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    Lagom WHMCS Email Template - FREE We’ve just released a Lagom WHMCS Email Template, it’s available in our store completly for Free!! With active license of Lagom WHMCS Theme you will gain access to the simple email template management from the WHMCS addon. You won’t need to have any HTML and CSS knowledge, to customize the Lagom WHMCS Email Template to your needs. You can choose from 3 styles: Futuristic Style - live demo Depth Style - live demo Minimal Style - live demo Lagom Extension Configure Header Text Configure Social Links Configure Footer Links Choose Style Live Preview
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    Hi, We became aware of an issue with the Configurable Package Addon after updating to cPanel v76. After discussing with both cPanel and WHMCS about this, it seems to be a result of this change in cPanel: https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CL/76+Change+Log When creating a new account that would be using the 'Custom' package (that doesn't exist in WHM), you'd get the following error: To fix the issue, you need to create the Custom package on each cPanel server in WHM. If you set everything to Unlimited and only have configured Disk Space in WHMCS, you'll end up with a cPanel account that has a limited disk space but unlimited resources of everything else. Make sure to set static values for every option in WHM that are not configurable by the Configurable Package Addon.
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    Hello, We can develop this module for you, as we have created many reseller module. You can check out at: https://whmcsglobalservices.com/whmcs-modules Thanks Team WHMCS Global Services
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    That's why I hate WYSIWYG editors. They copy text including HTML and leave a lot of unnecessary and invisible tags. You have to options: Learn to use Edit HTML Source it's an icon in the editor Dont' paste text directly into TinyMCE. First paste it txt file then ctrl+c and ctrl+v in TinyMCE. This way you are not pasting HTML tags
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    how thorough do you want to be ? as a bare minimum, you could edit supportticketslist.tpl and add an if statement to only list open tickets (i'm going to assume v7.6.1 and Six)... {foreach from=$tickets item=ticket} {if $ticket.statusClass eq 'open'} <tr onclick="window.location='viewticket.php?tid={$ticket.tid}&amp;c={$ticket.c}'"> <td> {$ticket.department} </td> <td> <a href="viewticket.php?tid={$ticket.tid}&amp;c={$ticket.c}" class="border-left"> <span class="ticket-number">#{$ticket.tid}</span> <span class="ticket-subject{if $ticket.unread} unread{/if}">{$ticket.subject}</span> </a> </td> <td> <span class="label status {if is_null($ticket.statusColor)}status-{$ticket.statusClass}"{else}status-custom" style="border-color: {$ticket.statusColor}; color: {$ticket.statusColor}"{/if}> {$ticket.status|strip_tags} </span> </td> <td class="text-center"> <span class="hidden">{$ticket.normalisedLastReply}</span> {$ticket.lastreply} </td> </tr> {/if} {/foreach} you could do the same with a hook to remove non-open tickets from the array... if you're going down this road, you may be looking at hooks to remove the ticket filter sidebar; to trim the results in the recent tickets homepage panel and maybe other places that aren't occurring to me off-hand.
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    But he's right. Having WP and WHMCS on the same hosting package is like shooting yourself in the foot. Here we're not talking about securing WP and WHMCS individually. The question is that if someone manages to upload a backdoor in WP, he can easily navigate to your WHMCS, get your database, domains, servers etc. Here is why you should keep systems separated. This way if someone cracks your WP he can destroy your WP but not WHMCS.
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    Hi Brian, Thanks for replying. Yes I managed to resolve it, sorry I forgot to come and update this. Thanks also for pointing out the typo on my coming soon page. Corrected that now. I wanted to hide the entire bar when the user is logged out. I now have a link to login and a link to view the cart in the very top navigation bar and then the second navbar appears when users login. Please see screenshots attached. Works perfectly however I am not sure I did the the "correct" way. I added an if statement to my header.tpl file within my custom template: {if $loggedin} <section id="main-menu"> Content goes here </section> {/if} If there is a better way of doing this, suggestions would be welcome! Thanks, Hayden
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    Don't know if this is the right category to post this in, but I thought I wanted to share this. It's a very small hook that cancels an invoice once the product gets terminated. //<?php use WHMCS\Database\Capsule; add_hook('PreModuleTerminate', 1, function($vars) { $invoiceid = Capsule::table('tblinvoiceitems') ->where('relid', '=', $vars['params']['serviceid']) ->orderBy('duedate', 'desc') ->first(); Capsule::table('tblinvoices') ->where('id', '=', $invoiceid->invoiceid) ->update(['Status' => 'Cancelled']); }); Any feedback is much appreciated.
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    I was wondering how is everyone handling the lack of hosting renewal notices in WHMCS (there's a 5-yr-old feature request for it) and the lack of a "renew hosting" button. I have a third-party module that handles this but it's been extremely buggy over the years. There must be some other solution. Or do you people simply accept that WHMCS will send an invoice with a big red "Unpaid" text on it, with no further explanation and that's the hosting renewal notice? How do you handle when a customer wants to renew in advance? Or a change in billing cycle, from monthly to yearly for instance? I wonder if I could create a button in the client area that opened a ticket automatically for these requests. It's really weird that a hosting automation platform has a ton of renewal notices and options for domain renewals, and nothing for hosting renewals.
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    not easily because you only get to the gateway choice stage at checkout - by which time, you've already added all your products to the cart. this wouldn't be achievable via any admin configuration, it would likely require the skills of a developer to write a custom solution - you could post a thread in Service Offers & Requests and any interested developers would reply, or you could get one of the moderators to move this thread there (by reporting the post of via Community Assistance).
