Normal user can't create website

edited April 11 in Bug Report

Hello,
Thanks for awesome Panel. Right now it needs very improvement. The "Normal User" can't create a "website" from their panel but admin can. So, please fix the bug.

Admin panel:

User panel:

Also, main login page language does not set "English" by default.

Also, user's can't modify the user information:
https://prnt.sc/j3n3a7

Regards.

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  • @murshed said:
    Hello,
    Thanks for awesome Panel. Right now it needs very improvement. The "Normal User" can't create a "website" from their panel but admin can. So, please fix the bug.

    Admin panel:

    User panel:

    Also, main login page language does not set "English" by default.

    Also, user's can't modify the user information:
    https://prnt.sc/j3n3a7

    Regards.

    Create main domain with admin account. It's the same as cpanel or directadmin. User can add domains in the panel

    https://i.imgur.com/8uEAa4d.png

    Sorry. My English not good.

  • I think you didn't get my point.

    For example: I have created "User1" by Admin.

    Now login "User1" then the "User1" can't create the website. Got it :) ?

  • @murshed said:
    I think you didn't get my point.

    For example: I have created "User1" by Admin.

    Now login "User1" then the "User1" can't create the website. Got it :) ?

    This is not a bug. Admin needs to create the website for the user.

  • edited April 13

    @murshed said:
    I think you didn't get my point.

    For example: I have created "User1" by Admin.

    Now login "User1" then the "User1" can't create the website. Got it :) ?

    USER1 can add domain

  • @datpde said:

    USER1 can add domain

    WRONG!

    Add domain and create a website are different.

    Add domain means: add few domains under a website not own path like

    /home/domain.com/public_html/domain1/
    /home/domain.com/public_html/domain2/
    /home/domain.com/public_html/domain3/

    So it should be

    /home/user/domain's/public_html

    or

    /home/user/domain's.com/

    Note:
    Addon domains allow you to control multiple domains from a single account. An addon domain links a new domain name to a directory in your account, and then stores its files in that directory.

    and

    Add domain like this:

    Domain aliases are domains that you own, but which do not contain any content. Instead, they point to the contents of another domain or subdomain on your account. This is useful, for example, to hold a domain that you will later sell, or to redirect traffic to another domain.

    Hope you clear what I want to say :)

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