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    also, take a look at the post below in case you think some of your users might need to be both users and contacts.
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    HTML or WP? looks like the HTML version might not have been updated for a few months, WP has - either way, best to check you're using the latest release for your WHMCS installed version. you could rename the relevant eco templates, and copy the Six versions over and test again - if it works, then use them for now; if not, delete and rename the eco templates back to their original filenames. also, check if there is an online demo for eco where you can reach this page feature.
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    No it isn't set as the active template in the general settings. The default cart is Standard Cart, all products are set to use the default. Then I am loading the child theme using the browser variable carttpl= It appears to effect checkout.tpl only, all other files I have tested work correctly within the child theme. I didn't test the child theme prior to v8.1 as I created and used a fully customized version of Standard Cart. Thanks.
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    Please give it some love 🙂 https://requests.whmcs.com/topic/allow-stateregion-overrides
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    with regards to menu 1, if you wanted to remove the children for everyone (those links exist for both clients and non-clients), you could use the following... <?php use WHMCS\View\Menu\Item as MenuItem; add_hook('ClientAreaSecondarySidebar', 1, function(MenuItem $secondarySidebar) { if (!is_null($secondarySidebar->getChild('Support'))) { $secondarySidebar->getChild('Support') ->removeChild('Announcements') ->removeChild('Knowledgebase') ->removeChild('Downloads') ->removeChild('Network Status') ->removeChild('Open Ticket'); } }); if you wanted to only remove these links in the client area, but keep them elsewhere, you could use the following... <?php use WHMCS\View\Menu\Item as MenuItem; add_hook('ClientAreaSecondarySidebar', 1, function(MenuItem $secondarySidebar) { $client = Menu::context('client'); if (!is_null($client)) { if (!is_null($secondarySidebar->getChild('Support'))) { $secondarySidebar->getChild('Support') ->removeChild('Announcements') ->removeChild('Knowledgebase') ->removeChild('Downloads') ->removeChild('Network Status') ->removeChild('Open Ticket'); } } }); for menu 2, it's similar to the above - just go through the view source of the page to find the names of the menuitemname you want to remove and add them to a hook. for 3, that's a template edit - take a look at the <!-- Shopping Cart --> section of six/header.tpl
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