The custom_domain_items feature lets you set custom per-domain variables. This change allow those variables which are set in the domain's config file: /usr/local/directadmin/data/users/username/domains/domain.com.conf to be available as a token in the User's httpd.conf templates with the token syntax: |CUSTOM_DOMAIN_ITEM_%s| where %s is swapped with the custom item name, and that whole token, when used in the tempaltes, will be swapped with the value from the domain.com.conf. For example, if you have this file: /usr/local/directadmin/data/admin/custom_domain_items.conf loaded with: banana=type=checkbox&string=Custom 1&desc=Yellow&checked1=yes Then you can use the token: |CUSTOM_DOMAIN_ITEM_banana| in the virtual_host2.conf templates (and subdomains, and pointers). Note that this token will only be available if: banana=anything is actually set in the domain.com.conf file. If it's unset (name does not exist), then the token will not be set. An example usage of the token might be: |*if CUSTOM_DOMAIN_ITEM_banana="ON"| Options +banana |*endif| and a sample, (and invalid) example.