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Implementing Content Management System with Cpanel/WHM

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Menki, Apr 24, 2008.

  1. Menki

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    Hello

    I want to ask what kind of CMS System can i use to install with CPANEL and WHM.
    I want to have Content Management System that have the same users as in the WHM/Cpanel. When user is Registered in CMS than should the user login to cpanel with the same user and password ? I have ckecked some CMS Sysems postnuke, xoops and e107. Alle CMS are good and having many options but how can i use CMS with CPANEL and register over CMS automaticuly accounts in WHM?

    Please help me to find the right CMS for me.

    Thank you

    MENKI
     
  2. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    There is no CMS I know of that can tie into cPanel and share users data as I think it sounds like you're hoping for.

    You might ask your host for additional assistance with this.
     
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    cPanel users are simply Unix users. Find a plug-in to these scripts that allows for authentication as such a user and you should be alright.

    Of all the various CMSs out there, there seems to be many efforts to tightly integrate Drupal with cPanel/WHM. You may want to go and check that out. Drupal is also one of the better programmed CMS applications out there.
     
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