cPanelGui Skins Site is now active

Brad

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Although not completely finished, the cPanelGui skins site is alive and active!

You can now see the many different skins available for cPanelGui. All skins can be edited and customized with our editor to your own taste, importing images, etc. I'm still uploading images and I'm saving some of the best for last of course :)

cPanelGui Expected release, very soon! :)

http://skins.cpanelgui.com

Like kosmo, I could not find Advertising Forum, so guess this is the place..
 

Brad

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Domenico,

With the Main Menu that you see in all the skin screen drops, you could change the buttons and have any language you want on them. All those skins are just stock button designs, they can be round with icons in the middle, no button, text, web look etc. The whole front panel and lower panel on Main Menu is very configurable, even has banner support if desired. I left the rest of the screens pretty simple to not complicate skin design. Although, it is open to any additions if needed in the future. But to change the language throughout the program right now, is not good.

I have not started a multi-language module for it at this time. But it's quite possible and already the ability is there. The only real multi-language in it right now, is the auto-update feature. I do want to support other languages in the future. As soon as I get this thing out, I'd like to start work on this.

Thank you,

Brad



[quote:49b7fcefbd][i:49b7fcefbd]Originally posted by Domenico[/i:49b7fcefbd]

This looks very promising :)

Can we translate the text in the GUI program?
I need a Dutch translation...[/quote:49b7fcefbd]
 

kualo

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What file type is that?? I have no idea how to upload your skins...
 

Brad

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Well, the skins your referring to, which are on our site you visited, only work with the cPanelGui client. They are encrypted and compressed files, which will do you nothing without the cPanelGui Windows client or Editor. The client is due out any day now, we will have a demo online soon to begin testing with. While the client is free, the skin package for the server is not.

The server side skin files are what makes the client tick and the webhost has to purchase these files and install the theme like other custom cPanel skins. This cPanel theme however, does not replace your existing cPanel themes, it will work with them. So, if you already have a custom web theme(s), this is an alternative you can use.

The skins on that site can be auto-installed by visiting the site with the client and pressing the install button on the selected skin, this method can be used on your site too. Although, not needed, the method is there for skin sites and such. The server has a config file, you put in the config file, the filename of your company skin and the client will use it, it will even update it if you change the version number.

More information is available at cpanelgui.com

Hope this helps ..

Brad


[quote:4fc2d551b9][i:4fc2d551b9]Originally posted by kualo[/i:4fc2d551b9]

What file type is that?? I have no idea how to upload your skins...
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