So I had a server (running several sites) hacked recently and a low level user account was spinning up lots of processes (sending spam) that were crashing the server repeatedly. Out of frustration, I deleted the user.
I immediately regretted it and started getting 500 errors on every site.
In the last days an individual user tried to spam ubuntux.org several times. Maybe you have seen this advertising posts on the front page. Of course we deleted this unwanted spam as soon as possible.
We like to inform this user that he should immediately stop this behaviour otherwise we will initiate the necessary consequences.
I just got started as a reseller and I'm in the process of building my hosting business website. I have no problem creating the user's account page with databases etc. but what I'm not sure of is how I link the buttons on their page to their cPanel using the database. Am I right in assuming that the cPanel URL would be different for every user?
I've been looking around everywhere, but did not find any solution.
The thing is, first I had a logfile that was exploding, so my server quota was reached. After fixing that I got a blank page on user levels (nothing, just a blank HTML page).
I am writing a piece of code which will not set a variable (referer (pointer to previous page)) if the user navigates on the same page i.e. if the user goes from page A to page A.On navigating on same page the page refreshes, a call is sent to my controller and i compare the url/pageId etc.
I have a listview that I implemented with infinite scrolling ability and I wanted to add a page indicator, for example page 1/10 or page 4/10. I receive the max number of pages from a webservice that gets called when the user scrolls to the bottom of the list.