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CPanel tags (how to make them print onthe page)

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by GordonH, Sep 27, 2001.

  1. GordonH

    GordonH Well-Known Member

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    OK
    I assumed it was just a case of including
    the cpanel tags in the html but some of them (most of them) are not printing.

    Here is an example:

    <td width=\"38%\"><b><cpanel quota=\"showquotaused()\"></b>&MB</td>

    And here is the page:
    http://test:livingston@indigo.srv2.com:2082/frontend/domains2/diskusage.html

    I am obviously missing something very simple here.

    Gordon
     
  2. GordonH

    GordonH Well-Known Member

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    OK
    It was a case issue - resolved.

    However, still having a few problems with adding of filters.
    They appaer to be added but aren\'t.
    I will go back through it and see what I can find.
     
  3. GordonH

    GordonH Well-Known Member

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    For reference,
    It appears that the case of the first letter of terms like email got altered to lower case when I used the dreamweaver apply source formatting command to make the html easier to read.
    This is what really had me confused because the code had been working before and it had just been cut and pasted into the page.

    The skin is now complete.
    I am using this one for very limited plans.
    You can see a demo here if you are interested:
    http://test:livingston@indigo.srv2.com/~test/cpanel/

    Gordon
     
  4. Dahlia

    Dahlia Active Member

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    nice and neat for limited plan accounts, good job :)
     
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