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PHP Selector - please add "save message" feedback after changing.

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by electric, Dec 24, 2012.

  1. electric

    electric Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    When customer makes a change using the PHP Selector, there is no indication that the change was saved or not.

    Can you please add some "feedback" after the customer clicks the OK button? For example, you could add:

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    PHP Version was successfully changed.
    ------------

    Also, can you change the button text from "OK" to "Change"? This makes it more clear to the customer.

    Lastly... if you really want to make the UI more customer friendly... you could use some simple javascript.

    1. When customer clicks the "Select PHP Version", you should show what is the currently selected version, and then initially hide the "OK" button.

    2. When customer selects a version from the drop-down box, now you display the modules available for selection, along with some text that says, "Select the desired modules for this version of PHP, and then click the "Change" button to switch your account to the selected PHP version.

    Thanks.
     
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    Also, please change the "Default" button to something more user-friendly that describes what this button actually does....

    For example:

    "Reset Modules to Default Values"

    And maybe put the button below or inside the modules selection box area, so that it is more clear that this button is for the modules and not anything to do with "default" version of PHP.
     
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    CloudLinux =/= Cpanel

    (Although it is supported by CPanel.)

    Has this changed?
     
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