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Add/Remove available Cpanel UI elements

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by fREeCYCLE, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. fREeCYCLE

    fREeCYCLE Registered

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    Please allow me to introduce myself, being my first trip in. My name is Stephen.

    I have a reseller account with a host using Cpanel.

    Is it possible (by any means) to selectively include or exclude cpanel functions which are visible in the UI index page?

    i.e. Some of my users are technologically challenged enough that they've actually requested a feature cut-down. One client would like his cpanel page to have no other features other than stats reporting and email controls, omitting all other UI icons from the main page.

    1) Is this possible without using a third party app?

    2) Would we, the reseller, be able to access those removed functions/icons to perform administrative tasks for that domain?
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    The mobile style is really stripped down. Doesn't remove features but sure looks simple for someone who likes simple. ;)
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Yes, we call this functionality Feature Lists. With Feature Lists you can enable/disable essentially any icon in the cPanel interface, including plug-ins that allow themselves to be disabled.

    In your WHM interface, simply create a new feature list by going to WHM -> Packages -> Feature Manager. Unchecking a feature makes it unavailable in the cPanel interface. Even direct URL access is blocked to that functionality.

    Once you've created your feature list, you can assign this to a package by creating or editing a package in WHM -> Packages. You can then assign the package to specific users. You cannot directly assign a feature list to specific users.

    No, at this time you see exactly what the client can see.
     
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