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This document describes how to integrate the HTML Editor within cPanel's File Manager interface (Home >> Files >> File Manager). You must perform these steps to use the HTML Editor with cPanel & WHM version 11.38 and earlier cloned x3 themes.
- System administrators and
root-enabled resellers must integrate the current HTML editor with x3 themes that they cloned prior to cPanel & WHM version 11.40.
- To integrate the HTML editor with your current x3 theme, you must log in as the
- Throughout this document, the example variable
your_themerepresents the name of your theme.
Before you begin the integration process, we recommend that you create a backup of your theme. This ensures that you do not lose your theme duiring the integration process.
Run the following command to create a backup of your theme:
Perform the following steps to synchronize the editor-related files for cPanel and your closed theme, and then compress the files:
Run the following commands to synchronize the new HTML editor directories with your theme's directories:
Run the following command to navigate to your updated theme’s directory:
Run the following commands to create the symlinks to your theme's directory:
To use the HTML Editor and File Browser features, you must create a symlink from your theme’s directory to each folder.
Run the following commands to compress the newly-integrated theme directories and save disk space: