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Discussion in 'User Experience' started by Shikha, Nov 19, 2002.

  1. Shikha

    Shikha Member

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    Hello,

    I am looking for a Cpanel skin, who don't offer the facility of 2 Shopping carts comes with WHM/Cpanel 5.0.

    Is this type of skin available?

    Thanks.

    Shikha
     
  2. parag

    parag Well-Known Member

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    [quote:acd99333d9][i:acd99333d9]Originally posted by Shikha[/i:acd99333d9]

    Hello,

    I am looking for a Cpanel skin, who don't offer the facility of 2 Shopping carts comes with WHM/Cpanel 5.0.

    Is this type of skin available?

    Thanks.

    Shikha[/quote:acd99333d9]


    hi shikha

    just remove the links from the tools menu.

    there is a file called tools.html in the default theme - you need to edit this file and can remove both the links for installing these shopping carts..

    let me know if get into probs and want my help :)

    best regards,
    Parag
     
  3. Shikha

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    Hi Parag,

    Actually, I don't know the path to the Cpanel themes. I will really appreciate, if you could explain the process, step-by-step.

    Waiting for your reply,

    Shikha
     
  4. PWSowner

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    First, if you edit an existing cpanel theme, the next update will overwrite your changes. You have 2 options. Either make the changes and redo them after updates, or make your own theme. With your own theme you do need to keep it up to date with cpanel changes.

    If you choose your own theme method, in WHM use &Clone a Cpanel Theme& to make your own copy of whichever one you want a copy of with your own theme name.

    With their theme, or your own, the files you want to change are at
    /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/[i:c47dd3b3d7]themename[/i:c47dd3b3d7]

    Just use a secure FTP program to download the file you want to edit, or the whole themename directory, then edit and upload the changes. Just don't forget that if you edit an existing theme, you may need to redo it with cpanel updates. Not every file is overwritten so you won't need to redo it every time.
     
  5. Shikha

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    Thanks squirrel.

    I have maked a clone of default Cpanel theme and it is serving our purpose. But one thing I would like to ask, how do we keep it updated, I mean the new clone theme, with latest/updated version of Cpanel theme?

    Please help.

    Thanks.

    Shikha
     
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    In the WHM news they keep notes on changes and when it involves necessary changes to custom skins they usually say which files need to be updated. Just download the updated one and compare it to your own.

    What I do is occasionally check the default skin and download any files that are newer than my last update, then inspect them to see what I need to change in mine.
     
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