Prompt site owner before deleting a MySql DB

eitanc

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Hello,
My current cPanel version is 11.24.4-RELEASE 33609.
I entered the "MySQL® Databases" and wanted to click a "check" link of one of my DBs but accidently I clicked the "delete" link.
That's it. This DB is no history.

It will be VERY kind of you to enhance the GUI (a popup window or another page) so it will give the site admin the option to regret and save the db (and of course, it will be nice if the prompt's default will be NOT to delete the db).

Thank you.
 

cPanelKenneth

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Hello,
My current cPanel version is 11.24.4-RELEASE 33609.
I entered the "MySQL® Databases" and wanted to click a "check" link of one of my DBs but accidently I clicked the "delete" link.
That's it. This DB is no history.

It will be VERY kind of you to enhance the GUI (a popup window or another page) so it will give the site admin the option to regret and save the db (and of course, it will be nice if the prompt's default will be NOT to delete the db).

Thank you.
It sounds like you are not using the X3 theme. The MySQL interface in X3 does prompt you before removing the database. Which theme are you using?
 

eitanc

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The theme is "cPanel X v2.5.0"

But I can't see how can I change it.
Isn't it something only my hosting company can change?

Thanks.
 

cPanelKenneth

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This thread was moved as the discussion is more support related.

To the original poster, as Infopro mentioned you need to request your host to change your theme. The cPanel X theme has not been maintained for over a year and is scheduled for end-of-life in the future.