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    Hi @ManagedCloud-Hosting, DirectAdmin have an API which you could potentially leverage in your custom code: https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=523 This isn't currently a function that's implemented in the DirectAdmin module, but is potentially something we can look at if there's demand in future.
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    Someone might come up with a better way to do it, but I found adding the following to my custom.css helps in my case .dataTables_wrapper table.table-list { display: block; width: 100%; overflow-x: auto; -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch; } It's basically pinching the code from Bootstrap's default "table-responsive" class and applying it to the existing wrapper (to avoid a ton of template changes). I have no idea why that is not being used already on all tables in WHMCS to be honest...
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    this bit isn't relevant to you, but i'll mention for anyone else wanting to add currency to the header in WHMCS directly... now as I said, that won't apply to you because you're wanting to do this on an external site.. and have it influence a data feed. fundamentally, you just need to pass a variable value into the feed for the currency - but as i've got no idea if this external site is html, php, wordpress or whatever, i'll give you a basic way to do it in php... <html> <body> <?php $currency = $_GET['currency']; echo "<a href=\"".$_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]."?currency=1\">GBP</a> <a href=\"".$_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]."?currency=2\">USD</a><br><br>"; ?> <script language="javascript" src="feeds/productsinfo.php?pid=1&get=price&billingcycle=monthly&currency=<?php echo $currency ?>"></script> </body> </html> obviously, those links can be replaced with flags, images etc and there are other ways to do this - the point being that you are passing a currency value to the data feed and it is then using that value to pull the correct detail for that currency from the database.
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