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Now to assign a theme to only one account? HEEEEEEELP!!!

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by stanislav.ivasy, Nov 29, 2003.

  1. stanislav.ivasy

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    Dear Sirs!

    Please I need your help.

    How can I assign a specific theme to only one specific account (for example that is given for test purposes), without danger to damage (change theme for) other accounts. ONLY one account should have another cpanel skin, other user accounts should have the same skins as they have before.

    HOW TO DO THAT?

    I would be very grateful for any kind of answer and documentation or a useful link.

    Thank you.

    Stanilsav
     
  2. wimp

    wimp Well-Known Member

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    create a custom package (with your prefered skin) and assign it to the account.

    :)
     
  3. stanislav.ivasy

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    Fine :)

    BUT Please tell me when is that function "assign" and how to reach it for I did not look for an hour... If possible, please tell me the steps of how to do that.

    Thanks

    Stanislav
     
  4. wimp

    wimp Well-Known Member

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    you can do this in the WHM -> packages. Then Enable Demo mode for that account.
    Or you can link to the Demo of CPanel itselve on this website.
     
  5. stanislav.ivasy

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    Thank you, dear Sir!

    But one more question is needed to be answered. Please describe us how to create a test account on the same server as the hoster uses, for example cp1.myserver.net We need it to test the cpanel's theme, therefore we need to create one user's cpanel to work with it.

    Please tell us the steps we should do in WHM, like
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    And where is the item to manage accounts?

    Thank you. I'll be VERY grateful if you answered.

    Thanks in advance,
    Stanislav
     
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    LordJMann Well-Known Member

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    Look under "Account Functions" go to modify account, then choose the account you want, and then choose then skin you want for them in the dropdown list.
     
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    you could also create a "test" package, assign the theme you want to test on it. Then creat the test account and pick that "test" package you just created. OR if you already have that "test" account active, just use teh upgrade-downgrade feature and change the package to the one you want. It's easy.
     
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