What is a Theme Manager?
Posted by Allura on 13 03 2018.
The Theme Manager is the feature that enables one to manage the themes of various interfaces such as cPanel, WHM, Login, and Webmail. The theme contains various elements including CSS and HTML. The cPanel or WHM themes are used as the rudimentary framework for the system which then superimposes on this framework the style.
How to Manage Themes
This is a quite simple task. One simply has to select the Manage Themes option. The Theme Manager interface is then made visible and using it one can manage the following themes :
- Login – This refers to the theme appearing on the cPanel login interface.
- WHM – This is the theme that one view as a web host along with one’s sellers, it appears on the WHM interface.
- Webmail – This, in turn, is the theme designed for Webmail clients who ship with cPanel and WHM.
- Paper Lantern – This is the theme appearing in the cPanel interface for Users who have specifically selected the Paper Lantern theme.
- cPanel – This theme appears on the cPanel interface itself for Users who opt for other cPanel themes.
The Uses of the Theme Manager
The Theme Manager basically enables a User to upload, view, download, clone and even delete themes.
- One can view snapshots of themes by simply selecting the View icon corresponding to that particular theme which one wants to view.
- Deleting themes are simple. One must Select the Delete icon followed by a Yes on the following interface to accomplish the same.
- Cloning a theme too is an uncomplicated maneuver. When one does this the system simply creates another copy if the given theme. This can be achieved by selecting the Clone option for the respective theme. One must also enter a name for the newly cloned theme and select the Submit icon on the interface. A cloned theme will be displayed in the Themes Table as well.
- Downloading a theme simply entails selecting the Download icon for the selected theme.
- In order to Upload or Install a new Theme, one must select Browse or enter the heading of the theme in question under the Install Theme section. Once the concerned file has been selected one must select the Upload Button and the newly uploaded theme will appear in the Themes table.
One may also get more benefits out of this feature by making use of the available tools such as the Add-on Themes or the Trying On new Themes option.
The Theme Manager is thus a simple and easy to use a feature that makes thematic designing convenient and accessible. Allowing one to upload, download, delete and even clone themes, it encourages thematic innovation and coalescing.