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disabling features

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rgis, Mar 10, 2004.

  1. rgis

    rgis Registered

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    Hello,

    Until now I've build my own CP's. However this is now taking too much time and I wish to convert to something with more options like cPanel.

    To this end, I am wondering if I can disable any feature cPanel is offering? Since I do not want to offer all the options that cPanel provides to my customers.

    It is possible to change the templates and stuff like that?

    I am running Debian.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Sincerely,

    Filiber
     
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    scapeweb Well-Known Member

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    You can remove many features in the WHM Panel. :D
     
  3. smarcellini

    smarcellini Well-Known Member

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    The control panel is an html file. Just edit it to your liking and copy it to the cpanel/themes folder. Then you can create a package and tell the package to use your edited theme.

    For example, we have a starter package that has just basic features. I just removed the advanced features (scripts, database tools, etc) in an html editor and named it starter. Then I created a starter package and set the diskspace, bandwidth, email accts., etc. and tell it to use the custom starter theme. To create a Starter account, I just select the Starter package and it will automatically set the specifics as well as use the custom theme.

    You can also use the "Feature Manager".
     
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  4. rgis

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    Thanks. That answers my question.

    Sincerely,

    Fili
     
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