I used v4 for a while and my resellers were using the customization area to add their logos and URLs to access the platform. Since I upgraded to v6, it seems like only the main account can do these customizations. Is there a way I can enable it for my resellers? They don’t want their customers to see my logos and use my URLs.
I pray there is a solution
Yes in v6 there is no option to change the logo for reseller.
Thank you for the update.
I have created a sub domain for the reseller to login with their URL but once the reseller or their clients login, the page redirects to my URL. Is the redirection fixed or should I specify it somewhere? Perhaps /etc/nginx/sites-available
From version 5 to 6, there was not even enough changes to even call it a new version.
I mention this because the features you seek have probably been removed from version 5.
You could probably go on GitHub to compare the changes, and put them back in.
This actually helps and gives me hope! Thank you for you for sharing some knowledge.
Here is a comparison link.
And for v4 and v5. Seems there was a lot of changes between 4 and 5.
The biggest problem is that they are still using an ancient major version of CodeIgnitor that has been end of life since Oct 2015. I don’t think they have even backported any of the security and bug fixes to v2 since v2.1.0. So they are still using the original 2.1.0 version that was released way back in 2011 as far as I can tell.
04-10-2015, 10:28 AM
Now that we have started working towards CodeIgniter 4, it is time to retire CodeIgniter 2. We are no longer considering feature requests for CodeIgniter 2, but will continue to provide security fixes until Oct 31st, 2015 - the EOL date for CI2.
This subforum will remain open, for community support of other CI2 developers.
We strongly encourage the community to upgrade to CodeIgniter 3, and to get involved in the CodeIgniter 4 planning and development, to ensure the best possible framework for us all!
Here are all the security and bug fixes that have been made to v2 since v2.1.0 which was released way back in 2011.
@sman123 Github is open for contribution.
It would help to know what your intentions are with this project before investing more time into it. As an outside observer, given how outdated the core framework code is on the community edition, it appears to have been abandoned. However, you seem to have made some peripheral changes to the app in the latest version, so I am not sure what to think at this point.
I have noticed their coding is lacking a lot of remarks, and the code changes on GitHub are terse, and lacking info on what was changed, or improved.
The open-source edition was there and will be there forever. We might be slow in taking action due to certain factors, but we do not have any intention to abandon it.
I hope this is loud and clear to you.