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|You can develop custom styles that modify the appearance of the cPanel interface.|
Style development workflow
When you create a cPanel style, we recommend that you use the following workflow:
Create a new directory for the style.
styles.cssfile within the new directory.
Note title Note:
In cPanel & WHM version 60 and later, you can also use the
styles.min.cssfile. We strongly recommend that you include both the
Add the desired images and other assets to the directory.
Perform one of the following actions to add the style to the server and apply it to accounts:
Move the style's directory to the appropriate location on the server, and then apply the style to the desired accounts:
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For all of the accounts on the server —
For all of the cPanel accounts that a reseller owns —
For a specific cPanel account —
Note title Notes:
mystylerepresents the name of the style's directory.
resellerrepresents the reseller's username.
usernamerepresents the cPanel account's username.
- If the server uses a customized home directory path, make certain that you use the appropriate path for that home directory.
- If these directories do not currently exist on the server, use the
mkdircommand to create them.
- In cPanel & WHM version 60 and later, use WHM's Customization interface (WHM >> Home >> cPanel >> Customization) to upload and apply your style.
- In cPanel & WHM version 66 and later, use the
/scripts/modify_accountsscript to apply a specific style and theme across multiple existing accounts.
The system uses the