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Old 11th March 2007, 16:34
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Hey Guys,

If I have posted this incorrectly please forgive me but I have a ton of questions.

I have been through all the manuals and I am baffled by a few things.

One is when you create a new reseller/client/site You have to give it limits/quotas. What is the hosting plan icon for and how does it relate to creating resellers/clients/sites?

Secondly, Where does the main site go? I mean do I have to create myself as a reseller or what?

Thirdly, If I have to create a hosting plan per se, how do I attach it to the account it is meant for?

Sorry if these are redundant but I have searched the docs/manuals and also these forums and not seen a thing regarding these questions I have.

Thanks very much for helping.
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One is when you create a new reseller/client/site You have to give it limits/quotas. What is the hosting plan icon for and how does it relate to creating resellers/clients/sites?
The hosting plan is a kind of template that helps you to create websites faster that have the same settings.

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Secondly, Where does the main site go? I mean do I have to create myself as a reseller or what?
There is no main site. Every website is tored in a path of the form /var/www/web[ID]/web/

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Thirdly, If I have to create a hosting plan per se, how do I attach it to the account it is meant for?
You dont have to use a hosting plan.
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Old 13th March 2007, 13:17
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Thanks Till,

I appreciate it.
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