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How do you give people webspace?

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raymondu999 Mon May 30, 2011 3:11 am

How do you give people webspace?

The title might be a bit confusing; I know. But please bear with me as I didn't know how else to phrase it. I run a fleet; which is hosted on my own hosting plan under it's own top level .Net domain. Now; I'm intending to give my simms free hosting. So let's say I run "The Fleet," web address I want to give USS Alphabet free webspace; so I create the subdomain;

So how do I give them access to the cPanel; but limited? I want them to have FTP/MySQL access; and a cPanel (preferrably) but I'm not sure how to "limit" their access to their own subdomains. Also is it possible to limit their disk usage; and MySQL usage?


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matty-vfx Mon May 30, 2011 5:55 am

Re: How do you give people webspace?

I believe you need to have a reseller account with your host-- that will allow you to make other accounts that link into your own account. If you have your own server, then you can install ISPConfig which will allow you to do the same for free.
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raymondu999 Tue May 31, 2011 12:59 am

Re: How do you give people webspace?

Ah. That's disappointing :(

I guess I'll do it manual then :mrgreen:

If I were to do such a thing (produce subdomain websites for my member simms) then what would you all recommend is a good size to work with? On MySQL+content. 100MB? 150MB? I really don't know.

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Williams Tue Jun 14, 2011 11:13 am

Re: How do you give people webspace?

In regards to giving them limited access, you should be able to set up an FTP account for the directory you put the subdomain into, and if you want them to have some MySQL access, then you can install them a local copy of phpMyAdmin for them to use (though in my experience, this latter step is rarely needed for most users)
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