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    Ads on every page.

    Hey I have a alpha reseller with whm
    and i was wondering is there any way to
    automatically add ads to every webpage someone makes that your hosting?

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    Let me assume, that you are going to offer free hosting and you want to put adds automatically on every site maked.

    you can do this using iHost.

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    Unless the control panel supports this there is no way that you can add advertisements without having root access to the server (or they have to install it for you).
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    Quote Originally Posted by yourwebhostereu View Post
    Unless the control panel supports this there is no way that you can add advertisements without having root access to the server (or they have to install it for you).
    you can do it without root as well I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by no69_2007 View Post
    you can do it without root as well I think
    It has to be configured in the vhost and a module has to be loaded, if the module isn't loaded and you can't modify the vhost in apache (what is most likely) you can't do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yourwebhostereu View Post
    It has to be configured in the vhost and a module has to be loaded, if the module isn't loaded and you can't modify the vhost in apache (what is most likely) you can't do it.
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    You could ask your host to install mod_substitute or mod_layout and add a .htaccess file to the skeleton directory (not public_html in the skeleton directory though as it will be found easily there)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmmcintyre3 View Post
    You could ask your host to install mod_substitute or mod_layout and add a .htaccess file to the skeleton directory (not public_html in the skeleton directory though as it will be found easily there)
    unless it's not writable the client/user can always remove that/edit that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yourwebhostereu View Post
    unless it's not writable the client/user can always remove that/edit that.
    Right, but out of ~250 free clients, not one has found it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmmcintyre3 View Post
    Right, but out of ~250 free clients, not one has found it.
    If it is writable for the client, it means that you've done something wrong. Anyway, it's up to you to take that risk or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by no69_2007 View Post
    Let me assume, that you are going to offer free hosting and you want to put adds automatically on every site maked.

    you can do this using iHost.
    Really wish this software was around 12 years ago when I was running a freehost, that would have been nice lol.

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    You need to buy ihost license to make it work in a smooth way

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    Quote Originally Posted by GVRDHosting View Post
    Really wish this software was around 12 years ago when I was running a freehost, that would have been nice lol.
    hah, I honestly dont see why people offer free hosting ok ok the ads but seriously all the abuse?

    Also this user is an alpha reseller he/she must confirm if free hosting is permitted with the providers TOS

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    I am agree with Alexx LL, There is license needed for automatically placing ads to every webpage.

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    If someone pays for your web hosting services which you provide for him her I suppose he will never agree for the ads on the every page unless we are talking about free hosting.

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