So you’ve developed a custom style for Paper Lantern and you’re ready to deploy it to your customers. Here’s how to set all customers on the box to your new custom style.
The cPanel team will be exhibiting at WHD.global March 24-26 in Rust, Germany. Even more exciting, we’ll be debuting our fresh new look! Stop by booth F20 to see what we mean.
Can’t wait for the big reveal? Tell us.
Attendees should also make sure to catch the following sessions:
- “Inflate Your ARPU” – Wednesday, March 25th at 4:35PM
Presented by Aaron Phillips, Chief Business Officer – cPanel
- “Agile’s Not Just for Development Anymore” – Thursday, March 26th at 3:40PM
Presented by Stephen May, Marketing Product Owner – cPanel
Need a free registration code? You got it. Just enter: LXUJLDB
See you there!
Paper Lantern is still in development, but we are getting closer to shipping Paper Lantern as the default theme for cPanel & WHM. Our timeline has only a few more releases before support for x3 is dropped, so it’s time to start thinking about switching over to Paper Lantern permanently.
Our anticipation for cPanel Conference 2015 has multiplied now that our friends at Weebly have jumped on board as a platinum sponsor! To find out how you can participate in our 10th annual conference, check out this year’s prospectus. Then join us, Weebly, and the rest of the hosting industry in Denver, Colorado this Fall.
Over the past several months, we have been working on the next generation of EasyApache. In EasyApache 4, we will make quite a few major changes to the way cPanel & WHM utilizes Apache HTTPd & PHP. This will initially be an opt-in update so that users can choose when to move to the new ecosystem, but at some point, this will be a required change.
Moving from X3 to Paper Lantern can be jarring. The clean white interface, the consistent margins and spacings, and the new flat application icons stand in stark contrast to X3.
Today, we in cPanel’s documentation department are excited to publish our brand new, completely rewritten and restyled Software Development Kit (SDK)!
The new Software Development Kit landing page.
In case you missed last week’s webinar on cPanel & WHM 11.46, we’re happy to provide you with a nifty recording of the discussion. Feel free to share the new knowledge with your team and we hope to see you at the next event. Cheers!
This post is meant to be a brief overview for using the WHM API. We’ll explore two methods of using the API – from a browser and from a Perl script on the command line.