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Discussion in 'User Experience' started by tmvnews, Jul 2, 2002.

  1. tmvnews

    tmvnews Well-Known Member

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    Okay i am hoping i get some response, so i will just post my question to all host and everyone else that has input.

    Okay I purchased Fantastico from www.cpanelthemes.com, and i am authorized to resell my version by kosmo.

    I have added a lot of features i think so far, for example.

    - Customized to fit in with my custom theme
    - Added description for each script
    - Added the following scripts:
    - PerlDesk - http://www.perldesk.com
    - phpAdsNew - http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpadsnew
    - Invision Board - http://www.invisionboard.com
    - B2 - http://www.cafelog.com
    - Advanced Poll 2.02 text and sql version - http://www.proxy2.de

    Ones already built in
    - osCommerce
    - phpBB2
    - 4images Gallery
    - PHPauction
    - PHProjekt
    - PHP-Nuke
    - Post-Nuke
    - phpLinks
    - phpWebSite

    Okay and i am wondering whatelse you think should be added to the list. What do your customers install the most. How can i improve this to help improve your hosting company. And also with these added script how much would this be worth to you. I am looking for all your opinions good or bad. I appreciate all your time you have already taken to even read this post, and hope i can help everyone that needs something like this.

    For those that currently have fantastico but would like an upgrade the the scripts i currently have and all future updates, when i add more scripts please email me for information.

    And also contact me if you want to see a demo.

    Thank you
    William Wilson
    williamwilson@rogers.com
     
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    anto Active Member

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    [quote:5e48194201][i:5e48194201]Originally posted by tmvnews[/i:5e48194201]

    I have added a lot of features i think so far, for example.

    - Added the following scripts:
    - PerlDesk - http://www.perldesk.com [/quote:5e48194201]

    Do you mean your skins is fully integrated with PerlDesk?
    I mean, if the users log into their cpanel, then can he/she
    put a ticket support *without* having to register
    previously?

    If so, that's great !!

    Even better, I would like my users can put
    a support ticket on their cpanel without having
    to type their perldesk's userid/password.

    anto
     
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    tmvnews Well-Known Member

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    wow

    That is not exactly what it does but that sounds pretty good. Ill see what i can do, i will have to figure out how cpanel passes the password.

    What this script does is adds a section to your current control panel, called auto-install scripts. There your customers will have the ability to install those programs for there website in about 2 clicks and then remove it in 2 clicks. They don't have to configure a thing. It is great for customers that don't understand mysql and how to chmod scripts and all that. Alot of people want forums and this comes with phpbb, invision board and soon i am going to try and add openBB.

    BTW, i just added Advanced Poll 2.02 text and sql version - URL: http://www.proxy2.de .

    Thank you
     
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    tmvnews Well-Known Member

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    info

    Okay well if anyone knows how to pull the username and password information please let me know, i am going through all the backend stuff and i can tell the password field is password but how can i pull it..

    thanks
     
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    is this just a addon or is a full script ?
    I am defenitely intrested in this type of thing
     
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    tmvnews Well-Known Member

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    full

    This is a full script, if you want to see a demo of the customization i have done, and all the addons i have please email me at williamwilson@rogers.com and i will show you a demo.

    Thanks
     
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    [quote:ec426ff1c6][i:ec426ff1c6]Originally posted by tmvnews[/i:ec426ff1c6]

    That is not exactly what it does but that sounds pretty good. Ill see what i can do, i will have to figure out how cpanel passes the password.

    What this script does is adds a section to your current control panel, called auto-install scripts. There your customers will have the ability to install those programs for there website in about 2 clicks and then remove it in 2 clicks. They don't have to configure a thing. It is great for customers that don't understand mysql and how to chmod scripts and all that. Alot of people want forums and this comes with phpbb, invision board and soon i am going to try and add openBB.

    BTW, i just added Advanced Poll 2.02 text and sql version - URL: http://www.proxy2.de .

    Thank you[/quote:ec426ff1c6]

    &?php echo $_SERVER['REMOTE_PASSWORD']; ?&

    Ive already written a script to do this btw. You can use it freely: http://www.br0wnie.com/perldesk.phps - but I retain full copyright and perhaps provide a link back to my site in your documentation ;)
     
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