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  1. Dear all, I am facing two problems at the moment and it would be great if someone could help me with it. 1. Remove decimals from VAT values When we add a tax rate, it automatically shows 2 decimals such as 5.00% Is there an easy way to remove the decimals and only show 5%? 2. Display a different title when VAT is enabled or disabled We need to display TAX INVOICE in the invoice title when VAT is enabled for a specific user. When VAT doesn't apply, it can simply display Invoice as it is now. I got the following code from support but there is a variable missing and I hope someone can help me to complete it: {if !$taxname} <h3>{$pagetitle}</h3> {else} <h3>Tax Invoice</h3> {/if} Thank you all in advance.
  2. 2Checkout is an amazing payment gateway, at least for us that do not live in the US or Europe and need to get an alternative payment gateway. We have been working with 2Checkout for 6+ years and we love them. However, WHMCS still uses the very old fashion way to redirect clients to 2Checkout's website to process the payment. This method has been used for years. It is old fashioned and not attractive at all. 2Checkout has a new Inline Checkout system (similar to Stripe and recently added to CCAvenue) but it is not implemented in WHMCS: https://www.2checkout.com/shopping-cart/whmcs The feature request is out there for 4+ years: https://requests.whmcs.com/topic/2checkouts-new-inline-checkout-experience-direct-checkout but no steps have been taken to move this forward to another level. The documentation is here to help: https://www.2checkout.com/documentation/checkout/inline-checkout Any idea if this will be implemented, ever?
  3. Yeap, it worked Thanks brian! Just in case someone needs the full code ready, here it is: https://gist.github.com/sitesme/fcd65e214e0eccc88fe160b52c8a3f8e
  4. Just tried the conditional version, worked perfectly fine The only thing missing is the link that it is still active on the "Available Credit" box but it is not a big problem for me. It is ok as it is. Thank you for all your help and extremely fast prompt.
  5. Superb, it worked Now, my store does not allow customers to Add Funds but the button to add funds is visible. Is it possible to remove the button and just display the existing credit (i.e. from refunds or manually added by us)? A php condition would be great, in case we enable the add funds in the future. Thank you once again.
  6. This is great, really! Thank you for adding it. However there is a problem on my installation where the "Actions" block are not aligned with the other blocks on the left side. Instead, it goes to the contents area. This happens for example when we open the EPP code page, but not all pages. Please see the screenshot: http://dns.d.pr/opM4Ex/ao4i5Lg9 Is there a way to fix this? Thank you
  7. Superb, I was looking exactly for this. Thank you for your efforts
  8. Better looking PDF Invoices

    Hi, The PDF invoices are very tired and I can not keep sending those old fashion documents to our clients. I was looking for some miraculous addons and, surprisingly, I found three! I was wondering if anyone have tried any of the following softwares since they do not have a demo to test. Only some screenshots which, as per my experience with other addons, can be very misleading. CleanPDF from CMSbased: https://cmsbased.net/whmcs-addons/cleanpdf/ ZintaPDF: https://codecanyon.net/item/zintapdf-invoices-quotes-templates-for-whmcs/11722723 Zumada: https://www.whmcsthemes.com/whmcs-addons/responsive-invoices/ They are all priced at $29 - $30 so, pricing is not a major factor here. I am more worried about how easy is to edit the PDF templates and how nicely they are generated and can open either on mobile or desktop screens. I kind of like ZintaPDF's editor (at least from the screenshot), but I prefer the look of CleanPDF in a much better way. No idea about Zumada, as they do not seem to show the backoffice area. If anyone tried any of these products let me know your thoughts. Cheers!
  9. Works as a charm for us for the last 6 months or so.
  10. Unfortunately I find no alternatives to track Expenses and it seems that EasyWHMCS products are very poor in terms of quality and very, very limited. If anyone knows a better expense system please share here. For the time being we are using an external expense tracking system.
  11. Thank you for the clarifications brian! I guess I prefer to stick with the changes directly in the style.css for the time being as I find it easier for now. Thank you for your help so far.
  12. Hmmm, I am certainly doing something wrong... I installed the original style.css under pure_comparison folder and then made the changes under six/css/custom.css - is this what I was supposed to do? The changes I made under custom.css are all related to pure_comparison only but it doesn't seem to work. Any guidance please? Thank you again.
  13. Thank you brian! It worked perfectly. As for your recommendation to update the code on custom.css - does it mean that the code under custom.css will override whatever is on style.css? At this moment I decided to copy the whole theme folder (six), rename it and make the changes on it. Does it still make sense to add changes on custom.css if I am using a custom theme? Thank you
  14. Hi, We are trying to make some changes on the Pure Comparison order form template and so far so good, it is looking with the colors we want: http://dns.d.pr/1e97x/185AEDgC However, we would like to add 5 or 6 columns (not only 4) per row but not sure how to do this. Could someone please point us out to the right code that needs to be changed either on CSS or anywhere else? Many thanks.
  15. I am also looking for an easy way to import just the Support Tickets from Clientexec 5.X to WHMCS 6.X but no luck so far. It doesn't seem to be possible. Nobody seems interested to create such import plugin.

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