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Plugin Review: Ultimate Dashboard

Plugin Review: Ultimate Dashboard

Ok, folks- I’m pretty jazzed about a new plugin that I came across just this afternoon that I really think could change the game for #DoOO SPLOT/Site Template Builders and WordPress Multisite Administrators. My research for something like this began from an email I received from Coventry University asking about the extent that we could Continue reading Plugin Review: Ultimate Dashboard

Filtering Alias Email Notifications into Slack

Filtering Alias Email Notifications into Slack

Ok, today I set out to revamp Sales team notifications for our reseller registrars. I’ll be documenting as I go, but will first share a little back story: We have some Domain of One’s Own schools that register Top Level domains for all of their users, so keeping those domains separate from shared hosting and Continue reading Filtering Alias Email Notifications into Slack

Creating Different Versions of cPanel for different User Groups in WHM

Creating Different Versions of cPanel for different User Groups in WHM

cPanel Packages work great in Domain of One’s Own or Managed Hosting environments where an administrator wants to offer different versions of cPanel to the end user. (i.e. Student vs. Faculty accounts; Beginner vs. Advanced accounts; 1GB vs. 5GB accounts… you get the picture.) Watch the video tutorial below to get a sense of what’s Continue reading Creating Different Versions of cPanel for different User Groups in WHM

What to Consider When Organizing Faculty Sites and Coursework in cPanel

What to Consider When Organizing Faculty Sites and Coursework in cPanel

I get asked all the time how to best organize work, specifically for Faculty course sites, within cPanel. Should Faculty put everything in one cPanel, or multiple, separate cPanels? Should they use single application installs or a multisite? Should they use subdomains or subfolders? My small preface here is that there’s no one “right” way Continue reading What to Consider When Organizing Faculty Sites and Coursework in cPanel

Activating Installatron Apps on a per User/Group Basis

Activating Installatron Apps on a per User/Group Basis

I’ve seen a little confusion surrounding the ability to enable/disable applications on a per user/group basis within a Domain of One’s Own environment, so I thought I’d follow up with a little tutorial: We should already know that it’s possible to set different user groups for cPanel accounts via Hosting Packages, and then customize the Continue reading Activating Installatron Apps on a per User/Group Basis