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So you've installed x4 and want to do some color customization....

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by cPAndrewHodge, Mar 7, 2013.

  1. cPAndrewHodge

    cPAndrewHodge cPanel UI Developer
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    ..but you noticed that the branding editor isn't enabled. Well how would you go about that? Well currently we have an easy way for someone with basic CSS knowledge to update any color settings.

    Before release I left a handy file in the x4plugin install called colors.css, and you can find it in /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/x4/branding/

    or on the public demo at<your session>/frontend/x4/branding/colors.css

    Included at the top of the file is instructions on how to turn this file on for your cPanel and individual sections appropriately labeled. This should be a good baseline and allow you to get a feel for color schemes that may work for your individual cPanel experience moving forward.

    NOTE: This file is intended to be used as a quick way for early adapters to edit colors easily. It is only intended to ease in use but support may not be provided moving forward.
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