When it comes to style management interface in cPanel, you can always create new, customized styles to change the appearance of the cPanel interface. For instance, you may want to create a customized look for what goes in accordance with your company’s logo and branding or a customized style for distribution – these things are very much doable. But take a note that a custom cPanel style is able to change only the look and appearance of the cPanel interface. To add customized functionality, you need to depend on cPanel plugins. You may find a number of tutorials online on how to create and apply a customized style. A style uses images, CSS and other assets to change the look of the cPanel without making any change to its features or functionalities. You can create and apply them either to the entire server or a particular reseller’s account. You can create them for distribution too!
While creating a cPanel style, it’s recommended that you use the particular workflow mentioned below,
Important notes – Here are some important notes that must be taken care of.
Points to be noted – System usually uses cpsrvd daemon to serve different cPanel styles. This daemon listens on port 2083 for secure connections and port 2082 for insecure connections. Make sure you take care of the mentioned requirements while specifying paths in the custom styles.