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Old 15th August 2005, 13:33
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Hello everyone. It only took me 2 times installing to get it right. (messed up typing my ip address at the end of the first try....). anyhoo, I have a newbie question, so bear with me.

I got ispconfig setup and able to login and all that. What I want to do is have a link on a website for, say, Web Hosting', which will take the user to ispconfig so they can login and setup a site and email. How exactly can I accomplish this? I appreciate any advice on this. thanks
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Old 15th August 2005, 13:52
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I got ispconfig setup and able to login and all that. What I want to do is have a link on a website for, say, Web Hosting', which will take the user to ispconfig so they can login and setup a site and email. How exactly can I accomplish this? I appreciate any advice on this. thanks
What about this?
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<a href="https://server1.example.com:81">Web Hosting</a>
You could also include the login form on other web pages.
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Old 15th August 2005, 14:38
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You know, right after I posted that, I started to actually think for a moment, and said, 'what an idiot!' Thats, exactly what I'll be doing (especially after reading all the ispconfig docs). It's all starting to come together now. It's been a long strange trip these last couple of months.....

Thanks for the quick reply and for such a great opensource product for us to use. I'll be back...
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