businezz

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Hi,

I am trying to customize Jupiter theme with my own colors. I am following the docs here Update customization data · cPanel & WHM Developer Portal and everything works fine.

Now, if i want to use the default cPanel logo i can use this command: whmapi1 update_customizations application=cpanel theme="jupiter" brand='{"brand" : {"colors" : {"accent" : "#FF0000","primary" : "#FFCC00"},"logo" : {"description" : "Logo Goes Here", "forDarkBackground" : "", "forLightBackground" : ""}}}' which it's updating it with my color and the default cPanel logo is applied. - PERFECT

And there's an issue now. If i go in WHM and upload my own logo it's not applying for the end users. Anyone can give me an idea how can i use my own logo uploaded through WHM, and resellers to be able to use their own logos while i have Jupiter customized? I guess i'm missing something in the command...?

I have full root access to the server.
 

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Hey there! Could you check out the documentation pages here to see if those will get you on the right track?

 

businezz

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Hey there! Could you check out the documentation pages here to see if those will get you on the right track?

That's what i was following up. I'll give it another try.

What's the command to reverse any changes back to the default style?
 

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At the bottom of the page here:


there is information about undoing the interface changes with the API system.
 

mlopez

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I also tried to update jupiter interface and I couldn't make it work.
It did change the colors and everything but the logo. It now shows a broken image icon :confused:

I read the docs and used online base64 image converters (from our svg logo file) but none of that worked!

This is the command I used:

Code:
whmapi1 update_customizations \
application=cpanel \
theme="jupiter" \
brand='{"brand" : {"colors" : {"accent" : "#222222","primary" : "#ee7623"},"logo" : {"description" : "My Company", "forDarkBackground" : "PD94bWwgdmVyc2lv..." : "forLightBackground" : "PD94bWwgdmVyc2lv..."}}}
 
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branram

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Is it possible to modify Jupiter and change the complete icon set used? While the icon set used in Paper Lantern wasn't anything spectacular, it did make it easier to find what you're looking for as the icons were all different. I've had multiple people tell me that the icons in Jupiter make it very difficult to find what they are looking for, as they are all very similar looking. I'm just curious if we can take the icon_spritemap.svg file used for these icons and alter it to replace these icons with our own version and call up our version instead?
 

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I can say it's something we're looking into, but I will also say it's very unlikely we get an easy way to replace icons (as in, without hacking the interface in ways that have been mentioned previously, which also get erased during the nightly update) until after Paper Lantern is removed. It's on the roadmap, but that's all the details I have at this point, and I know that's not very specific.
 
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