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tetoalex7

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Pleas Admin Small Thing But Very Very Important

ALL I NEED IS YOU ADD CODE IN


THAT'S MAKE ME ABLE TO ADD THE Document Root OF THE NEW SUB DOMAIN CREATED with script

WHEN I TURN SCRIPT ON AND MAKE SUB DOMAINS ALL SUB DOMAINS BECOME LIKE THAT'S

EXAMBLE

SUBDOMAIN.DOMAIN.COM

Document Root

public_html/SUBDOMAIN

I NEED ANY WAY IN SCRIPT MAKE ME WHO ADD THE Document Root I WANT FOR ALL SUB DOMAIN

BECAUSE I WANT ALL THEM HAVE 1 Document Root

EXAMBLE

SUBDOMAIN1.DOMAIN.COM
SUBDOMAIN2.DOMAIN.COM
SUBDOMAIN3.DOMAIN.COM
SUBDOMAIN4.DOMAIN.COM

Document Root FOR THEM ALL

HOME/EXAMBLE

SO PLEAS PLEAS PLEAS HELP ME Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry

SCRIPT

SCRIPT

PHP:
<?php

###############################################################
# cPanel Subdomains Creator 1.1
###############################################################
# Visit /http://www.zubrag.com/scripts/ for updates
###############################################################
#
# Can be used in 3 ways:
# 1. just open script in browser and fill the form
# 2. pass all info via url and form will not appear
# Sample: cpanel_subdomains.php?cpaneluser=USER&cpanelpass=PASSWORD&domain=DOMAIN&subdomain=SUBDOMAIN
# 3. list subdomains in file. In this case you must provide all the defaults below
#
# Note: you can omit any parameter, except "subdomain".
# When omitted, default value specified below will be taken
###############################################################

// cpanel user
define('CPANELUSER','user');

// cpanel password
define('CPANELPASS','pass');

// name of the subdomains list file.
// file format may be 1 column or 2 columns divided with semicilon (;)
// Example for two columns:
//   rootdomain1;subdomain1
//   rootdomain1;subdomain2
// Example for one columns:
//   subdomain1
//   subdomain2
define('INPUT_FILE','domains.txt');

// cPanel skin (mainly "x")
// Check /http://www.zubrag.com/articles/determine-cpanel-skin.php
// to know it for sure
define('CPANEL_SKIN','x');

// Default domain (subdomains will be created for this domain)
// Will be used if not passed via parameter and not set in subdomains file
define('DOMAIN','');


/////////////// END OF INITIAL SETTINGS ////////////////////////
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

function getVar($name, $def = '') {
  if (isset($_REQUEST[$name]) && ($_REQUEST[$name] != ''))
    return $_REQUEST[$name];
  else 
    return $def;
}

$cpaneluser=getVar('cpaneluser', CPANELUSER);
$cpanelpass=getVar('cpanelpass', CPANELPASS);
$cpanel_skin = getVar('cpanelskin', CPANEL_SKIN);

if (isset($_REQUEST["subdomain"])) {
  // get parameters passed via URL or form, emulate string from file 
  $doms = array( getVar('domain', DOMAIN) . ";" . $_REQUEST["subdomain"]);
  if (getVar('domain', DOMAIN) == '') die("You must specify domain name");
}
else {
  // open file with domains list
  $doms = @file(INPUT_FILE);
  if (!$doms) {
    // file does not exist, show input form
    echo "
Cannot find input file with subdomains information. It is ok if you are not creating subdomains from file.<br>
Tip: leave field empty to use default value you have specified in the script's code.<br>
<form method='post'>
  Subdomain:<input name='subdomain'><br>
  Domain:<input name='domain'><br>
  cPanel User:<input name='cpaneluser'><br>
  cPanel Password:<input name='cpanelpass'><br>
  cPanel Skin:<input name='cpanelskin'><br>
  <input type='submit' value='Create Subdomain' style='border:1px solid black'>
</form>";
    die();
  }
}

// create subdomain
function subd($host,$port,$ownername,$passw,$request) {

  $sock = fsockopen('localhost',2082);
  if(!$sock) {
    print('Socket error');
    exit();
  }

  $authstr = "$ownername:$passw";
  $pass = base64_encode($authstr);
  $in = "GET $request\r\n";
  $in .= "HTTP/1.0\r\n";
  $in .= "Host:$host\r\n";
  $in .= "Authorization: Basic $pass\r\n";
  $in .= "\r\n";
 
  fputs($sock, $in);
  while (!feof($sock)) {
    $result .= fgets ($sock,128);
  }
  fclose( $sock );

  return $result;
}

foreach($doms as $dom) {
  $lines = explode(';',$dom);
  if (count($lines) == 2) {
    // domain and subdomain passed
    $domain = trim($lines[0]);
    $subd = trim($lines[1]);
  }
  else {
    // only subdomain passed
    $domain = getVar('domain', DOMAIN);
    $subd = trim($lines[0]);
  }
  // /http://[domainhere]:2082/frontend/x/subdomain/doadddomain.html?domain=[subdomain here]&rootdomain=[domain here]
  $request = "/frontend/$cpanel_skin/subdomain/doadddomain.html?rootdomain=$domain&domain=$subd";
  $result = subd('localhost',2082,$cpaneluser,$cpanelpass,$request);
  $show = strip_tags($result);
  echo $show;
}

?>
 
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tetoalex7

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my frind im create so much sumdoamins and i want them lead to one folder that's because i make so much subdomain
and for every one in my workteam take some subdomain and see who will advert them fast

thats help me lot to found who good who bad

so pleas i need your help pleas
 

MikeDVB

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I believe what you're wanting to do is possible but I don't think anybody here is going to custom code this for you for free out of the kindness of their hearts... I could be wrong - but you're likely going to have to look for a pre-existing solution, hire a developer, or develop the solution yourself.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
 
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