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Discussion in 'User Experience' started by Radio_Head, Oct 17, 2002.

  1. Radio_Head

    Radio_Head Well-Known Member

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    Where is located the log out page ? I wish to customized but I cannot find it on my server .

    thanks
     
  2. Juanra

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    It's surely a hardcoded script that removes the cookie and returns to logout.html
     
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    In each theme directory you will find the logout.html file. Customizing this should help.

    Example:

    /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/bluelagoon/logout.html
     
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    OK thank you I have understand . The logout.html is called automatically by http://www.domain.com:2082/logout

    As you explained , It' s enough to modify logout.html , however if you want a real log out ,

    we have to use this link
    http://www.domain.com:2082/logout

    in fact if we use
    http://www.domain.com:2082/frontend/yourskin/logout.html
    log out will not work fine.

    Bye and thanks
     
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    Correct - using :2082/logout will call logout.html which can be customized.
     
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    Hmm... after logout pressing the back buttons is bringing the user straight back to where he left off in cpanel - without a request for authorization. Is there a remedy for this?
     
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    [quote:46a36568fc][i:46a36568fc]Originally posted by moronhead[/i:46a36568fc]

    Hmm... after logout pressing the back buttons is bringing the user straight back to where he left off in cpanel - without a request for authorization. Is there a remedy for this?[/quote:46a36568fc]

    If you click update on your browser it shoud require the password .

    Are you linking to 2082:/logout ?
     
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    One thing to keep in mind, unless you are using a copy of one of themes or have update turned off, any changes made to the html files will be lot if the theme gets an update.

    Also there is no such thing as a perfect logout. The best thing is after hitting logout is to close the browser window and launch a new one.
     
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    [quote:1063172cb6][i:1063172cb6]Originally posted by moronhead[/i:1063172cb6]
    Hmm... after logout pressing the back buttons is bringing the user straight back to where he left off in cpanel - without a request for authorization. Is there a remedy for this?[/quote:1063172cb6]
    http://forums.cpanel.net/read.php?TID=4834
     
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    Hi,
    I want to use images on my logout-page. At the moment these images are located in the theme-directory. This causes a new htacces-window at the logout-page (it's clear because these images are after the logout-process in a secured area). Now I'd like to know where I have to save these images to avoid this htacces-window.

    Thank you :)

    Strauberry
     
  11. dgbaker

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    One way is to have the images outside 2082 and link to them.

    Put images in /usr/local/apache/htdocs/images

    <img src=http://server.domain.com/images/imagename>
     
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    strauberry Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    ok that's the only possibility I think :)

    Thank you!

    strauberry
     
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    A suggestion

    logout.html
    //start
    </head>
    <base href="http://www.yourdomain.com"
    <body>

    //in the images
    <img src="ico-yourimage.gif" border="0">

    //in the reconnect
    <a href="http://www.<cpanel print="DOMAIN">:2082"></a>

    Safety? I didn't still verify problems.

    cPanel.net Support Ticket Number:

    cPanel.net Support Ticket Number:
     
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