cPanel styles use Twitter Bootstrap elements. For more information, read the Twitter Bootstrap documentation.
This tutorial uses the styles.css file. However, in cPanel & WHM version 60 and later, you can also choose to use a minified styles.min.css file. We strongly recommend that you include both the styles.css and styles.min.css files.
Add custom icons.
You can replace the cPanel interface's default icons with custom icons for your style.
Move the style directory to the appropriate location on the server.
In cPanel & WHM version 60 and later, you can skip steps 5 through 7 of this tutorial. Instead, compress the style directory as a .tar.gz file, and then use WHM's Customizationinterface (WHM >> Home >> cPanel >> Customization) to upload and apply the style.
Use the mv command to move your style's directory to the appropriate location on the server:
Apply the style.
Use the appropriate method to apply the style to one or more cPanel accounts on the server:
If the style includes custom icons, run the sprite_generator utility.
After you apply a style that uses custom icons, run the following command, where mystyle represents the style name: