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://"

You can use Dropbox to upload your resource pack and get the link from there.
Once you have uploaded your resource pack to Dropbox (it should be a .zip folder) you can create a shareable link.
It should look something like this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/some_numbers_letters/resourcepackname.zip?dl=0
Once you have the link, you can paste it into your server.properties file (found in the files tab) on the line where it says 'resource-pack'. This can also be set in the config files under server settings.
The last step is to change the ending of your link from "//...?dl=0" to "//...?dl=1". Ensure that the last number in the link is '1' and not '0'.
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