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Old 11th December 2011, 12:54
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Default Howto assingn modules to be displayed for not logged in visitors

Hello,

I'm looking for a solution to display a module's content for not logged in visitors in ISPConfig 3.

The visitors should be able to view the product matrix and pricelist and should also have the opportunity to check the availability of a domain, doing the user registration and of course to place orders.

I did already ask about that here (in german language !).
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Old 12th December 2011, 10:09
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You can use the ISPConfig remote API to connect your hosting website with ISPConfig, so that you can create customers and websites from within your hosting order cart. See remoting_client/examples folder in the ispconfig 3.0.4.1 tar.gz file.
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Thank you, till.
The remote API thing is what I've been looking for. I mixed up the modules with the API.
The API solution was also mentioned by Burges in the German ISPConfig forum at howtoforge (see link above).

Thanks!
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