Step 1. Click Here to go to Control Panel and log into you account using your Username and Password
Step 2. Click on the Sub Accounts option under Services tab
Step 3. All your account's Sub Accounts are listed on the right side of the page. To add a new Sub Account, click Add a Sub Account... at the top of the page.
Step 4. In the Add Sub Account dialogue:
- 1. Enter Client Details for the Sub Account.
- 2. Enter a username and password to be used as the logon for the Sub Account. If you want, you can click the Generate Random Password link to create a random password, which will be displayed to you.
- 3 (Optional). Select the main FTP user for the account from the pop-up menu show in figure 6, or select Create new user to create a new FTP user to use. You can also choose not to set an FTP user for the account, which is the default option. If you select to create a new FTP user, you will need to enter a username an password for them. For simplicity, it is recommended that you keep the FTP username and password the same as the user's Control Panel logon. To do this automatically, make sure the Use Control Panel Logon Details is checked: when this is checked any changes to the Control Panel logon are automatically copied to the FTP logon details.
- 4 (Optional). Select a Hosting Plan for the Sub Account: this defines what resources the Sub Account has access to. You can select an existing plan, or New Hosting Plan... to create a new Hosting Plan.
- 5. Click Add (or Next if you have chosen to add a Hosting Plan).
- 6 (Optional). If you have chosen to create a new Hosting Plan, enter a name for it in the Add Hosting Plan dialogue. Select quotas for all it services in the Add Hosting Plan dialogue. These are limits on the number of each services you can have, for example, the plan shown in figure 7 can use a maximum of 5MB of disk space and has a maximum of 2 database users. Click Add to create the Hosting Plan.