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theme error: logout.html is missing

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by downTime, Aug 4, 2003.

  1. downTime

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    I created Xtest.tar.gz > renamed to Xtest.cptheme > uploaded:

    Checking Theme integrity......Sorry.. thats not a cpanel theme tarball (logout.html is missing)!

    what is the problem? I am sure that logout.html is there..

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    Don't compress your files. The easiest way to do it is just to upload your theme into /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/
    You can tar the files if you want and just untar them in that directory.

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    thanks but..

    thank u for your reply,

    do I create a new folder for the new theme into /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/myNewXtestTheme then I uploade the files there without comressing?

    will that appear as an extra theme into WHM?

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    Yes and yes.:)

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    thanks and thanks :)

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    how I edit appearance of fonts, colors etc..
    is it "style" file, I made changes to this file but nothing hapened into index.html

    help.

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    Make sure the path to the style.css file is correct. Also be sure to refresh the page to clear the cache.

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