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This interface allows you to customize parts of the cPanel and Webmail interfaces. You can:
To customize the cPanel or Webmail interfaces:
Enter your company's name in the Company Name text box to brand the interface with your company name.
If you use this option, your company name will appear in the default cPanel font.
Enter your help or support URL in the Help Link text box to customize the Help link. The Help link won't appear in the cPanel interface until you enter a custom URL.
Enter your documentation URL in the Documentation Link text box to customize the Documentation link. If you don't enter a custom Documentation link, the Documentation link points to the cPanel, L.L.C. documentation.
Click Browse under the desired heading to add your company logo, Webmail logo, or favicon. Then, select the desired file.
To apply your changes, click Save.
To upload custom cPanel styles:
.tar.gzfile's name as the style's name.
You must upload your custom style as a
.tar.gz file, which must contain the
styles.css file, the
styles.min.css file, or both.
We strongly recommend that you include both files.
To modify the theme or style for existing accounts, use the
Use the Manage Styles section to work with styles. To filter the list of styles, click the desired filter name.
For each style, you can perform the following actions:
Set as Default — Click to set a style as the default style for your newly-created accounts.
This action only sets the default for new accounts that you create. It does not set the style for existing accounts on the server.
Delete — Click the trash can () icon to delete a style. Then, click Delete again to confirm the deletion.
You can only perform this action on styles that you uploaded and own.
The Account Suspended and Default Webpage pages show visitors your contact information. Users will also see it when they search for your contact information.
For example, when the system displays a placeholder page to a user, they may see the following message:
If you are the owner of this website, please contact your hosting provider: email@example.com
In this example,
firstname.lastname@example.org is a link to the hosting provider's default contact email address. If you update this information, you can choose a specific email address or URL instead.
To enter your public contact information: