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Suspended Page

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by zippohosting, Apr 22, 2007.

  1. zippohosting

    zippohosting Active Member

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    When you suspend a domain - it goes to

    http://host.yourhost.com/suspended.page/

    But see - why does it not just stay on the domain - this will not be good if a
    reseller sold the domain -

    If we had a domain called : www.yourdomain.com and we suspend it - should it
    not show the suspended page right on www.yourdomain.com and not redirect them
    over to http://host.yourhost.com/suspended.page/

    Go ahead and suspend zippohosting.com and then go to http://zippohosting.com

    How do we get it so when a domain is suspended the suspended page appears on the domain...and not redirects them to host.yourhost.com

    Thank you
     
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    dalem Well-Known Member
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    When you suspend an account under Cpanel, it redirects to the "/suspended.page/"
    of either the default account if the account is owned by root or under the reseller's
    primary domain if the suspended account is owned by a reseller.

    You can also manually adjust the location where visitors are sent after a site is
    suspended by editing the .htaccess file in the /public_html folder of the
    suspended web hosting account.
     
  4. zippohosting

    zippohosting Active Member

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    So ---

    So, regardless of a reseller or a normal user account...

    How do I get any and all suspend pages to go to....

    www.theirdomain.com and show the suspend page?
     
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    You can't do this unless you manually modify the apache config file every time you do a suspend.

    The best you can do is:

    1) Use an anonymous server hostname.

    2) Tell your resellers that their suspended accounts will go to the /suspended.page/ folder in their main reseller domain name.
     
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