suspended page modify

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I tried to modify the suspended page in WHM but it still shows cpanel's default. I believe many others talked about this but I couldn't find specific recent threads about this in search.

Anyone know what's up with this?
 
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Can someone please briefly give a hint about this? The modify suspended page in WHM is useless and I do not know what the work around is. Any help is appreciated.

Thank you
 
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That didn't do anything after I modified the index.htlm and restarted apache/cpanel.
 
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Both reseller and regulars don't work, they both show cpanel's ugly gray default suspended page :)
 

sneader

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Worked for me!

anup123 said:
Look in /usr/local/apache/htdocs/suspended.page directory

Cheers
Anup
Delayed thanks to Anup.... I used the directory above to create a custom suspended page and it worked great! I renamed the existing index.html to index-original.html, then created my own index.html.

- Scott
 

Spiral

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If the account is owned by "root", the suspended page is at:
/usr/local/apache/htdocs/suspended.page

If the account is owned by a reseller, the suspended page is at:
/home/(reseller's login)/public_html/suspended.page
 

wzd

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It may be that your custom suspended page is a index.php instead of index.html - Apache parses the .html instead of the .php so you still see the old "suspended page"

Anyone know if there is a way to prevent the suspended page from resetting to default everytime upcp runs and Apache updates?
 

markfrompf

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Ah, no. We had this same problem in the past and never figured it out.

Hopefully a more experienced person will catch this thread. :(
 

Infopro

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Quoting spiral;

This can be overwritten:

If the account is owned by "root", the suspended page is at:
/usr/local/apache/htdocs/suspended.page

This won't be:

If the account is owned by a reseller, the suspended page is at:
/home/(reseller's login)/public_html/suspended.page