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SmallWeb

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Thank you Martynas. New documentation is definitely the next step and it's looking good.

I am not seeing any mobile responsive elements however. Is that planned?
 

jayw1

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Much nicer.
Perhaps a 3rd party section for users to submit guides?
 

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Wow, it's looks very nice! Good job!
Maybe make text in "On this page" column more dark, to make it more separated from main content in the middle.
Maybe add "dark theme"?
 

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Currently the design trend is Mobile first (make sure mobile works first, then expand to desktop).

However I think most sysadmins will manage their server on a desktop/laptop, not on a phone?

Or are many here reading manuals/managing server on the phone?
 

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However I think most sysadmins will manage their server on a desktop/laptop, not on a phone?

Or are many here reading manuals/managing server on the phone?
Personally 90% of the time I am using the web version but responsiveness also takes into account different desktop screen sizes too.

If I'm not at a terminal I will often use my phone to perform tasks that I may or may not have to skim the guide for. It's not the end of the world though.
 

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Currently the design trend is Mobile first (make sure mobile works first, then expand to desktop).

However I think most sysadmins will manage their server on a desktop/laptop, not on a phone?

Or are many here reading manuals/managing server on the phone?
I am a reader yes, then managing later on the desktop. But I mostly read docs on my mobile. Maybe a habit.
 

desfire

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+1 for making it responsive, most of them times I use PC but sometimes if I am not at home I do some tasks on the phone.
 

rowebca

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Hi.

The most confusion for me is relation between Resellers, Users etc.

So to have a simple user do I have to create first a reseller? And why if I create a reseller I need a domain? The domain I want to integrate with a user.

This relation Reseller, User, Domain it is very weird. There is a documentation where this is explained?


Regards,
George B.
 

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Hi.

The most confusion for me is relation between Resellers, Users etc.

So to have a simple user do I have to create first a reseller? And why if I create a reseller I need a domain? The domain I want to integrate with a user.

This relation Reseller, User, Domain it is very weird. There is a documentation where this is explained?


Regards,
George B.
 

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So to have a simple user do I have to create first a reseller?
The user "admin" itself is not only an administrator but a reseller too. What I do is creating users directly with the admin account - no need to create additional reseller that way.

You can simplify it that way:

- User is a domain(s) owner;
- Reseller is an User who is able to create other users;
- Admin is a Reseller who is able to create other resellers and configure the server settings.
 

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I find the documentation very clear, but it is very unfortunate that it is not yet responsive.

Perhaps a little more can be written about the standard DA scripts and LetsEncrypt. Also wrong is some information about the adjustment of the control panel to via SSL.

But I assume this is gradually being supplemented.
 

r3chn3r

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Currently the design trend is Mobile first (make sure mobile works first, then expand to desktop).

However I think most sysadmins will manage their server on a desktop/laptop, not on a phone?

Or are many here reading manuals/managing server on the phone?
I'm on the phone all the time it seems. Not being responsive is not a big deal though. You'd be surprised how much of the web is yet to be responsive and that hasn't stopped anyone from being active on a phone.
 
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