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      Discuss functionality, provide feedback and report issues regarding the latest preview release of WHMCS V7.8.


  2. The Latest from the WHMCS Team

    1. News & Announcements

      Announcements and mailings we send out will be posted here

    2. The WHMCS Blog   (2,822 visits to this link)

      Read the latest feature spotlights, industry news and get tips and tricks for WHMCS on our blog

  3. WHMCS.Community

    1. Community Announcements

      Our WHMCS Community Announcements with everything from our community rules to updates on making our community more awesome

    2. Introduce Yourself

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  4. Using WHMCS

    1. Pre-Sales Questions

      Considering purchasing WHMCS but have some questions? Ask them here.

    2. Admin & Configuration Questions

      This is your space for any questions about WHMCS configuration settings.

    3. Installation, Upgrade, and Import Support

      Get help from the community with installing, upgrading and migrating to WHMCS here

    4. Using WHMCS

      Have a question about how something works or need help configuring and using WHMCS? Here's the place to do it.

    5. Troubleshooting Issues

      Use this board to discuss any issues or problems you are encountering. If you think you've found a bug, please report it here

    6. Vendor Discussions

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  5. WHMCS Showcase

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      Customized and integrated WHMCS in some way? Show the WHMCS Community here!

    2. Share Your Best Practices & Tips

      Share your tips and advice to the rest of the WHMCS community.

  6. Developing & Extending WHMCS

    1. Third Party Add-ons

      A place to discuss third party modules, add-ons and extensions for the WHMCS platform.


    2. Service Offers & Requests

      A place to post offers & requests for services related to WHMCS. Rules apply.

    3. Developer Corner

      Integration, customization and module development, if you have questions, ask them here.

    4. Building Modules

      Need help while building an extension? Ask your questions here.

    5. Share Ideas for WHMCS Modules

      Looking for an extension that doesn't exist? Share your ideas and vote on others.

  7. Community Competitions

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      From time to time we run community competitions this is the place you'll find them

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      This board provides an overview of some features and functionality that WHMCS.Community provides.  We add new content from time to time.

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    • Usage Billing: Share Your Experience
      One of the new features added in WHMCS 7.9 Beta 1 is automated Usage-Based Billing, enabling you to bill your customers for what they've used and consumed. This introduces a number of new UIs in the admin and client area, as well as advanced new billing logic. During the pre-release testing we want to hear about your experiences with feature.
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      Today, we've begun the process of overhauling our WHMCS.Community Rank Structure.  Previously, limited to Newbie, Member and Level 2 Member our new structure introduces a range of new ranks including Visitors, Members, Collectors, Advisors & Contributors. Over the next few days as users log onto the community they will be migrated over to their new WHMCS.Community Rank based on their activity to date on the community.
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    • You said you were diving, so I was waiting. :) Simplest way is to load the page, and look for the CSS calls.
      Looking at "/ph-web-hosting.php", there is no head content at all, including CSS calls, which means it's missing the header include. Seeing as it's outside the WHMCS directory structure, that may be the reason? Without seeing what it is you're specifically doing, it's hard to guess accurately. Did you follow this at all, making sure paths were defined properly?
      https://developers.whmcs.com/advanced/creating-pages/ Or did you want these to be fully external to the WHMCS structure and only call information from WHMCS?
    • @WHMCS John having the same issue, I have my other pages saved in the root of my template folder. The homepage works fine however none of the other pages work and I get an oops error. I checked my security logs in Cpanel and i get this  [Sun Dec 01 16:14:19.129928 2019] [:error] [pid 3944648:tid 22728671176448] [client 97.101.9****] [client 97.*****] ModSecurity: Warning. Pattern match "^POST$" at REQUEST_METHOD. [file "/opt/mod_security/hg_rules.conf"] [line "1423"] [id "9009999"] [msg "8 char spam"] [hostname "hosting.sundezine.com"] [uri "/billing/whatsnew.php"] [unique_id "XePm20R8**************"], referer: https://hosting.sundezine.com/billing/ Any help would be great. 
    • Your offer? Sounds like you're  doing me a favour.   Thanks for "offering" to support the software that I'm paying you to support. Sadly you do that so poorly it's just not worth the hassle.
    • Option 3: use WHMCS as mai site 😋
    • SSL's from DigiCert via MarketConnect is probably the easiest to setup.
    • I feel your frustration @Chris74. I am new to WHMCS and so far it is so so for me.  It would appear more support is needed. I am getting the run around as well. However don't quote me yet, not until I dive deeper. 
    • Hi there, Sorry if these are silly questions but i've read tons of threads on multiple forums that the best practice is to split your whmcs/main-site from clients sites. That's exactly what we want to do now but i've yet to find a post that explains in detail what to do. Maybe it's obvious but i'm going to ask so i can be certain before we start moving things. We are also changing providers (still deciding which one so will use examples for clarity) so this may be the best time to do this. From what I've read there's a few ways to do this including vps, dedicated etc but we aren't at that point yet. So the two options are either to get a shared hosting account with the current provider and move the whmcs/main-site there (different server) and that way we can still use the free WHMCS license or move the whmcs/main-site to a complete different provider but then we can't use the internal WHMCS license so only option would be to buy our own license. So, correct me if i'm wrong: Option 1: (move whmcs/main-site to different server on the same provider for example Hostgator) Buy a separate shared hosting plan Move whmcs/main-site to it Update nameservers Update server IP address in WHMCS Option 2: (move whmcs/main-site to a completely different provider for example Hostpapa) Buy shared hosting plan Move whmcs/main-site to it Update nameservers Buy WHMCS license Update server IP address in WHMCS There are cost differences but the main thing is to make sure it gets done right. Is there anything else that would need to be done? Any other suggestions? And is it normal for beginner/small resellers to have their clients with one provider like Hostgator and then their whmcs/main-site with another provider like Hostpapa? Does this make it easier for folks to find out you are a reseller? Thanks and appreciate any advice.   
    • Hi @Chris74, Yes we will need to review the data in your WHMCS installation's MySQL database to assist in resolving the issues you are facing here. Should you change your mind, my offer stands.

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