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  1. #1
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    Default cPanel/WHM page - change/remove?

    So I've just been setting up my first dedicated server, and have realised I want to be able to ensure that the default cPanel/WHM page (see attachment for what I mean) comes up when I point a new domain at one of the IPs...

    Is there any way whatsoever to stop this from displaying? Is there any way I can replace it with a simple html/php file?


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    Quote Originally Posted by fluffels View Post
    Is there any way whatsoever to stop this from displaying? Is there any way I can replace it with a simple html/php file?
    You can replace it with anything you'd like by modifying the index files located under: /usr/local/apache/htdocs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat H View Post
    You can replace it with anything you'd like by modifying the index files located under: /usr/local/apache/htdocs
    Thank you for the information, I've always wondered how to replace that ugly standard page.

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    Won't that file will get replaced once cPanel updates?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinsar View Post
    Won't that file will get replaced once cPanel updates?
    http://www.cpanel.net/support/docs/e...aq_ea3.html#n7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Robertson View Post
    I wouldn't trust cPanel updates not to overwrite anything on my server. Whenever we update, I always have another technician on hand in case stuff explodes

    Set your updates to manual and downgrade the file persmissions on /usr/local/apache/htdocs files. That's the only sure fire way to ensure cPanel doesn't take an axe to your custom default Apache pages.
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    sweeeeet.

    cheers guys

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