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control panel integration without surrounding frames

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by hostingcentral, May 8, 2007.

  1. hostingcentral

    hostingcentral Guest

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    We would like to know if there is any kind of integrated mode option available in Plesk. We know that a lot of the CP functionality relies on javascript and that some of this javascript is sensible to surrounding framesets (so the control panel not being the TOP frame). Is there a way we can integrate plesk into our own web administration application by using frames or iframes? Maybe there is some kind op database flag to set?

    As a hint towards the availability to this option, we saw some variables in your .JS files that sound interesting like : ‘var opt_no_frames’ or ‘var integrated_mode’.

    A good alternative for us would be to run Plesk without the left and top frame and only with the workframe. Is there a way to do that?

    Is there anybody that can give us some pointers in the right direction?
     
  2. rolandbm

    rolandbm Guest

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    We too are wanting to have something similar to this. What we are doing is combining a few of our in house systems into one central login page for the customers and would like to have plesk load up as a frame or iframe. Problem is that it breaks out of the frames we try to put it in and haven't found a solution yet. We are actually using version 8.2.1 on Linux, but the principles still the same. Anyone have any ideas about this one?
     
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