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Promotions in EA3

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by LostNerd, Sep 23, 2015.

  1. LostNerd

    LostNerd Well-Known Member

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    So I've just been going through EA3, making some changes and I came across this promotional message:

    i61.tinypic.com/n8lc3.png

    Personally, I feel that buy paying for a cPanel license, it's not exactly appropriate to advertise another paid service without consent.

    I can understand adding some notes surrounding CloudLinux on your documentation however.

    Is there any specific reasoning for this other than boosting CloudLinux sales?
     
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  2. cPJacob

    cPJacob cPanel Product Owner
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    Hi,

    CloudLinux is a long time partner of us, and while we understand that adding promotional items might not be things you want to see in the UI, however we felt that CloudLinux offering Hardened PHP versions for systems and clients who require older PHP versions was of high enough value to our clients to make this offering. You can remove the CloudLinux promotions by selecting the Remove the Upgrade to CloudLinux banner from the EasyApache interface checkbox in the Preferences section of the Exhaustive Options List stage.
     
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    Hi Jacob,

    Thanks for your response.

    Fair enough then. At least you added an option to opt-out. That makes it perfectly acceptable.

    I hadn't noticed that and so I thought it was being thrust upon me.

    Panic over. Lol.
     
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