How to change cPanel theme via command line
Changing theme for your cPanel account is simple via frondend. There is an option in the cPanel itself to change the theme. But, is it possible via commandline? Yes, if you have root access to server, cPanel theme can be updated via command line. It’s also very simple to change the theme via commandline. Please do follow the steps mentioned below to change the theme via commandline.
Log into the server as root.
To change the cPanel theme server-wide (for all users)
# replace RS=old_theme RS=new_theme --/var/cpanel/users/*
This will help you to change the theme of all cPanel users.
To change the theme only for one account
For a cPanel account, you can change the theme from this file “/var/cpanel/users/Username“.
# cd /var/cpanel/users
Open the file with cPanel username and change RS field with the new theme name which you want.
# vi username --- Replace the "RS=" line with your new theme. ---
How to change the cPanel theme from frondend?
It’s simple to change the theme from frondend panel. There is an option into the panel to switch the theme.
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