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Cpanel 6.0, New IP Blocking default page

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Joe Gronlund, Feb 17, 2003.

  1. Joe Gronlund

    Joe Gronlund Member

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    works great, but can we edit the page the person that is blocked would see?


    kinda like you can edit the suspended account page in WHM??

    thanks

    Joe :)
     
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    All this does is edit/create a .htaccess file in the users public_html area, with deny IP_Address. Nothing fancy.
     
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    Is this feature in the edge version? If so, where?
     
  4. Joe Gronlund

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    edge yes

    in ver 6.0.0, in cpanel user end not WHM, tools section, very bottom.. under PHPMyChat
     
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    Maybe a stupid question... but what happens when a IP is entered for blocking and there is already a .htaccess present in de directory (For example for using mod_rewrite..)

    How does cpanel handel this? Is it just overwriting the .htaccess en are the mod_rewrite settings lost?
     
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    Re: edge yes

    I must be blind. I don't see it. I am using bluelagoon theme.
    Update: Looks like IP Deny is only on the default panel and not bluelagoon.
     
    #6 jmc67, Feb 18, 2003
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    awsol cPanel Test Bitch

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    Re: Re: edge yes

    Yes I noticed this also and I will message Nick right now about it. It'll be in the next update :)
     
  8. cPanelNick

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    Actually since bluelagoon is an addon theme it won't be updated till 6.0 RELEASE has been put up. (its already updated, just waiting for 6.0 RELEASE)
     
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