Some of our services appear not to be working at the moment.

Our team has been notified, and is working on sorting out the issue.

Java Edition

Login to your Multicraft panel, select and stop your Minecraft server.

Click on "Files" and then "Config Files".



Click "Server Settings".


In the “resource-pack” field paste the direct link to your resource pack zip file.


Click Save at the bottom of the page.


Start your server again.

Now when you login to your Minecraft server, users will be prompted to download the resource pack.

If your resource pack is not working please check the following:
Make sure that your resource pack is in a .zip file.
Ensure that the resource pack size is 50 MB or less. This is a restriction from Mojang.
Ensure that the link starts with "https://"

Pocket Edition

Login to your Multicraft panel, select and stop your Minecraft server.

Click on "Files" and then "FTP File Access".



Enter your control panel password in the Multicraft Password box and click Login.

Navigate to the resource_packs folder.


Click the Upload button and upload your resource pack file.
It must be a .ZIP
Your resource pack must have a manifest.json file inside in order for it to work.


Click Edit to the right of the resource_packs.yml file.


Enter the name of your resource pack file underneath #Example.
There must be a - before the name.

If you want all players to be forced to use your resource pack when they join, set force_resources to true.

Click Save.


Start your server.
Was this article helpful?
Cancel
Thank you!