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Modernbill - cPanel single login

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by steele, May 31, 2005.

  1. steele

    steele Active Member

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    I've been looking through forums, but did not find a good answer on how to accomplish single login integration between cPanel and ModernBill.

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    When client logs in into cPanel, I want to have a MB icon there. After clicking on it, you would get to your MB account without having to login again.

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    I would also like to have a 'Support' icon in cPanel, which gets you to the MB support desk area without having to login.

    Anyone has this working?

    Thanks.
     
  2. maxihost2

    maxihost2 Well-Known Member
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    We have this working. Our PHP/MySQL programmer did it for us.
    Its a single logon that customer will login with his e-mail and password and then choose between logging in to cpanel or modernbill.

    Also, when the customer have more than one site it will also display.

    The user dont have to input login/password again because our script checks for his login and password stored at mb database and log the customer in.

    Also, it will display invoices at that single logon and disable customer login to cpanel if the invoices are late.

    It has many other functions, if you have interest contact us.
     
  3. rvskin

    rvskin Well-Known Member
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    It is possible in RVskin.
     
  4. steele

    steele Active Member

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    We're using the xSkin, any ideas on how to do it with that skin?

    Thanks.
     
  5. steele

    steele Active Member

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    anyone...?
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Go on, have a guess
    You'll clearly have to learn how to modify/program the cPanel skins or hire someone to do it for you, or use a skin that already allows you to do this, i.e. rvskin and probably cpanelxp.
     
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