How do I choose what cPanel themes are available to my clients?


In WHM, you can choose which themes are available to your clients.

To manage available cPanel themes:

  1. Log into WHM.
  2. In the left side menu, find cPanel.
  3. Under cPanel, click Branding.
  4. Next to the x3 theme, click Live Editor. This will show you a list of available themes.
  5. Select the the Enable checkbox for each theme you wish to make available to clients. In addition, below each theme, you have the following options:
  • Apply to My Account - applies the selected theme to only your account
  • Apply to All Accounts - applies the selected theme to all resold accounts
  • Set Default for New Accounts - sets the selected theme as the default theme for all new accounts
  • Edit this Style - allows you to edit various aspects of the cPanel interface

You can also manage cPanel themes, by doing the following:

  1. In the left side menu, find Plugins.
  2. Under Plugins, click RVSkin Manager.
    Note: RVSkin is no longer available for Reseller accounts. You must have a VPS or Dedicated server to use this feature.
  3. Scroll down to the Themes section and click Selectable Themes.
  4. Click the link to follow the redirect.
  5. In the Configuration tab, select the checkboxes for themes you would like to make available to your cPanel users.
  6. Click Save Configuration to confirm changes.

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