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  1. 3 points
    Like I said multiple times on this community (I'm boring 😟), first off make sure that WP and WHMCS stay on two separate hosting packages for security reasons. Why? Long story short if someone cracks your WP also your WHMCS is compromised. The problem is that WP is intrinsically less secure for a number of reasons (very popular among people and lamers, huge number of third party components available...). I'd like to underline another aspect but first let me say that I'm not trying to promote anything or change your idea. I'm just sharing with you my experience with WHMCS. I dislike a lot the use of Wordpress, Drupal or any other CMS to overcome the lacks of WHMCS. In the short run using WP looks a great idea but let's focus on the big-picture this for a second. Having two systems to handle the same website could be a frustrating experience. The idea of having to focus on two separate admin interface doesn't look promising. It's already hard to keep an eye on WHMCS, all servers you have (cP, Plesk, DA...), registrars. With WP we're adding another variable to equation. That's distracting You'll find yourself repeating the same operations on WHMCS and WP so that they always look the same or similar year after year. For example you'll have to produce two "versions" of your template. One that works for WHMCS and the other for WP As if keeping secure and updated WHMCS with all modules, addons and servers wasn't enough, now you also need to take care of WP In conclusion installing WP for sure is the fastest way to get what you need. You just need to work on it for X weeks, install Y and Z and cross your fingers hoping that an update of WHMCS or WP doesn't force you to spend hours to fix something that no longer works as expected. I had to deal things like WP + WHMCS for years and this combo made me waste countless number of hours. Personally I decided to follow another path. Instead of installing another CMS to "complete" WHMCS and waste time and patience in the long run, I added all the missing pieces to WHMCS since it has tons of hooks and API to work with. Take what I just said with a grain of salt. This was just my opinion. Using WP doesn't hurt anyone 🙂
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    Welcome to WHMCS.Community ID-TECH! We're glad you're here please take some time to familiarise yourself with the Community Rules & Guidelines and take a moment to introduce yourself to other WHMCS.Community members in the Introduce Yourself Board.
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    Welcome to WHMCS.Community YeapGuy! We're glad you're here please take some time to familiarise yourself with the Community Rules & Guidelines and take a moment to introduce yourself to other WHMCS.Community members in the Introduce Yourself Board.
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    Welcome to WHMCS.Community sorena! We're glad you're here please take some time to familiarise yourself with the Community Rules & Guidelines and take a moment to introduce yourself to other WHMCS.Community members in the Introduce Yourself Board.
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    I wouldn't worry about that - inactive clients can still login without issue and they won't know that they're "inactive". https://docs.whmcs.com/Clients:Profile_Tab#Changing_a_Clients_Status it's just that as Chris says, the number of ACTIVE clients could determine your WHMCS license cost (if you have a monthly license that uses tiers) - not that this is mentioned in the above documentation. 🙄 you can disable the automatic changing of these users to inactive, but just bear in mind about what I said about the effect that could have on your license costs. https://docs.whmcs.com/Automation_Settings#Client_Status_Update there would be ways, e.g you could run a SQL query - but client status isn't really relevant except in the convenience of finding them in the admin area - the clients themselves won't notice any difference whether they are marked as active or inactive.
  6. 1 point
    Hey Chris, Yes I am, it was a service from WHMCS. It does not persist when using the Six theme - also using standard default cart. Thanks
  7. 1 point
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    We do actually own Project Management from WHMCS also, but it's a little too complicated for this use. I appreciate the help though. I have actually found a Ticket Filter by BusyRack that looks like it will get me where I need to be. Thanks for the help!
  9. 1 point
    Beautiful theme! Great job, love the dark & light mode feature! 🤩
  10. 1 point
    The charset of your tblclients would also be great!
  11. 1 point
    aah it's a pity you want a hook, it would just be one line of Smarty code in the clientsummary template. 😞 it's going to be a variation on a hook that i've given you previously... <?php # Change No Domain String In Client Summary Page Hook # Written by brian! function client_summary_change_nodomain_hook($vars) { if ($vars['filename'] == 'clientssummary') { $productsummary = $vars['productsummary']; foreach($productsummary as $key => $product) { if($product['domain'] == "(No Domain)") { $productsummary[$key]['domain'] = "something else"; } } return array("productsummary" => $productsummary); } } add_hook("AdminAreaPage", 1, "client_summary_change_nodomain_hook"); realistically, if you're still using the first hook, then you should just need to add that if($product block of code above to it, but both hooks should work separately if they have to.
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    take a look at the thread below for some guidance...
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    try... #ticketreplies a.autoLinked {background: #FF99FF;} that would give any link in the reply a pink highlighter background... 😲
  14. 1 point
    it's not v7.7.0 standard_cart checkout.tpl as i've just done a comparison and there are multiple differences... but there are no differences between your template code posted above and v7.8b1 standard_cart checkout.tpl
  15. 1 point
    take a look at the tblemails database table, e.g using phpmyadmin, and see if the table is empty, or doesn't contain any records for users that you know have had emails sent.
