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Allow users to change themes

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by clbrack1, Jul 19, 2007.

  1. clbrack1

    clbrack1 Active Member

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    How do I configure WHM to allow my users to change themes?

    thanks

    Chris
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    In cPanel 11 the option should be there in the users cPanel already called Change Style. If not, check in WHM > Feature manager > your default list to see if Change Look and Feel is checked. If not tick and save..
     
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    I notice that many people are using the word "theme" to describe a "style." Themes and styles are not the same thing.

    A style is best thought of as a "sub theme." When you see the 11 different screens for selecting your X3 interface, each of those are styles - not themes. X3 is the theme, all of these are based on the X3 theme coding, they just portray the theme in a slightly different way.

    For example: X,X2 and X3 are themes. The new Bluelagoon is a style of X3.
     
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