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    • Following 6 weeks of pre-production testing, we are pleased to announce the release of WHMCS 7.5 to general availability. 7.5 is now the recommended version for all new installations and upgrades. WHMCS 7.5 really does have something for everyone...
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    • We are pleased to announce the launch of the WHMCS 7.5 public beta. Our public beta program gives you direct access to try our early pre-production releases and help test and contribute to the development process. To get started, read this post.
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    • In WHMCS v7.4 we introduced Notifications which allow you to trigger Slack or HipChat notifications on a set of triggers, so we thought we'd see how you are using it and how it's helped you to stay more informed, share your experiences and tips below!
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    • Hi Brian, ahh ok understood. Greetings Christian
    • That's what I thought. But when I try it on my test account all I get is a message saying : Action Failed Unable to auto-login. Please contact support.
    • Hi @DaveM74, This error suggests that some files are missing or being mis-referenced by after-market customisations. First please try uploading a fresh copy of the /vendor/whmcs directory. This can be obtained from https://download.whmcs.com Second, try removing all trace of the "domainsDotCOZA" module, as this may be referencing files which do not exist.  
    • Hi Carl, i've never seen that - as you say, it must be the server because if I add your twitter to my WHMCS dev, then the human difference time is shown in English... so it's not the twitter feed itself and I guess that it's just defaulting to the server PHP locale setting rather than any physical location. with some effort, because the value is just a string and not an actual date... so I suppose you could translate it with Language Overrides in the twitterfeed.tpl template, but whether it's worth the effort i'm really not sure.  WHMCS is very dated (I could stop that sentence right there lol) when it comes to Twitter in that it's basically still doing now what it did years ago... e.g, from a v6.2.2 dev using the WHMCS twitter account.. if I did a screenshot from the v7.5.1 homepage, I daresay it would look virtually identical... however, it's not difficult to add a "proper" scrollable Twitter timeline to any page in WHMCS (or beyond)... or to see a video of the scrollable timeline... https://www.screencast.com/t/UyZy2mabSawK the above is from a customised homepage.tpl (no other internal WHMCS files are used), but you could equally add the timeline anywhere, e.g in the footer (let's use WHMCS's own footer as an example)... i'm writing this up as a tutorial (and i'll update this thread when it's posted - though it certainly won't be this weekend as it's a public holiday and once I submit this post, i'm gone from here for a day or two! )... currentlyi'm trying to work out the permutations of the homepage, e.g showing announcements, twitter, products etc or a combination of them all... you can even do something similar with a Facebook or Instagram timeline too...
      so rather than just posting the basic idea and then being asked about using it for x, y and z, i'm going to spend some time trying to develop a clear way for users to do it, primarily on the homepage, but ultimately anywhere.
    • Hi @kerrya,  Out of the box this should be possible for them to do this out of the Client Area, by opening their product profile up you'll have a login with cPanel Button
    • Hi Kerry, you mean using cPanel Single Sign-On ? https://docs.whmcs.com/CPanel_Single_Sign-On
    • did you follow that thread to the final post which linked to an updated thread that works with v7.2.2? having checked the code in the updated thread again, I can confirm that it still works with v7.5.1 (using the Six template)... which implies that it's a JavaScript / jQuery issue... that's very likely if you followed the original thread as that code is out of date for current WHMCS v7.5 releases. so if you followed the updated thread, make the changes to header.tpl and the required changes to templates/six/js/scripts.min.js (usually by editing scripts.js and minifying it) then this currency header code will work with the "Six" template... if you're using a custom template (especially one not based on Six), then it may not necessarily work, or might require changes to different files in order to do so... your WHMCS client area seems to be down, so I was unable to determine what you are using. as a further update to this, you can add the currency header changes without the need to modify scripts.min.js - so this solution requires only a template code change within header.tpl to work, no other external js modifications. in v7.5.1, it would be... <!-- Currency --> {if !$loggedin && count($currencies) > 1} <li> <a href="#" class="choose-currency" data-toggle="popover" id="currencyChooser" data-container="body" data-placement="bottom" data-content='{foreach from=$currencies item=currchoice}<img src="{$BASE_PATH_IMG}/flags/{$currchoice.code|substr:0:2|strtolower}.png"> <a href="{$currentpagelinkback}currency={$currchoice.id}">{if $currency.id eq $currchoice.id}<u>{/if}{$currchoice.code}</u></a>{/foreach}'><i class="fa fa-usd"></i> <b class="caret"></b></a> </li> {/if} the updated method would also work in v6.2.2 too (though using slightly different code because of layout changes since that release)... {if !$loggedin && count($currencies) > 1} <div class="pull-right nav"> <a href="#" class="quick-nav" data-toggle="popover" id="currencyChooser" data-container="body" data-placement="bottom" data-content='{foreach from=$currencies item=currchoice}<img src="{$BASE_PATH_IMG}/flags/{$currchoice.code|substr:0:2|strtolower}.png"> <a href="{$currentpagelinkback}currency={$currchoice.id}">{if $currency.id eq $currchoice.id}<u>{/if}{$currchoice.code}</u></a> {/foreach}'><i class="fa fa-usd"></i> {$LANG.choosecurrency}<span class="caret"></span></a> </div> {/if} so i've no reason to assume that the updated code wouldn't work in any WHMCS release since v6.22 (probably even earlier versions of v6 too - but I don't have a dev to check that). also, because it's just relying on Bootstrap JS Popover, it will likely have a greater chance of working on custom templates too.
    • I'd like my customers to be able to link directly to their cPanel dashboard from the Billing area so that they don't have to login to cPanel. I can't see how to get this done. Any help appreciated. Kerry
    • I want a currency option from the header section of our theme. I tried some resources, but it didn't.
      For example, the following codes.   The menu does not open.

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