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What would I have to do if I want the login and signup page in my index directory? For example:

/htdocs

index.php

login.php

signup.php

- /client-area

- - all other MOHY files

 

 

Also, is there a way to log the signup IP in the hosting_clients table?

Thanks!

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12 hours ago, TinkerMan said:

What would I have to do if I want the login and signup page in my index directory? For example:

/htdocs

index.php

login.php

signup.php

- /client-area

- - all other MOHY files

 

 

Also, is there a way to log the signup IP in the hosting_clients table?

Thanks!

Well I'm still working on ip

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9 hours ago, Shen Wei said:

Well I'm still working on ip

Not a problem :) 

Ignore what I said earlier about sending it to the MOFH API. That was stupid (since it is already done) and not possible. 

 

Am I able to move the login.php and signup.php to the main directory, or does it have to stay with the rest of the installation?

Thanks! 

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3 hours ago, TinkerMan said:

Am I able to move the login.php and signup.php to the main directory, or does it have to stay with the rest of the installation?

I don't use mofhy but I think you can move login or signup page anywhere you wish as long as form action is set to right place. As I can see from files, the form action should be set to /src/function/Login.php or Signup.php. You also have to modify function files and set session message headers to the new destination where your login/signup file are moved.

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3 hours ago, TinkerMan said:

Not a problem :) 

Ignore what I said earlier about sending it to the MOFH API. That was stupid (since it is already done) and not possible. 

 

Am I able to move the login.php and signup.php to the main directory, or does it have to stay with the rest of the installation?

Thanks! 

I don't think so because it will effect the styles of the pages because include to go system and file structure is complicated. 

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2 hours ago, TinkerMan said:

Awesome! Just to clarify, these are on the upcoming list for next month right?

  • Domains section in the client area
  • Extra Tools page
  • Google Authorization and signup implementation 
  • Whatever other secrets you have :)

Haha 🤣 what do you think what I'm

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