Elena

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http://democp:[email protected]:2082

there.. worked on it.. will complete it tomorrow maybe. colors/fonts/etc.
all controlled by a style sheet, erm.. you can replace the images by just overwriting them with your own.
the rest of the cpanel wont have any images except the top logo.. keep things loading fast.

any comments? ;)
 

Elena

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Once I finish the insides, I guess I could ask nick to include it with the next cpanel distribution? or I can just have the zip to download off my site somewhere... w/ a readme to help the non css\'ers understand how to change the colors of the skin. ;)

working on it now.. shouldn\'t be too long unless I pass out again.. :eek: need... sleep.. :P
 

Elena

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btw. those that know me.. you know how I change things frequently and its hard for me to be pleased with just about anything I design..

well, chances are what the current demo design looks like won\'t be the final.. playing around with different designs right now.. didn\'t like the images in the first one I made.. so I am making it strictly text.. which should make you guys who are speed freaks (can\'t stand for things to take a few seconds to load) happy. :)
 

teck

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Still looks good Elena..Great job! How about getting something to show the current build of cpanel, current uptime, and all these other goodies? Hopefully I can take out interchange easily :)

[Edited on 8/11/01 by teck]
 

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hmm.. something strange going on with the code I used to pull up the build.. I\'m using this

<cpanel version=\"$version\">

but it isn\'t showing it correctly.. it only pulls up 3.8.0-STABLE
and in the source.. where the copyright and license statement is.. it is also showing up that way. very strange because on my other cpanel skin it shows that last statement okay (still at build_33.. boy I need to upgrade tonight). ;)

Are there cpanel tags to show uptime? does anyone know if I\'m using the correct build tag? What else would you like to see added.. very open to suggestions :)
 

teck

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Well, machine name..maybe fake the machine name since some of us have machine names with the domain named after the provider we use ;)
 

Elena

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hehe.. well I'm not sure there is a cpanel tag to do that either. anyone have a list of the cpanel tags? I have the api text files.. but doesn't look like any of them do what you guys want :eek:

teck.. your machine name is in the source code for each cpanel page that is created and if your clients do a hostname in telnet they'll see it anyway.. faking it would not look good imho. maybe just have the machine name and not the rest.. you know. full name: name.host.com.. just show the name part ;) but we'll have to nag the cpanel guys to implement this since I don't think there is a tag yet to do this. nor the uptime.. :(

can't see that it would be hard to include these little codes :D so we just have to nag em' LOL

btw.. I was seeing in another post here that some might like to see interchange removed from the cpanel.. how many want me to keep that out? or should I make one version with it and one without?

[Edited on 8/11/01 by Elena]
 

teck

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Heh, I forgot about the machine name thing. Maybe you can include phpsysinfo into the skin and make it look like the cpskin. That would be great :) From that, you already see the current uptime and everything. So basically in the cpskin, just create another hyperlink for Server Stats or something. Then maybe "skin" phpsysinfo to make it look like the cpanel skin.

edit: disregard this, nick posted some api tags you can use instead..

[Edited on 8/12/01 by teck]
 
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[quote:2a2ae71618]Heh, I forgot about the machine name thing. Maybe you can include phpsysinfo into the skin and make it look like the cpskin. That would be great :) From that, you already see the current uptime and everything. So basically in the cpskin, just create another hyperlink for Server Stats or something. Then maybe \"skin\" phpsysinfo to make it look like the cpanel skin.

edit: disregard this, nick posted some api tags you can use instead..

[Edited on 8/12/01 by teck] [/quote:2a2ae71618]

/3rdparty/phpSysInfo/index.php
 
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[quote:9c4ff8657f]I get a blank screen for some reason. Anyway, no biggie. [/quote:9c4ff8657f]

/scripts/upcp
 

teck

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There we go..I figured that much... Well, just ran it and everything seems great..
 

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[quote:417019d9ae]Youc annot use PHP code in the CPanel templates, right? :( [/quote:417019d9ae]
I wrote a wrapper a while back that allowed the use of PHP in CPanel templates. If everyone thinks this might be a useful addition, I\'ll talk to Nick about including it in a future release. Just let me know.

Regards,
Matt
 

Mark Vockler

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[quote:6983229452][quote:6983229452]Youc annot use PHP code in the CPanel templates, right? :( [/quote:6983229452]
I wrote a wrapper a while back that allowed the use of PHP in CPanel templates. If everyone thinks this might be a useful addition, I\'ll talk to Nick about including it in a future release. Just let me know.[/quote:6983229452]
Yes this would be extremely useful for us. Right now we have to call PHP scripts outside of port 2082/3 which creates some issues.

Mark