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Rock vs Legacy


Bluehost offers two account management interface options; our original 'Legacy' control panel and 'Rock', an updated control panel designed for simplicity and ease of use. While management options are generally the same across interfaces, the location of certain settings may vary between the two. This article will explain the difference between our interfaces so that you know which steps to follow when referencing our support articles.

Once signed in, the difference between the two interfaces will be apparent. The first giveaway is the account navigation links. Legacy accounts will feature a horizontal navigation bar at the top of the screen, while Rock account users will see a vertical navigation menu on the left-hand side of the screen.

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