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New Website (Control Panel) Better Explanation Inside

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Beansweb.co.uk, Dec 29, 2005.

  1. Beansweb.co.uk

    Beansweb.co.uk Active Member

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    Im not sure whelther this is the best place to post.

    I am a hoster and am using cPanel/WHM. I am now in the process of getting a website made. i would like to intergrate cPanel into the site. i know that there are modules and addons available but they what i am looking for. I plan to build a website with the cPanel as the main focus of the site and not an add-in.

    I am asking to see if there are any sites like this in existance. if not i would plan to build a cms to do so, but make it customizable.

    i hate the fact that cPanel and WHM are on different ports as they are not accessible in most locations, which is kind of annoying.

    i would like feedback on whethler it is a good project and how to do it as, lets just im not the brightest bulb.

    ALSO sorry to the people who dont understand what i am saying. :)
     
  2. Bloory

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    cPanel & WHM use different ports to Apache for good reason, but if it is not possible to configure your firewalls to allow access to them consider using cPanel Proxy. There was another, more customiseable but basically similar script floating round, but I haven't seen the guy who coded it online for some while...


    Anyway, hope that in part answers your question :)
     
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    Beansweb.co.uk Active Member

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    i host my sites using cpanel but do not have access to root. i like the idea. im interesed in a website with everying built in and look together and in place. and all on port 80 so it can be accessed even behind a stupid firewall.

    also no offence but the script you linked me to is for cpanel, and cpanel does not support windows so why is the in .zip as you wuld expect it to be .tar.gz or something like that
     
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    Bloory Active Member

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    You don't need root to upload that script. Just make sure your host is ok with you using it.

    Linux (and others) can read zip files. I'd use the Auto Installer.

    You'll need to make the web page protected in some way so that visitors can't modify your settings so why not just use the proxy?
     
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    Beansweb.co.uk Active Member

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    thanks for that info,

    sorry but im locked into the idea of the cpanel cms idea now
     
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    Good luck.

    Make sure you keep your host's server secure :D
     
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    Beansweb.co.uk Active Member

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    to be honest i dont really care about my host server as it is the host from hell to put it nicely
     
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    Izzee Well-Known Member

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    So why do you stay with them? :rolleyes: .
     
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    i have payed for the year and they wont give me a refund

    its a good plan and servers (most of the time) but it is the hosting comnpany that is crap. they dont respond to e-mails and if they do they take their time.
     
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    Beansweb.co.uk Active Member

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    i have deciede to do the project, but was told by some people that i need to ask permission from cPanel to do so.

    If any cpanel admins look at this thread could you please post whelther or not i would be able to make this site and/or sell it
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    I don't really understand what you're trying to achieve :eek: but if you want permission from cPanel for any venture that involves their copyrighted material, then you need to contact billing@cpanel.net for permission.
     
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