Hi all, While the documentation of the How to do something is explained in the WHM documentation, I believe it lack the portion that explain WHY you would need to include/exclude or even configure specific items. I'm specifically relating to the DNS functions: A entry DNS zone MX entry Setup/Edit Domain Forwarding Also under Server Setup: Modify Resolver Configuration Tweak Settings: Allow Creation of Parked/Addon Domains that resolve to other servers (ie domain transfers) [This can be a major security problem. If you must have it enabled, be sure to not allow users to park common internet domains.] Can someone please explain that in english? Perhaps an example of how this would occur or what to prevent? Also, why does Hostname appear like it can be modified both from? Server Setup -->Change Hostname Server Setup -->Edit Setup I'm running: WHM 8.5.1 cPanel 8.5.3-S3 RedHat - WHM X v2.1.1 The disclaimer under What is WebHost Manager is really not helping. IMHO cPanel should attempt to answer most of the questions and related terms used in the WHM within WHM. "Note: This help file assumes that you have a good working knowledge of the Linux Operating System and computer and networking procedures. Refer to the following sites if you need more information about the terms or functions used in this help file.." The links offered are not related to cPanel or WHM. They are explaining lots of great stuff (which you are encouraged NOT to do .. such as upgrading you PHP or other outside the cPanel distribution). Also, I'm lacking a diagram which can be of great use if made available: A diagram that shows the steps in a flow-chart or other mean of how to setup a server using the cPanel and show where each component is used. Manager/User friendly is the phrase that I lack within the system. I think it would be beneficial to cPanel support to create such a documentation/diagrams and other that would enhance me to understand what each one of these features (with specific examples) does as this is sure to cut on the number of tickets they are probably recieving just for setup help. Just my 2 cents. -Alon.