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Hide create new account button in WHM

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by peeeeeter, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. peeeeeter

    peeeeeter Registered

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    I need to hide the create new account function in WHM, as I want my resellers to ONLY do that through WHMAP.

    If I dissable the ability to create new acounts in whm, then whmap won't be able to create them either (I THINK THAT'S CORRECT).

    So, I want to go in and "hide" the create new account button, or have it link to the whmap login page.

    Can anyone help me find where to change this?

    Thanks,

    Peter
     
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    What's WHMAP?
     
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    You can modify or remove the link in the /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/themes/x/command file. Some cpanel upgrades will overwrite it, but not that often.
     
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    Got it, thanks!

    Thanks to Mike's post, I found the files (there is a main command file and one per theme), to change the link.

    So, now when someone logs into their WHM, and wants to create a new account, the link opens in a new window in WHMAP, where they can pay for the account, which was my goal. :)

    Thanks,

    Peter

    http://hostingopensource.com
     
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