Yes. Just edit/add to the files in: /usr/local/interworx/etc/skel/ to add/edit files in the new user’s html directory. Edit /home/interworx/etc/vhost-base.conf to change the default settings of new virtual hosts (BE CAREFUL). MORE INFORMATION: How-To: Customize Skel
If your account has access to the “Secondary Domains” feature, then yes, you can add more than one domain to a SiteWorx account.
Change Current NodeWorx User’s Nickname Click the NodeWorx Home menu item. Locate the My Info section at the top of the screen. Click the [Edit] link. Type the desired value in the Nickname field. Click the Save button. Change Current NodeWorx User’s Email Address Click the NodeWorx Home menu item. Locate the My Info section at the top of the screen. Click the [Edit] link. Type the desired value in the E-mail field. […]
InterWorx-CP is divided into two main tools: NodeWorx and SiteWorx. NodeWorx is the server administrator and reseller interface, and SiteWorx is the website administrator interface. When the server administrator or reseller wants to create a website, they create a “SiteWorx Account”. Each SiteWorx account is mapped to an IP and a unique Linux user on […]
NodeWorx Reseller accounts can be used to allow customers to create their own SiteWorx accounts. The resellers can be allocated any specific number of features, such as the number of SiteWorx accounts they’re allowed to create, monthly bandwidth, disk storage, e-mail boxes, MySQL databases, etc, that they can then divide out among the SiteWorx accounts […]