Author: Lauren Brumfield

Adding the FTP Dropdown Page

As it stands by default, Domain of One’s Own S/FTP credentials can be found by:   Going to the user’s WHMCS profile and navigating to the Product/Services tab. Telling the user to reference the credentials sent along in their new account Welcome email.   Even with the above, if you’re

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Virtual Tour of Domain of One’s Own

  This 35 minute recording will give Domain of One’s Own administrators a complete and in-depth look into the three systems that make up Domain of One’s Own. Feel free to watch this introduction at your leisure, and then rewind, pause, view again, and share with colleagues as needed. If

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Removing Email Section from cPanel

  It is a common request for institutions to want to remove the Email section from cPanel for end users of Domain of One’s Own or even Managed Hosting setups. To remove Email globally across all accounts, you’ll need to log into WHM and navigate to Feature Manager:    

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cPanel Basics

cPanel Read below to understand the basics of a cPanel dashboard. By deafult, cPanel will put the Files section first on your dashboard. Note that you can change the order in which your tools appear in cPanel using the drag & drop method. Also note the shortcut links that have been added

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Connecting an existing Top Level Domain with cPanel

Even if your school only provides subdomains, any user on any Domain of One’s Own platform can add Top-Level domains (TLDs) to their account by default. And yes, that’s in addition to the Subdomain/TLD that they signed up with! For example, a maybe a faculty member or student wants to move their

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Giving user-account access to your developer

Scenario: When starting a DoOO project, your institution may already have existing sites hosted elsewhere that you want to migrate to Domain of One’s Own. (I recommend reading through the Migrations & Transfers category if you need additional assistance with migration workflows.) Maybe your school has existing WordPress sites with

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Your DoOO Theme

This post gives you a full list of the do’s and don’t’s for customizing your Domain of One’s Own website. If you have any questions about the following, please start a conversation with support@reclaimhosting.com before making changes. WP Dashboard > Appearance > Themes Do NOT deactivate or change the Enfold Child

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Editing Icon Element Boxes on Homepage

What do you mean by icon element boxes? The outlined boxes below: If you’re interested in changing colors, text, fonts, this is the article for you! If you’re interested in knowing how to add to/ remove these elements, this is also the article for you! There are two ways to

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Adding Community Documentation Articles

Over the years, our Domain of One’s Own schools (specifically the folks at Oklahoma University!) have curated quite a hub of documentation articles for Domain of One’s Own communities. Since then, Reclaim Hosting has adopted their work for other schools to look to, work from, and build on. Every school

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Adding a Migration Information Page

Though the basic Domain of One’s Own instance doesn’t include a Migration Assistance page, this can be added by Reclaim Hosting per your request. What is the Migration Information page? ^ The page will look something like this. You can customize it how you see fit, perhaps including language/instructions from

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