyspray

E-Commerce

  • Zen Cart
  • osCommerce
  • OpenCart
  • PrestaShop
  • Magento
  • WHMCS
  • CubeCart
  • TheHostingTool
  • TomatoCart
  • Avactis Shopping Cart
  • phpCOIN
  • BoxBilling
  • Quick.Cart
  • Axis Shopping Cart
  • AlegroCart
  • Zeuscart
  • AbanteCart

ERP

  • SugarCRM
  • OrangeHRM
  • FrontAccounting
  • SimpleInvoices
  • Dolibarr
  • Vtiger CRM
  • Tine CRM
  • EGroupware
  • EPESI
  • OpenBiz Cubi

Guest Books

  • Advanced Guestbook
  • phpBook
  • BellaBook
  • VX Guestbook
  • Lazarus Guestbook
  • RicarGBooK
  • PHPKode Guestbook

Customer Support

  • HESK
  • osTicket
  • phpMyFAQ
  • iQDesk
  • Trellis Desk

Frameworks

  • CodeIgniter
  • PHPDevShell
  • PRADO PHP Framework
  • Symfony 1.4
  • yii
  • Zend
  • DIY Framework
  • Kohana
  • Smarty
  • Symfony
  • WideImage
  • HTML Purifier
  • CakePHP
  • Laravel

Educational

  • Moodle
  • Claroline
  • ATutor
  • TCExam
  • DoceboLMS
  • Omeka
  • eFront
  • Moodle 2.0

DB Tools

  • Adminer
  • Vty
  • MyWebSQL

Music

  • Podcast Generator

Video

  • ClipBucket
  • videoDB

RSS

  • Gregarius
  • SimplePie
  • Feed On Feeds

File Management

  • OpenDocMan
  • LetoDMS

Other

  • WeBid
  • PhpGedView
  • phpFormGenerator
  • YOURLS
  • PHP QR Code
  • Form Tools
  • phpDocumentor
  • PHPWeby
  • PASTE
  • Open Journal Systems
  • OpenBiblio
  • Seo Panel
  • Soholaunch
  • jobberBase
  • Question2Answer
  • JoobsBox
  • ArticleSetup

Setting up your E-Mail client is easy. Make sure that you enter the information located below into your E-Mail client account creation.

Username: Your E-Mail Address
Password: Use the email account’s password.
Incoming Server: mail.example.com
IMAP Port: 143
POP3 Port: 110
Outgoing Server: mail.example.com
SMTP Port: 2525
Authentication is required for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

Notes:

  • IMAP email access coordinates between the server and your mail application. Messages that have been read/deleted/replied to will show up as such, both on the server and in the mail application.
  • POP3 does not coordinate with the server. Messages marked as read/deleted/replied to in the mail application will not show up as such on the server. This means that future mail downloads with POP3 will show all messages as unread.
  • Outgoing mail is sent using SMTP.

Looking for a way to access your webmail from anywhere, even on the go?

To access your webmail:

1. Type: https://yourdomainnamehere.com/webmail into your preferred Internet browser.

2. Enter your email address into the Username field. This should include the domain name. (e.g.user@example.com)

2. Enter your password into the Password field.

4. Click Log in.

5. Choose your prefered Email Setup (there are multiple email programs built into your webmail setup). You can manually choose one each time or you can choose which one to use permanently.


Adding an E-Mail address to your account only takes a few steps! 


To add a new email address to your account:

1. Log into your cPanel using your username and password.

2. Navigate to (cPanel >> Mail >> Email Accounts)

3. Type the email address to be created in the Email field.

4. If you manage more than one domain, make sure to select the appropriate domain from the pull-down menu.

5. Type the password in the Password field.

6. Retype the password in the Password (again) field.

Note: You can click the Password Generator link to have a strong password generated for you.

8. Type the quota in the Mailbox Quota field. The quota defines how much hard drive space the account will be allowed to use. A common setting is 250MB. 

Important: Due to mail server constraints, quotas cannot be greater than 2048 MB. Quotas exceeding this amount must be unlimited.

11. Click Create Account.

Existing addresses are displayed in a table. Using this table, it is possible to:

  • See how much disk space the account uses.
  • Change a password.
  • Change a quota limit.
  • Delete an email address.
  • Access an account through webmail.
  • Configure a mail client.

In this article, we will show you how to change your email account’s password through cPanel.

1) Login to cPanel

2) Click Email Accounts from the email section of the panel.

3) Click the Change Password button for the email account you wish to edit.

4) Enter the new password you wish to use. Once the new password has been entered, click change password

That’s it! You now know how to change your email account password. Please keep in mind that if you have any email clients that connect to this email account, you will be prompted to enter the new password.


In this article, we will show you how to change the password of additional FTP accounts.

1) Login to cPanel

2) Click FTP Accounts under the Files section of cPanel

3) Click the Change Password button for the FTP account you wish to change

4) Enter the new password and click Change Password.

That’s it!


Web Hosting Server

To register your domain’s Name Servers with Little Box Web Hosting you will need to visit the domain registrar where you purchased your domain name. Some examples include 1&1, Network Solutions and many more.

There are two Name Servers that must be changed to point your domain to its new home on Little Box Web Design. Those are:

  • ns1.littleboxhosting.com
  • ns2.littleboxhosting.com

There are a few options to choose from when changing your Name Servers.

The Easiest Option

Provide us access to your domain name registrar and we will complete this step for you, free of charge! Contact our support department and we will have you up and running in now time!

Complete this Step Yourself

Every registrar has a different way to navigate to the Nameservers section, and each registrar provides detailed articles on how to complete a Nameserver change. To find this article you will need to navigate to your Domain Registrar’s support knowledge base, normally located under the support or help link on their website. If there is a search feature enter “How to change Nameservers” into the search field and you should have no issue finding the article. Follow the instructions in the article and enter the Nameservers listed above.

If at anytime you need assistance setting up your Nameservers please feel free to contact us. Make sure that you include your registrars name and website.


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