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Disable "news feed" on "Default Domain Page"

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by de_he, Jan 9, 2007.

  1. de_he

    de_he Guest

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    Hello,

    this ad problem was extensively discussed in SWsoft forum already and I have been carefully browsing all comments for some days now.

    One thing that was not discussed detailed: the Plesk default domain page presents the world now with a "news feed".

    <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
    document.write('<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript"
    src="http://'
    + location.hostname + ':8880/javascript/newsfeeds.js.php"></' +
    'script>\n');
    </script>


    I tried to get some "sed" into some postinstall-scripts or Dummy-RPMS to eliminate the code at VPS installation time but it failed. As I noticed the reponsible page is generated during firtst start-up of Plesk and not during installation of the VPS.

    So my question - if you should already have managed to get rid of the moronic news feed - how YOU did it?

    By the way I cannot understand SWsoft's philosophy here. Ads for Virtuozzo or more SWsoft products > OK. I am not fond of it but I can understand it.

    I don't understand why a "news feed" is necessary, though. Maybe I do not known anything about the background. Does SWsoft get money from "the sun" or any other newspaper for displaying news?

    Thanks!
     
  2. breun

    breun Golden Pleskian

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    You can just replace the default domain page with your own in the skeleton.
     
  3. de_he

    de_he Guest

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    Hello,

    yes. The only problem is that this default page will be generated when VPS starts the first time as I have seen.

    At installation time the file does not exist.

    The problem are reinstalls, too. Then the problem will be present, too.

    I have just received info that this "feature" will be selectable in next plesk hotfix. So we can still hope...
     
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