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WHM link to Manual

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Website Rob, Apr 15, 2003.

  1. Website Rob

    Website Rob Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know what the link is?

    Being as it seems, no link is provided in any WHM Theme and, since we can use 'domain.com or IP address:2082/docs/cpanel/index.htm' without any problems, I found that 'domain.com or IP address:2086 or 2087/docs/whm/index.htm' only returns:

    Ooops! I lost your webpage [./docs/whm/index.htm] and I don't know where it went!!??!!
    Please forgive me

    Although the files are in the correct place on the Server, it seems there is no way to Browser view them. Does not seem logical that DarkOrb would have the files available and yet, no 'apparent' way to Browser view them.

    Any ideas?
     
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    May be you can download it here and edit your whm theme
    upload all doc to your server

    http://www.cpanel.net/docs/

    it is easy for you to edit whm theme, after you edit your theme, upload it to your server and zip it to .tar.gz use whm to install this theme
     
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    Rob also sent in a ticket relating to this thread that the version on the documentation was cPanel4 which is incorrect. A couple of other people have had similar complaints with the version branding.

    This will be addressed in the next version of documentation. It's exactly the things like this that I am looking for as I update and streamline the documentation. I welcome everyone's suggestions and comments.

    cPanel.net Support Ticket Number: 13159
     
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