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How to add a SiteBuilder icon into cPanel?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Simons, Nov 22, 2005.

  1. Simons

    Simons Registered

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    Hello,


    I'm interested in fully integration our product with cPanel,
    where can I find any information about how to do it?

    I mean add an icon in main cPanel window (like Fantastico icon),
    is there any manual how to do it?


    Thanks!
     
  2. richy

    richy Well-Known Member

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    /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/x is the main "theme" directory. You may wish to clone that theme (via WHM) before modifying as the "x" theme may be overwritten on cPanel updates.
     
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    I recommend you use the cells directory in the "x" theme rather than trying to modify the "x" theme directly. It is the only way (short of making the theme immutable) to be sure your new link won't be wiped out when the user updates cPanel. Most cPanel addons use this method, so take a look at the leach protect module or even the latest Fantastico to see how this is done.
     
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    Exactly, this is the way we do ours, otherwise like you said cPanel updates will wipe it all out.
     
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