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How to Add a Texture Pack to Your Dynmap

This guide will help you add a texture pack to your Dynmap web editor.

📝 What Is Dynmap 📝

Dynmap is an add-on for your server which will provide you with a fully rendered image of your actual Minecraft world that is accessible to all players.

Dynmap can be found as a plugin or as a mod. You need to choose between those depending on which server type you are running.

Here you can find our guide for setting up Dynmap on your server.
You can find more about it in the official Dynmap Github wiki.

You can also add a texture pack to your Dynmap web editor to improve the map's appearance for all players.

✔️ How to Add a Texture Pack to Dynmap ✔️

You will have to first select a desired texture pack to add to your Dynmap web editor. 

After you downloaded it, you can proceed with the following steps:

Log in to your Multicraft panel here and stop your server.

Stop Your Server

Use FileZilla to upload your pack to your server's Dynmap texturepack folder. The folder is located in your dynmap folder.

Here is our guide for using FileZilla.

Upload Texture Pack

Go back to your server Multicraft page and use the FTP file access to open the shaders.txt inside the dynmap folder.

Here is our guide for using the FTP file access.


Delete the file content, then add the following:


  - class: org.dynmap.hdmap.TexturePackHDShader

    name: stdtexture 
    texturepack: (TexturePack Name)

After texturepack: add the full name of your texture pack. Example: texturepack:

You can now open your server by clicking the Start button.

Start Your Server

For the changes to take place in the web editor, you will have to use again the /dynmap fullrender worldname command, replacing worldname with your actual world folder name.

If you find any issues, contact us on live chat or via the ticket system.

❕Useful Links❕

- How to Install Plugins on Your Server
- Recommended Minecraft Plugins
- Implement a Custom Resource/Texture Pack In Your Server

Updated on: 03/17/2023

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