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Adding a Hyperlink Button to Your Control Panel

Date Created: 20 Mar, 2008   (15 year(s) ago) Viewed: 1819 Rating: 


Adding a Hyperlink Button to Your Control Panel
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Adding a Hyperlink Button to Your Control Panel
To add a custom hyperlink button to your Plesk control panel and specify whether your customers will see it in their control panels:

  1. On your Home page, go to Custom Buttons and click Add New Button.
  2. Specify properties of the button:
    • Type the text that will show on your button in the Button label field.
    • Choose the location for your button. To place it in the right frame of your Home page, select the Client home page value from the Location drop-down box. To place it on each domain's administration screen (Home > domain name), select the Domain Administration page value. To place it in the left frame (navigation pane) of your control panel, select the Navigation pane value.
    • Specify the priority of the button. Plesk will arrange your custom buttons on the control panel in accordance with the priority you define: the lower the number – the higher is priority. Buttons are placed in the left-to-right order.
    • To use an image for a button background, type the path to its location or click Browse to browse for the desired file. It is recommended that you use a 16x16 pixels GIF or JPEG image for a button to be placed in the navigation pane, and 32x32 pixels GIF or JPEG image for buttons placed in the main frame.
    • Type the hyperlink of your choice to be attached to the button into the URL box.
    • Using the checkboxes, specify whether to include the information, such as domain name, FTP login, FTP password and other data to be transferred within the URL. These data can be used for processing by external web applications.
    • In the Context help tip contents input field, type in the help tip that will be displayed when you hover the mouse pointer over the button.
    • Select the Open URL in the Control Panel checkbox if you wish the destination URL to be opened in the control panel's right frame, otherwise leave this check box unchecked to open the URL in a separate browser window.
    • If you wish to make this button visible to the mailbox users with access to control panel, select the Visible to all sub-logins checkbox.
  3. Click OK to complete creation.
*** The above information is for reference only, Please seek independent technical advice if found necessary.
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