  16. 1 point
    the capsule equivalent would be... $orderid = Capsule::table('tblorders')->where('invoiceid','{YOUR_INVOICE_ID}')->value('id'); if you wanted ordernum instead, you would change ->value('id') to ->value('ordernum')
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    I really hope cPanel reconsider those price policy as it's ridiculous. and will seriously damage the hosting industry. Also, please WHMCS don't take the same measures.
  18. 1 point
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    Hey all, I've noted this thread in the internal case log and have asked internally if we can look at the priority on this one 🙂
  20. 1 point
    I'm looking for a WHMCS addon module that's fully integrated and does auto SSL certificate provisioning/syncing/client area management etc. I did some Google searches and lots of info were 2+ years old. I'm on the latest WHMCS 7.6.1. Starting a thread here to gather the latest info/reviews. So far my list of consideration is: 1. The SSL Store - WHMCS module is free with reseller account. The module seems feature rich but at the same time a bit complicated. The SSL Store's prices are mixed, some good but some expensive. Cannot find many reviews on the reliability of the module. A couple of bad reviews on WHMCS market place citing bugs (which is a red flag to me). 2. GoGetSSL - WHMCS module is free with reseller account. Appears to be open source. GoGetSSL's prices seem pretty good overall. But no reviews on the quality and reliability of the WHMCS module itself. 3. ResellerClub - WHMCS module sold by resellerclub-mods.com for $22. ResellerClub has limited choices on SSL certificates and prices are high. But since I currently use ResellerClub for domain names, selling SSL through them would be convenient if everything works. Cannot find many reviews on the module itself. 4. Namecheap - WHMCS module is free with reseller account. The module does not seem to be very actively developed (last update 07/2017). Namecheap's SSL prices are good. Cannot find reviews on the module itself and lack of recent updates is a bit concerning (not sure if it works well with the latest WHMCS) 5. SSL2Buy - Their website mentions a WHMCS module being available but cannot find any info regarding it. SSL2Buy does have very good prices. What I'm looking for: Reliable and no critical bugs, fully compatible with WHMCS 7.6.1 Relatively easy to install/configure/maintain Decent SSL prices and choices Please share your experience if you currently use any of these WHMCS addon modules for SSL. Thanks!
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    Hi Everyone, Providing threads with little information about the issue you are experiencing makes it harder for not just WHMCS Staff to help you but other WHMCS.Community members as well. When you don't provide a detailed overview you may end up with either a lot of questions being asked of you to determine the root cause and gather more information or no answer to your question at all. This can be frustrating and lead to you having a negative experience on the Community. The purpose of this thread is to help other WHMCS.Community Members help you quickly and effectively. 1. Do a quick search WHMCS.Community has a wealth of information that has been gathered in the last few years that means there might already be an answer to your question. Before posting, take a moment to do a quick search in the top right-hand corner of the community. Other than search WHMCS has some other great resources to these include our Documentation , Guides & Tutorials & our Developer Documentation to name a few. 2. Thread Title - Make it relevant The thread title is the first thing people see when browsing the community, this is your chance to provide a quick snapshot of the issue, so a subject matter expert can jump in and help you Thread titles like the below are more useful: Broken payment gateway page after installing 3rd party module. How do I set my configuration.php file to read-only clientarea.php returns error 500 Setup > Products > Domain Registrars broken with PHP 7 Than thread titles like these: Payment Gateway Broken Permissions to Read Only Error 500 Domain Registrars broke 3. Make use of tags - Include your version Hot Tip: Put the WHMCS version number you are using as a tag e.g 7.3.1 Tags are just as important as the title these are used as filters and are another way to quickly and easily determine what the thread is about. Tags like Domain Registrars, eNom, OpenSRS, Payment Gateways, eWAY, PayPal, Stripe, Client Area, Invoices are all useful tags remember to separate your tags with commas. Putting useful tags is one way you can help people understand what you need help with and for people who know that functionality to help you quickly If you'd like to learn more about tags check out 4. Detail & Reproduction Steps Detail is of paramount importance, the more detail you provide the better include information such as: The error messages you are receiving on screen, in module logs, or server logs, remember to say which log it's in Note: For users with admin panel access enable display errors under Setup > General Settings > Other > Display Errors, If you cant access your admin area add the following line to the end of your configuration.php file $display_errors = true; Provide detailed reproduction steps The action you where taking The screen you where on The error/output you received The output server/module/gateway logs showing What module/server/gateway you are using What you expected to happen What actually happened What you have done to try and resolve the issue Tell us about your environment - everyone has a slightly different setup, remember to include things such as Your WHMCS Version number Your PHP version & IonCube Loader Your PHP Memory & Timeout Limits (when relevant) Are you running Linux, Windows, Mac? What Distro If your issue is with a template or a template display issue Try the default Six theme To do this, use an URL such as http://www.yourdomain.com/whmcs/?systpl=six Try the default Standard_Cart theme To do this, use an URL such as http://www.yourdomain.com/whmcs/?carttpl=Standard_Cart Anything else that you think is relevant 5. Use the CODE box when pasting code or log outputs When pasting any code into a thread remember to click the code icon box first it's in your editor toolbar at the top of the thread. We recommend using the code box when pasting logs as well. 6. Remove personal information This might sound obvious but you'd be surprised how often people forget! Please remember to remove/hide/blur any personally identifiable information such as Usernames, Emails, Passwords & IPs from text logs & images. Posting this information on the community is a security risk. If you forget to do it or you come across any personal information please use the Report Post button in the top right to alert our moderation team to it. 7. Seeking support elsewhere? Have you already opened a ticket? Remember to include your Ticket ID this will allow our WHMCS.Community Staff to check your ticket and let the support team know that you've got a thread on the community as well. 8. Problem solved? Tell us how Remember, when your problem is solved please take the time to let us know in the thread, provide details on how it was solved and anything relevant this will help future community users experiencing a similar issue get the answer quickly! That's it! Thanks for reading! That's all we have for now we hope this helps you get the most out of the Troubleshooting Issues board Have I missed something out? Ideas for how to make threads even more useful? Let me know in the Feedback Thread linked below!
