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Quick Tip to make your user's life easier

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by ckizer, Mar 31, 2005.

  1. ckizer

    ckizer Well-Known Member

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    If you don't have a custom cpanel skin, you should consider adding the path to the user's home directory. Users seem to ask this question often.

    Here's how to print it back: (nice thing to add to the index.html)

    /home/<cpanel print="$user">/public_html/

    So putting that would display back in cpanel:
    /home/username/public_html/
     
  2. kosmo

    kosmo Well-Known Member

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    A user dir may also be at /home2/ or wherever, so this command will not be accuarte. This will be:
    <cpanel print="$homedir">

    kosmo
     
  3. ckizer

    ckizer Well-Known Member

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    Thanks that's much better. I didn't see that in the api.txt file anywhere....
     
  4. ckizer

    ckizer Well-Known Member

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    That command prints back /home/username
    I recommend adding (in the index.html) for the control panel theme
    "/public_html/" onto that. Often "idiot" users will forget that and just copy/paste the path listed in their control panel ;-)

    Thanks.
     
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