We're thrilled to share our Technical Preview of the new WHMCS Mobile App. Please use this board to share your feedback and discuss any issues that you may experience. Members of the WHMCS Team will be actively interacting and answering questions and issues via the board. To report any bugs please head to https://www.whmcs.com/preview/mobile
We're very excited to announce the Technical Preview launch of the new WHMCS Mobile App. The new app has been re-engineered and re-designed from the ground up to provide our users with a modern mobile experience and allow them to manage their WHMCS powered business from their mobile device. "Our mission here at WHMCS is to help our customers automate their business and help them to be successful.", said Matt Pugh, CEO of WHMCS. "For some time now, our mobile app experience has been something...View the full blog post
Last month we announced the release of WHMCS 7.10 to General Availability. Today we have released WHMCS 7.10.2 which contains bug fixes and usability improvements for the 7.10 release. Getting the UpdateYou can update automatically using the Automatic Updater. Simply navigate to Utilities > Update WHMCS to begin the update process. As always, manual downloads are also being made available for those who wish to upgrade manually. You can download both the full release and incremental versions...View the full blog post
That's absolutelly right and I know about this "odd" circle a long time. Now I did it in this way:
1. removed the default affiliate menu item
2. created a new page with an "Activate Affiliate" button/link to Affiliate support departement
3. The customer has to send a request message with his personal and contact details
4. we will create an account for him and it will be sent a welcome message to him with login credentials
And by this long "way" just because of the fact you described above. Leaving the option for registration of non customers enabled is a faith with spammers.
I went in to add GSuite to one of my client's accounts, just the same way as I've always done it. The only difference since the last one is the upgrade to the latest WHMCS version.
I unchecked "Block Existing Domains" in General Settings > Ordering ... & saved
That allowed me to place the order... but, I'm pretty sure this is a glitch in the latest software.
where? in a site template or email ?? there won't be in an email template, and almost certainly not in a site template either - I suspect depending on where you want to do it, it's going to need a hook to check the database to see if they have active MC products.
it can be done as I once wrote a very similar hook solution for a client - the thing ended up being nearly 100 lines of code... it would be longer now as there are more MC products than there was then. 😲
but you first need to know where/how it's going to be used and that will determine what hook to use....
I wouldn't worry about that - i'm in control of what I decide to post here, especially when it comes to hooks and code - anything "clever", or commercially sensitive/valuable simply doesn't get posted publicly anymore... which on one level is a real shame, but on the other hand, "developers" were happily selling the unaltered code as their own work... helping users is one thing, subsidising a living to those who do no real work to justify it is another matter - i'm wise to what's going on here (on a whole number of levels!)... I could go further, but I would expect this thread to get nuked/locked, so i'll take my auto screenshot and leave it there. 📸
links to old hooks, or tweaks of those old hooks is fine... as is (especially) helping someone who at least had a go at doing it themselves... and new hooks that are only a few lines long on variations i've already written.
off-topic, I was wandering through the file structure today and found a new undocumented feature - well it's got a throwaway line mention in the v7.10 changelog, but nothing obvious in the release notes... but at it's core is code that I effectively posted here years ago... that warmed the cockles of my heart to see that! in years gone by, i'd have posted a tutorial about using that feature (as it's ripe for exploitation and enhancement)... no point these days. 🙁
sadly, there are often threads I can answer, but to do so, would likely need me to share commercially written code... so they often get bookmarked until I can think of a convenient solution for all.... aagh, just about to reply to one of them.
there is a reason why there are so few knowledgeable users replying to threads here - it takes time, knowledge and inclination - and sadly it's a rare (dying) breed that has all three.
WHMCS life was oh so much simpler, and fun, years ago... sighs.. it really was fun here once... I miss having sentq around the place to share the load.
3.4 wouldn't be an issue - that's more to stop users spamming each other via the PM, e.g sending unsolicited PMs saying "have you heard about my new telepathic navbar menu hook generating addon - if interested, click here" (the link is fake, nobody get excited!) 😲
I would expect donations to be a private issue between the two parties that WHMCS wouldn't want to get involved in - maybe I should just add a PayPal donate button to my signature! 🤑
90% ? everyone should know my name! ("Cheers!" theme reference!) 🎵
it looks good! 😎
btw - one of the quirks of Lagom, and to an extent Six, is that there can often be no clear way to become an affiliate - so on your site, users that are not logged in can't see the affiliate link - so how do they become affiliates? even if they find the link, they would need to log in, but they might not be able to login because they're not users... and without the registration page, you can't become an affiliate without buying something first... vicious circle!