I had created an ecommerce website named "www.bookslab.in". I want to block my cpanel link for users who are accessing my website. Link is www.bookslab.in/cpanel. If any I.T. specialist user go to my www.bookslab.in/cpanel link then he should go on my homepage link.
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I had created an ecommerce website named http://example.com. I want to block my cpanel link for users who are accessing my website. Link is example.com/cpanel. If any I.T. specialist user go to my http://example.com/cpanel link then he should go on my homepage link.1
should be asked anywhere.
The question in this form simply lacks the details, attempts, research results and expected outcome. At best it is unclear.
Before anything else you should make clear how you expect the blocking to take place. Can you only use cPanel it self? Do you have other means, like Apache or nginx. And do you still expect to be able to access /cPanel? If so, how are legit attempts allowed access to that resource?
Your question is not ready to be asked which was explained in the comments on your magento question and the lack of an answer that suits you is another indication of that.
When you worked out those details a search can limit the possible sites your question might be on-topic. User David Postill provided a useful link to Where can I ask questions about web hosting control panels?
I do know one thing for sure. Questions about cPanel are off-topic (or at least strongly discouraged) on Server Fault. That is the only recommendation I can give you so far.
- I would be very careful with linking to your site too much. It might be considered spam. The question at hand doesn't need your website name.