younes253

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Good evening ;

I am administrator in the DataCenter
and I want to integrate my own cms in WHM/Cpanel
when my customers go on their WHM/Cpanel ,they can upload my CMS directly ,
like Softaculous Auto Installer

thank you for your help
 

younes253

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how to integret my own cms !

I am administrator in the DataCenter
and I want to integrate my own cms in WHM/Cpanel
when my customers go on their WHM/Cpanel ,they can upload my CMS directly ,
like Softaculous Auto Installer

thank you for your help
 

JaredR.

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Hello:

It looks like you also asked this in ticket 3974377.

ThinIce's reply was relevant to your question. Did you read the documentation he linked to? A cPAddon sounds like what you want to make.

The following documentation (which ThinIce linked to) explains how to create your own cPAddon. A cPAddon is a site script that users can install from cPanel.


Introduction to cPAddons


The following documentation explains how to create your own cPanel plugin:


Creating a cPanel Plugin


You should also read our developer documentation:


cPanel & WHM's SDK


We cannot code a cPAddon or plugin for you, but the documentation should help you get started.
 

JaredR.

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If you want the same files (as in static HTML and images, no dynamic content) to be copied to ALL new accounts when the accounts are created, then you can put those files in /root/cpanel3-skel. Any files in that directory will be automatically copied to a new account as soon as it is created.

However, what I think you are asking for is a way to provide software in cPanel so that a cPanel user can click a button to place it on the user's site. That is called a cPAddon. Please read this documentation to learn how to make a cPAddon:

Introduction to cPAddons

Please let us know if you have any questions after you read this documentation.