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Tutorial - Create a New Jupiter Interface in PHP

Introduction

This tutorial uses PHP to create a new cPanel interface for the Jupiter theme. The examples below use the Jupiter theme's master template, which creates new interfaces that integrate seamlessly with the appearance of the main cPanel interface.

Create a PHP file and connect to the LiveAPI system

To begin, create a new PHP file. This file must use the .live.php file extension.

The example below:

<?php
include("/usr/local/cpanel/php/cpanel.php");  // Instantiate the CPANEL object.
$cpanel = new CPANEL();                       // Connect to cPanel - only do this once.
?>

<?php
$cpanel->end();                               // Disconnect from cPanel - only do this once.
?>

Use the header() and footer() methods to add Jupiter's header and footer to the interface.

The example below:

<?php
include("/usr/local/cpanel/php/cpanel.php");  // Instantiate the CPANEL object.
$cpanel = new CPANEL();                       // Connect to cPanel - only do this once.
print $cpanel->header( "Page Heading , app_key" );      // Add the header.
?>

<?php
print $cpanel->footer();                      // Add the footer.
$cpanel->end();                               // Disconnect from cPanel - only do this once.
?>

Add a UAPI function

The LiveAPI uapi() method calls UAPI functions.

The example below:

<?php
include("/usr/local/cpanel/php/cpanel.php");  // Instantiate the CPANEL object.
$cpanel = new CPANEL();                       // Connect to cPanel - only do this once.
print $cpanel->header( "Page Heading" );      // Add the header.
?>

<?php
$get_userdata = $cpanel->uapi(                // Get domain user data.
    'DomainInfo', 'domains_data',
    array(
        'format'    => 'hash',
    )
);
?>

 <?php
print $cpanel->footer();                      // Add the footer.
$cpanel->end();                               // Disconnect from cPanel - only do this once.
?>