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    but we can edit with inspectelement and change it so it was not good for security can you help me for lock from database?
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    We are pleased to announce the release of the WHMCS 7.6 Release Candidate. This marks the end of feature development and is the final stage before releasing the final and stable version of WHMCS 7.6. We encourage you to download, install and try out the latest version. New features in WHMCS 7.6 include: New and Improved Domain Namespinning Domain Verification and WHOIS Contact Verification UX Improvements Inline Checkout for 2CheckOut New and Improved MaxMind Integration New Weebly Lite Entry Level Plan Google Invisible reCaptcha and more For more information, visit our dedicated WHMCS 7.6 Preview Site. You can send us your questions about Version 7.6 via Twitter using the hashtag #WHMCS76 or join the discussions in the Beta Discussion Forum. Remember, all direct license holders are eligible to receive a free development license for testing upgrades and new releases. Click here to learn more. Download | Release Notes | Upgrade Instructions | Changelog
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    Hello WHMCS, I came across a possible bug. Users that accepted a quote don't get an automated invoice related to the quote. Inside their email (Quote #6... Accepted) they get : There seems to be no invoice generation action. I'm running the latest stable release of WHMCS. Anyone else having this issue?
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    WHMCS enough with my website - nethost.vn. I'm only use WHMCS with customization, addons and modules (of course). Website use Vietnamese main language, English is secondary language. Give me your thinking, thanks. Visit: https://nethost.vn
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    Hi, There doesn't seem to be much info on troubleshooting piping emails to a file in DirectAdmin that I could locate. The most recent thread I could find was from 2013: https://forum.directadmin.com/archive/index.php/t-46830.html That seems to suggest trying the fill path to PHP: | /usr/local/bin/php -q /home/admin/domains/arvandweb.net/crons/pipe.php
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    I noticed the same thing. The registrations started about 2 weeks ago. The default captcha was enabled, but it seems that's no good enough to stop automated scripts. To try to help that, I've enabled Google reCaptcha. Now I'm waiting to see if it that will help.
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    Hello Ahmad, For a issue of this scale I think it'll be hard to trouble shoot without seeing it live and testing. I'd recommend creating a ticket with WHMCS support if you haven't already.
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    this could be a couple of things depending upon where you're seeing the monthly price. one checkbox you may want to look at is... Setup -> General Settings -> Ordering Tab -> untick "Monthly Pricing Breakdown"
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    After pressing the "Complete Order" button, it is taking a whopping 20 seconds for the "Please wait while you are redirected to the gateway you chose to make payment" notice page to load and about 30 seconds in total for customers to be redirected to the payment gateway. Obviously this is far too long and our customers to wait, and our drop-off rates during this wait are extreme. The rest of our website and WHMCS installation load and respond very quickly - it is just this final (crucial) step that is letting us down and causing us nightmares when we see the number of unpaid invoices and lost income every day. If we can't sort this out soon we will have to ditch WHMCS altogether. Each time we log a support request with WHMCS they assure us that it must be something wrong with our server. However, I have employed 3 very experienced Linux SysAdmins to look at the server and they all assure me that it is working exceptionally well, and we are not receiving any errors. We are running a Apache VPS with only this one website on it. The WHMCS installation was done by a WHMCS staff member. The server and website work great with other systems and our redirect time to payment gateways used to be lightning quick when not using WHMCS. The problem happens no matter which payment gateway we use. It is not a problem with our website coding as it also occurs on a the default WHMCS template page where we have not applied any code. It would be great if someone who knows the nuts-and-bolts of WHMCS can tell me exactly what is occurring within the system when some pushes the "Complete Order" button and give suggestions on how to fix this issue. Say, for instance, could it have something to do with the way the system automatically sends out emails when someone completes an order, and could this be slowing things down? I would love to hear from other people if they have had similar issues.
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    We also have painfully long wait after the "Complete Order" button is clicked, also no matter which shopping cart or payment gateway is used. Our WHMCS install is the only site running on a 16GB RAM dedicated server which runs smoothly except for this one issue, so the problem doesn't lie there. We're also seeing abandoned orders and duplicate orders because of the problem.
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    Hey, Does anyone know where i can go to get a logo design for my site? (thats not $100) lol
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    Is it possible to move an invoice from one account to another? We have a client who used to run a web-host business. They have now given that up, but rather than disappear, they have tried to minimise any impact on their former customers by creating separate accounts for themin WHMCS. The idea is they can move domains and services into those separate accounts and the customers can administer them on their own. What I can't see is how to move Invoice nnnnnn from Johns account into Janes account. Is this possible? Trevor
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    I point out issues that I feel are issues, and I'm entitled to an opinion as much as the next forum member or user of this product. Forum search is not broken, some members use of it is incorrect/flawed. WHMCS is not hard to use and edit, some users want it totally adapted for their needs without needing to learn how. I suppose I'm personally fed up with those that complain when something doesn't work precisely as they need it out of the box and instead of learning how to correct that complain that the software is faulty. Attitude is important, as is the willingness to learn. What I see a lot of lately is people getting into this business because they feel it's easy money, and then taking a very flippant attitude towards the running of that business. People's livelihoods are at stake, and when "hosts" aren't taking their role in it seriously, these people get hurt. That annoys me, and I some times write about it. Feel free not to read it.

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