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Add links to cPanel and/or WHM? Is it Possible?



Hi Guys:


I'm another LPanel deceived and disappointed customer. My LPanel license is still alive but my application doesn't work correctly... and the worst thing is that I cannot access the LPanel member's area or chat with someone (they are logged off all day) to request support.... anyhow! I'm happy I found WHMCS.


Now to the point... A good thing about the member's area that LPanel provides for my customers is that it has a link to cPanel and WHM (in case they are resellers). People love not to be forced to login twice... my question is... is it possible to add custom links to WHMCS? and... How would I go to add the link to the members cPanel so they don't have to login?


Something like mysite.com:2083?uid=(member}&pass={memberpass}


Another question... If I have a reseller signup and they want to have custom name servers... does WHMC provides that fucntionality in the member's area and at the time of signup in the order form?


Thanx for helping me out! :D

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hmmm.... well, after browsing all the member's area i couldn't find any Image/Icon/Link to cPanel or WHM. I'd installed the demo version on my server and don't see an option like that either on the meber's area or the admin area.


Anyways thanx for your reply! Cheers!!

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Set up hosting account then make sure in client details in admin area the username and password is entered in the product section then 2 links appear in the client area when viewing hosting details cpanel and webmail. But if the info is not in admin area links do not appear.

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