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    • Hi guys, I use fail2ban on my server. WHMCS is a subdomain on the same server. I am just wondering, what is normally required to be done in fail2ban for whmcs to work with 1. auto-provisioning services on said server and 2. sending email notifications in whmcs through smtp/phpmail?
    • Here is how you offer free domain with hosting package. As for transferred domains I think that you'll need to manually (or automatically with a custom action hook) sync the Next Due Date of the domain in question and its related hosting package this way they will be tied together. When customers transfer their domain to you, the remaining time they have with their current Registrars plays a role in the Expiry Date. Let's suppose that the transferred domain expires in 6 months from now. For generic TLDs the renewal period (1 year) is added to the current expiry date. In other words the domain will expire in 12 + 6 months from now. Technically a customer could transfer a domain that expires in 2025 😀 It happens when you change Registrar frequently. That's why in WHMCS Next Due Date and Expiry Date don't match. That said, what you see in Expiry Date is irrelevant. Even though the domain expires in 2025 your customer must pay you on a yearly basis. In other words Next Due Date is the only thing that you have to care about. You could consider Expiry Date as a "courtesy" date for you and your customers. When it comes to country-code extensions, rules could be different. A lot of TLDs don't give a damn about the remaining time. When the domain is transferred Expiry Date simply is current date + 12 months. Editing Expiry Date makes no sense if you are using Auto-Sync since it will override your changes.
    • This hook should work. <?php use WHMCS\Database\Capsule; add_hook('InvoicePaid', 1, function($vars) { // Retreiving Products/Services from the invoice that has been just paid $HostingItems = Capsule::select(Capsule::raw('SELECT t2.id FROM tblinvoiceitems AS t1 LEFT JOIN tblhosting AS t2 ON t1.relid = t2.id WHERE t1.invoiceid = "' . $vars['invoiceid'] . '" AND t1.type = "Hosting"')); // Foreach Product/Service that has been renewed I send the "Product Renewal Confirmation" (read post below for more details) foreach ($HostingItems AS $v) { $postData['messagename'] = 'Product Renewal Confirmation'; $postData['id'] = $v->id; $results = localAPI('SendEmail', $postData); } }); The hook requires an Email Template to send the renewal confirmation via email. Go to Setup > Email Templates and press Create New Email Template with the following settings: Email Type: Product/Service Unique Name: Product Renewal Confirmation Email Title: Product Renewal Confirmation (feel free to change it) Email Body: (see below - Feel free to customize it) <p>Dear {$client_name},</p> <p>Thank you for your renewal order. Your renewal request for the product listed below has now been completed.</p> <p>Product/Service: {$service_product_name} {if $service_domain} ({$service_domain}){/if}<br />Renewal Length: {$service_billing_cycle}<br />Renewal Price: {$service_recurring_amount}<br />Next Due Date: {$service_next_due_date}</p> <p>You may login to your client area at <a href="{$whmcs_url}">{$whmcs_url}</a> to manage your domain.</p> <p>{$signature}</p> Preview:
    • Today marks a huge milestone for Zomex! As of the 25th of May 2019 we have now been in business for 10 years! I would like to thank each and every one of you for continuing to support Zomex over the years. It has been an absolute pleasure developing templates, providing services and more importantly replying to your support requests over the last 10 years. Zomex is my baby, my passion and my life and it goes without saying that I will continue to dedicate my time and energy to Zomex's continued growth. Together we will take it to the next level, Here's to the next 10 years! To celebrate this huge milestone we have launched our biggest sale yet! For 3 days only starting now you can receive a huge 25% discount on your order using coupon: 10yearanniversary during checkout! View our full announcement: https://www.zomex.com/clients/announcements.php?id=225
    • Not clear why the method is "weird and confusing". Banners are yet another post type and this is the norm for any post type, in that 1 image is entered per post instance. The difference is that the banner type is not displayed as individual pages, hence the need for an output widget which collects data and display as instructed in one or multiple positions/sidebars on one or more pages. The below image shows  single instances of banners with separate database row ID within the same banner category. The banner display widget requests an array and output 4 as instructed. This allows the click and impression tracking function to record per banner item. The widget can select banner items from 1 or multiple categories or by specified IDs.  
    • I get your logic now, however this is a weird and confusing setup.
    • I've written one that interfaces with our switches (although not Cisco the principal is the same) and APCs via SNMP - switchport control works well and is also linked to product suspensions so the switch port is dropped on a server is payment is overdue. It's very much a custom module designed for our own specific needs, but if you get really stuck I can probably help out with something or give some guidance on how to put one together.
    • But I request you not to restrict your customers in such a way. It will be an imposed disaster to your customers, and the UX would hit very severely. Of course, you may have a specific case, but still converting your mobile visitors to this kind of forced desktop view wouldn't fix the problem.
    • Open templates/{YOUR_TEMPLATE}/header.tpl and look for the following meta tag: <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"> Replace it with: <meta name="viewport" content="{if $loggedin}width=1024{else}width=device-width, initial-scale=1{/if}"> This forces desktop view on mobile devices on all pages to loggedin users. Keep in mind that it doesn't work when resizing browser window on desktop. If you want that to work only with clientarea pages then use this code: <meta name="viewport" content="{if $loggedin AND $filename == 'clientarea'}width=1024{else}width=device-width, initial-scale=1{/if}">  
    • Given that I'm not a master of templates, I'd use this action hook: <?php add_hook('ClientAreaHeadOutput', 1, function($vars) { if ($vars['templatefile'] == 'viewcart') { $RemoveHeader = true; // "true" removes WHMCS header (logo, language picker, login/register, view cart button) $RemoveNavBar = true; // "true" removes WHMCS navbar (Home, Store, Announcements...) if ($RemoveHeader ? $output .= '<style>#header { display:none }</style>' : 0); if ($RemoveNavBar ? $output .= '<style>#main-menu { display:none }</style>' : 0); return $output; } }); add_hook('ClientAreaPageCart', 1, function($vars) { $output['DisplayMyCustomHeader'] = true; // "true" shows your custom header in PageCart return $output; }); Open templates/{YOUR_TEMPLATE}/header.tpl and look for the following statement: {if $templatefile == 'homepage'} Right befire it add the following code: {if $DisplayMyCustomHeader} <div class="home-shortcuts"> <div class="container"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-md-4 hidden-sm hidden-xs text-center"> <p class="lead">How can we help today?</p> </div> <div class="col-sm-12 col-md-8"> <ul> <li><a id="btnBuyADomain" href="domainchecker.php"><i class="fas fa-globe"></i><p>Buy A Domain <span>»</span></p></a></li> <li><a id="btnOrderHosting" href="cart.php"><i class="far fa-hdd"></i><p>Order Hosting <span>»</span></p></a></li> <li><a id="btnMakePayment" href="clientarea.php"><i class="fas fa-credit-card"></i><p>Make Payment <span>»</span></p></a></li> <li><a id="btnGetSupport" href="submitticket.php"><i class="far fa-envelope"></i><p>Get Support <span>»</span></p></a></li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> </div> {/if} And here is the result: Replace the content of {if $DisplayMyCustomHeader}{/if} with your header.
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