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Look and Feel of WHM

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by strauberry, May 26, 2003.

  1. strauberry

    strauberry Well-Known Member

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    Hi,
    how can I change the l&f of the Webhostmanager?? Are there any html-files I can configure? I don' t think that you have to change the cgi-files of cpanel, because there are different themes, so these themes must be loaded in some way..
    THANK YOU!
    strauberry

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    howard Well-Known Member

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    look in
    /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/themes/themename

    the main two files you can edit are command and root (command contains the
    text/commands on the left side and root
    is like the index.html page as in it defines
    the page (e.g. setting up the frames)

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    strauberry Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    thank you for your hint, I knew that allready :)
    How can I change the l&f of the right frame?? Someone said, that I have to change the cgi-scripts in the /scripts directory, BUT there are so many different themes and you can create new ones... so there MUST be html-files :)

    Thank you again!
    strauberry

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    howard Well-Known Member

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    You can only really change the background for the right frame (i think) as the text and so forth is mainly controlled by the scripts in /scripts and the ones compiled into the whm binary (the ones starting with /scripts2 are)

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