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Fixed sorting order in each cPanel account

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by sushlik, Nov 12, 2014.

  1. sushlik

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    Hello,

    I didn't find any hint about my problem:

    I need to set the sorting of feature-modules (Domains, Mail, Files, Logs etc.) in a fixed row, so that the sorting cannot be changed. At least I need to set the row for new accounts.

    Maybe I did'nt find any help on this yet, because I miss some of the appropriate english terms :(

    If anybody understands what I mean and can help, please don't hesitate to do so ;)

    Thank you very much!

    Sascha
     
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    Where are you looking at this exactly, what page in WHM do you want to sort?
     
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    Hmm, you want to prevent users from moving around the sections in cPanel, is that correct? Seems that way, but you throw me off with this comment:

     
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    Hello Infopro, thank you for your answer and sorry for long delay.

    In order to streamline the GUI for our "Basic" end-customers and create a custom & streamlined FAQs sectio in our helpdesk, I wish to offer a fixed and un-changable row of sections in our end-customers cPanel GUI.

    I would like to have the sections as sorted in this particular order:

    Domains
    Files
    Software/Services
    Databases
    Email
    Preferences
    Logs

    As this layout is for our "Basic" end-customers, the one for our "Pro" customers can maybe more flexible.

    Thank you and have a perfect week :)

    Sascha
     
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