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Help with customised logo cPanel + Webmail

Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by itmonitor, Jun 9, 2017.

  1. itmonitor

    itmonitor Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    I customised CPanel and Webmail logos by uploading my own logo.png and webmail.png into /var/cpanel/customizations/brand/ .

    The logos display in CPanel and Webmail, but mixed with other colour in the background. Moreover, there is a mouseover function that turns the background orange and the logo gets really messed up. Please, see screenshot here -- Removed -

    Any advice on how to disable this mouse over and background colour feature is welcome! :)
     
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    24x7server Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    Probably you will have to ask your system adminsitrator to check this further may be he can only analyze and fix this one, probably more things has to be checked on it that covers this portion of the Logo..
     
  3. itmonitor

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    Thank you. However, this logo issue has to do with WHM - CPanel?

    I mean, this is a WHM/CPanel subject, anybody from CPanel can help me fix this?
     
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    The easiest way to do this is from this location:
    WebHost Manager »cPanel »Customization

    I'm unable to duplicate the issue here, so assuming you've made some other sort of customizations as well?
     
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    @Infopro thank you. No I did not made any other customisation, did not touch on the code. I just changed from the default WHM theme into another theme already available at WHM.
     
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    There are no other themes available for WebHost Manager that I'm aware of. Could you grab a screenshot and attach it to a post here please? I'd like to see it. :)
     
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    You are right, in fact I changed WHM theme from the default into a clone from the default theme so the customisation will not be lost. Do you still want the screenshot?
     
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    I'm not sure if we need to see it now. If all you're doing is changing the logo in cPanel, the post above explains the easiest way to do that.
     
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