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  23. 1 point
    Hi, The error you are encountering indicates there are orphaned products in your WHMCS database (ie. products which are assigned to a non-existent product group). To identify the problematic product, the Utilities > Logs > Module debug Log tool can be used Please enable it, reproduce the problem, disable it again and then review the data to identify the problematic product. More detailed instructions are published at http://docs.whmcs.com/Troubleshooting_Module_Problems This can be resolved in two ways: Delete the orphaned products from the tblhosting table. OR Insert a new record into tblproductgroups with the same id as the missing product group (tblproducts.gid) value. Call it something like "Orphaned Products" so you can deal with the product as you see fit via the Setup > Products/Services> Products/Services page.
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  25. 1 point
    I think that's the way the "Modern" orderform template has always worked - it was like that in v5 too. the quickest fix would probably be to tweak the modern/ordersummary.tpl template - I think all the variables are present, they just aren't being used... as a quick demo, I modified the code to show the domain name and the correct recurring price... <div class="summaryproduct">{$producttotals.productinfo.groupname} - <b>{$producttotals.productinfo.name}</b></div> <table class="ordersummarytbl"> <tr><td>{$producttotals.productinfo.name}</td><td class="text-right">{$producttotals.pricing.baseprice}</td></tr> <tr><td> {foreach from=$producttotals.configoptions item=configoption}{if $configoption} <tr><td style="padding-left:10px;">» {$configoption.name}: {$configoption.optionname}</td><td class="text-right">{$configoption.recurring}{if $configoption.setup} + {$configoption.setup} {$LANG.ordersetupfee}{/if}</td></tr> {/if}{/foreach} {foreach from=$carttotals.domains item=domains} <tr><td>{$domains.domain}</td><td class="text-right">{$domains.price}</td></tr> {/foreach} {foreach from=$producttotals.addons item=addon} <tr><td>+ {$addon.name}</td><td class="text-right">{$addon.recurring}</td></tr> {/foreach} </table> {if $producttotals.pricing.setup || $producttotals.pricing.recurring || $producttotals.pricing.addons} <div class="summaryproduct"></div> <table width="100%"> {if $producttotals.pricing.setup}<tr><td>{$LANG.cartsetupfees}:</td><td class="text-right">{$producttotals.pricing.setup}</td></tr>{/if} {foreach from=$producttotals.pricing.recurringexcltax key=cycle item=recurring} <tr><td>{$cycle}</td><td class="text-right">{if $cycle eq "Monthly"}{$carttotals.totalrecurringmonthly}{elseif $cycle eq "Quarterly"}{$carttotals.totalrecurringquarterly}{elseif $cycle eq "Semi-Annually"}{$carttotals.totalrecurringsemiannually}{elseif $cycle eq "Annually"}{$carttotals.totalrecurringannually}{elseif $cycle eq "Biennially"}{$carttotals.totalrecurringbiennially}{elseif $cycle eq "Triennially"}{$carttotals.totalrecurringtriennially}{/if}</td></tr> {/foreach} {if $producttotals.pricing.tax1}<tr><td>{$carttotals.taxname} @ {$carttotals.taxrate}%:</td><td class="text-right">{$producttotals.pricing.tax1}</td></tr>{/if} {if $producttotals.pricing.tax2}<tr><td>{$carttotals.taxname2} @ {$carttotals.taxrate2}%:</td><td class="text-right">{$producttotals.pricing.tax2}</td></tr>{/if} </table> {/if} <div class="summaryproduct"></div> <table width="100%"> <tr><td colspan="2" class="text-right">{$LANG.ordertotalduetoday}: <b>{$carttotals.total}</b></td></tr> </table> it's far from perfect (one of the foreach loops is really annoying me!) and it might run into accuracy issues if you have more than one product in the cart, but as you only appear to be selling two products at the moment, you should be ok for now - but test, test and test again to make sure. if there's a major issue, do let me know - but i'll be in Edgbaston for the 3rd Test for the next few days, so I might not reply until the weekend.
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