I'll point out a few in case you missed them:i dont see any new features that would benefit me or my clients
2) Lots of people use 800x600 lets have it fit properly on the screen instead of being a bit too long.
What if you host 10,000 sites? 5% becomes 500 users that have issues. Thats more people that have problems viewing the panel than most hosts have total customers.only about 5% of my users use 800x600
I am going to give that one a big AMEN I have been waiting for the day the default address goes to 'Nix heaven. Since that wont likely happen I hope cpanel can retire it for us instead.1) If the default mail account contains ":fail:" then the default mailbox is NOT listed in the email section. There must be very few hosting companies that use the default box anymore and having it listed just confuses people..
I have forums that have around that many users..What if you host 10,000 sites? 5% becomes 500 users that have issues. Thats more people that have problems viewing the panel than most hosts have total customers.
That is more of a feature request which can be submitted at bugzilla. its more related to a billing system issue as far as the welcome letter goes, but it might be useful to see it in WHMHi everyone,
since we're seing a brand new x3 theme for Cpanel 11, I'd like to know are you guys doing something for us hosting companies.
I'm talking about an option that HELM from webhostingautomation.com has - you can define an html template with account information which is sent to the clients e-mail address when the domain is set up. Since I agree with rs-freddo - some of the hosting clients are either really dumb or just had never seen a Control Panel before, I have to write an email for every domain I create, and every mail is the same, except for the domain name, username and password.
You could implement this in future WHM/CPanel builds? It doesn't have to be fancy for startes, just an option that will automatically send: "Hi dear customer, your username is this, password that and you can login at http://domains.com/cpanel" is fine.
Not all true. Some people use that resolution due to poor eyesight, accessibility, etc. The point is, that it is not that hard to design so that it does not stretch an 800x600 screen, so why not do it just to eliminate complaints from that small 5%.I have forums that have around that many users..
But on the point, people who use that resolution are people who don't even use the web that much, and it doesn't conflict them at all! My Mother and Father have a Windows 98 and they could care less if the page is bigger then the screen, simple because they do not use the computer much.
People who are using their computer alot are the ones like you and I.
Point is people using that resolutions don't even care much as they didn't care enough to change it, and if they didn't know how, they would figure it out by asking, but if they didn't do that, they didn't care, so why would it bother them that the screen doesn't fit?
I tried explaining that the best I could, lol
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