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A preview of what’s possible with Paper Lantern

While developing customization support for Paper Lantern, the team and I created a number of styles to explore what is now possible.  Here are some screenshots of the kinds of styles we created internally.  Which one do you like the best? Can you think of any ideas we should explore? …

Customizing Paper Lantern

Paper Lantern made its debut in cPanel & WHM version 11.42 around February of this year. We said, at the time, that 11.42 was just the beginning. In 11.46, we’re turning our attention to the single most frequently requested feature for Paper Lantern. …

Localization: x3 and Paper Lantern in 29 Languages

Greetings, I am Phil King, Product Owner for the Angry Llama scrum team, which is actively completing our work to provide translations for cPanel & WHM. Ken Power summarized the localization project in a recent post. I am pleased to announce that we have merged the 29 available translations into cPanel & WHM version 11.46. This work represents a great many changes to how we phrase things in x3 and Paper Lantern and …

FrontPage Removal Option in cPanel & WHM 11.44

Microsoft® discontinued support for FrontPage® Extensions on Linux servers in 2006. Because of this, cPanel strongly recommends that you do not install FrontPage, and that you uninstall it as soon as possible if it is currently on your server. …

LiteSpeed Web Server Now Supported

cPanel is excited to announce support for LiteSpeed Web Server. This integration is part of our ongoing effort to provide cPanel & WHM users with the web hosting options that they need to grow and succeed. …

cPanel & WHM Browser Compatibility

Internet Explorer versions 6, 7, and 8 had a good run, as did older versions of Firefox, Chrome, and other browsers. Many of them contributed to the Web as we know it today. Continuing to test for, and develop against, older browsers slows development down. To help us deliver features to you faster we’re changing our browser support in cPanel & WHM. …

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