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Is there a WP tool/script that does this?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by projext, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. projext

    projext Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I'd like to allow people to setup there own wp blog on there own domain hosted by me by them just entering some fields on a page,

    I know WPMU is great for this but each one will be on the root of a new domain,

    Is there a bit of software or a script out there that does this?
     
  2. altschule

    altschule Regular Member

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    CPanel has a script that does this built in. If you don't have CPanel, I'm sure it wouldn't be hard to program, if you have no luck shoot me a PM.
     
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    Thanks for replying.

    Yeah I use Fantastico and its great.

    I kind of meant a bit more details than that...that the user could use from webpage after they paid.

    I might need to get a script or something written and spec it all out.
     
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    altschule Regular Member

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    This is fairly basic, and if you're interested in learning PHP it'd be a good script to learn from, I think.

    Basically all you're doing is:
    1) copying the default files, I'd copy the .zip and unzip it (REF: http://www.cognitial.com/hiccups.shtml#jump_cure)
    2) creating the tables in mysql... for this I would just install one manually, then get the DUMP from phpMyAdmin (REF: http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_mysql_create.asp)
    3) take input from the user/your client as to what they want the admin username/password to be, or create it yourself and then write it to the database.