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So I have started creating a theme for ISPConfig, but I am a little lost as to how you change the default theme for the entire installation. When I login, I get to my new theme, but I want to see that in the login screen as well.

Is that possible?
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Old 24th April 2012, 16:25
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The default theme is set in the ispconfig configuration file:

/usr/local/ispconfig/interface/lib/config.inc.php
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Thanks. Is there anyway to not have the top menu/header show up on the main page?
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Thanks. Is there anyway to not have the top menu/header show up on the main page?
No. The front page is always the complete page, just with different menus.
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Thanks, till.

Here is the theme that I came up with. I did not do that much different. I just changed some stylings and swapped out some icons.





You just have to place it in /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/themes.

To make it the default, you have to do what Till said earlier.

Read post below.

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To help me out some, I moved this over to a GitHub Repo. This will help me save some bandwidth on my server. I am note expecting this to be a huge download, but you never know.

Here is the location of the repo:

https://github.com/dclardy64/ISPConfig_Clean
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