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So, I believe access to the site builder is session based. Which means as long as you access it by logging in to your CP and clicking the site builder icon then you have access. Site Pad also works that way for my clients. There is a way you can use the features your talking about but you would have to subscribe to the builder individually in order to enable that functionality. Otherwise it uses session hashes to authticate. Hopes this helps. Also, if you run into any more issues then feel free to message me. I am a systems admin and I do this for a living and I could help you.
Yes, I am in process of changing (rebranding both MOFH accounts as well as my paid hosting account). So the mya2cloud.ga is not being promoted any longer and I am about to have MOFH delete that server account once I get my files off of it. My Free Server is the one I am promoting now. I have been with MOFH for 4 years now.
I run both kinds of servers and do refer clients to MOFH from my own paid hosting and promote iFastnet premium hosting as well. Irefer clients that want free hosting to my MOFH site, which has more resources than the other servers Free plans.
Here is the customized login page for each:
Feel free to message me if you have any questions or need help implementing this type of login option
MOFH url is http://myfreeserver.net
In case you are interested in using the remote form under your own sites template, here is the code:
<div align="left"> <form action="https://cpanel.yourdomain.com/login.php " method="post" name="login" > <label for="mod_login_username">Username:<input name="uname" id="mod_login_username" type="text" class="inputbox" alt="username" size="10" /></label><br> <label for="mod_login_password">Password :<input type="password" id="mod_login_password" name="passwd" class="inputbox" size="10" alt="password" /></label><br> <input type="submit" name="Submit" class="button" value="Login!" /> <a href="https://cpanel.yourdomain.com/lostpassword.php">Lost your password?</a> </div>
Stay healthy and safe!
You had mentioned using the port, but here I see you submit them to the login script. Eh, doesn't matter.
Thank you, and stay healthy and safe as well!
So, I use the ports on the whm installation for my vps, which has full root access. That's why I use the api and ports on that server. I have checked and MOFH has the standard ports that the api uses blocked except for port 2087 which is what the reseller panel uses. So the only way to use a remote login for is to POST the user credentials to the /login.php which passes the credentials through the vp login page and then logs you in without having to enter any additional information. Yes, I know it pauses on the login box before logging you in. This is a restriction that MOFH has imposed.
At the end of the day you can't expect to have your cake and eat it too. They are giving us valuable disk and bandwidth to host for free. Unfortunately, it does mean we have to get comfortable without certain creature comforts. If you need the additional access I recommend getting a VPS as you would then get full root access and be able to host unlimited cPanels up to your disk and bandwidth limitation. If you would like recommendations then I would be more than happy to give you more information.
Stay Safe and Healthy!
Steven Johnson, CEO
My Free Server
So, the vPanel login page is just a skinned cPanel login page using PLv3. vPanel is customised by putting your company logo on it through the reseller panel. If you want further customization then you would have to use a remote login form. I skinned my own remote login form to match my site exactly. I pass the login credentials directly to port 2083 so it bypasses the vpanel login page and just logins them directly into their cPanel Account. The code is super easy and i just installed it in a subdomain called "login" which allows my users to login in at "login.mydoamin.com" instead of vPanel.