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This interface allows you to upload custom logos and a favicon, modify specific aspects of the cPanel interface, and upload custom cPanel styles.
To use the Customize Branding tab to customize the cPanel or Webmail interfaces, perform the following steps:
To brand the interface with the name of your company, enter your company's name in the Company Name text box.
To customize the Help link, enter your help or support website URL in the Help Link text box. The Help link will not appear in the cPanel interface until you enter a custom URL.
To customize the Documentation link, enter your documentation website's URL in the Documentation Link text box. If you do not enter a custom Documentation link, the Documentation link points to cPanel's documentation website.
To customize your company logo, Webmail logo, or favicon, click Browse under the appropriate heading and select the desired file.
To delete an uploaded logo, click the trash can icon () for that image file.
To apply your changes, click Save.
For more information about how to create your own cPanel style, read our Tutorial - Create a Custom cPanel Style and Guide to cPanel Interface Customization and Branding documentation.
To upload custom cPanel styles, perform the following steps:
.tar.gzfile, which must contain the
styles.min.cssfile, or both.
.tar.gzfile's name as the style's name.
The Manage Styles section allows you to view available styles, set a style as the default style for newly-created accounts, download styles, and delete styles that you uploaded.
Set as Default — Click to set a style as the default style for your newly-created accounts.
This action only sets the default for new accounts that you create. It does not set the style for existing accounts on the server.
cPanel & WHM stores branding information in the
reseller_info.json file, which exists in either the
root user's or reseller's
rootuser has specified custom branding information, the cPanel user sees the
rootuser's branding in the cPanel interface.
rootuser have specified custom branding information, the cPanel user does not see any customizations to the cPanel interface.
When you save your customizations through this interface, the system stores your items in the following directories:
|User||Item||File path||File name|
The system checks for a