How to Add Default Files for Newly Created Accounts


This article provides a guide for how to add default files for newly created accounts. This guide requires access to a WHM Reseller Hosting account.

How to Add Default Files for Newly Created Accounts

To locate the Skeleton Directory for a Reseller, follow the steps below:

  1. Login to WHM as reseller.
  2. Navigate to WHM->Account Functions->Skeleton Directory.
  3. Copy the Skeleton Directory location, as provided by this interface (i.e. /home/reseller1/cpanel3-skel )

This directory is what will be used as a skeleton for new accounts. For example if you place an "index.html" file in /home/reseller1/cpanel3-skel/public_html, and then setup a new account, that account will have a copy of your "index.html" in their public_html directory.

To add default files for newly created accounts, follow the steps below:

  1. Login to the Reseller's cPanel account.
  2. Open the File Manager.
  3. Navigate to /cpanel3-skel/public_html directory.
  4. Create new file named "index.html".
  5. Edit file "index.html".
  6. Add your custom html content.
  7. Save file "index.html"

Now, every new cPanel account created by your reseller account will include the "index.html" file in the "public_html" directory.

Conclusion

You now know how to add default files for newly created accounts.

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