Jump to content


Senior Member
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


twhiting9275 last won the day on March 9 2018

twhiting9275 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

44 Excellent

About twhiting9275

  • Rank
    Just Me

Recent Profile Visitors

6183 profile views
  1. Given that we know this will be the next major update, it might be a good idea to know , at least a theoretical, time frame. Are we looking at 6 months? A year? Can we get at least a proximity? As a developer, I know it's impossible to time these things perfectly, but, also, as a developer (specifically with WHMCS mods lately), it would help immensely, especially since you mentioned you'll be playing with things that can cause problems (a-la guzzle, etc) with other things 🙂
  2. Whomever is responsible for modifying community emails and whatnot (those sent out re: reminders for threads, and the like) might want to take a look at the templates Links from those emails direct to https://staging.whmcs.community/thread , instead of https://whmcs.community/thread The two appear to be the same (at least thread content wise), but SSL errors pop up, as expected.
  3. Is this possible? Yes. Is this going to be distributed for free? Likely not so much. Why? This is much more than should be required, or asked of a free addon. This hook is damn near 4 years old now , and has been modified quite a bit over those four years to keep up with WHMCS and changes. As far as custom additions go? Well, again, this is a free hook. I will say that what you've asked for is being put into an update for a commercial module that I've put together. Can't say when, and it certainly won't be part of this (freely distributed), because, this is too much to ask from a simple (free) hook. It sounds like you need to either play around with the hook yourself, or find someone to convert it into a module for you 🙂 . Relying on community to support your custom addons constantly, not really the way to go. The dev documentation , while lacking in a lot of ways, is there to help you get started with what you've asked. Play around in there a bit.
  4. It may be, but that's not what the error said was going on :)
  5. The error is pretty self explanatory. There is no such column 'productname' in the tblhosting table. You'll have to get what you're after another way. Don't add things to the WHMCS specific tables, this is just bad, bad, bad, and will cause problems. Instead, you want to create your own tables and do things that way.
  6. It's possible to add location, with the geoip module installed. You'll need to do quite a bit of legwork to get this updated though Take a look at the geoip examples on the PHP website and go from there.
  7. Yeah, that was likely just a goof on Brian's part. Primaryid isn't used in this hook, userid is
  8. If you're not seeing a hostname in the email, then there's not likely to be one in there. Put the ip that is given in the email here . This will likely return the IP back, instead of the hostname. That's something the provider needs to setup
  9. changing $results = localAPI($command, $values, $adminuser); to $results = localAPI($command, $values); will do the trick too. I mean, that's the easiest hack to do it. No longer need that adminuser for localAPI
  10. Why make more work for your customers though? Seriously? This is the point of custom.css , to have that one file that's designed for the customer alone. In other words, as the OP posted please stop overwriting it! A 'feature request' really shouldn't be needed for this, that's just ridiculous
  11. Also , keep in mind that this is really not that advisable. Keep the domain due date earlier than expiration date, in order to ensure that there are no issues with renewing domains (ie: client pays late).
  12. This would be correct. Truth be told (and this, of course, is just my opinion), I don't see leaving those privs in being an option. Triggers? Maybe, but that can be disabled server wide, at least last time I checked it could?
  13. You would be correct My guess would be they'll move to Laravel v6.... Of course, this would be 100% speculation, rumor, conjecture and all that, but I'd say it's a fairly safe bet, given the fact that we (likely) won't see 8 till next year at the very, very earliest (beta/alpha phase). This would give them plenty of time to start whatever upgrade process is needed Again, just a speculation 🙂
  14. There are a few good ones out there. In fact, the best of the best isn't even close to that expensive. It runs $15, is responsive (IIRC), and the dev is absolutely on top of updates. They need to just leave themes to outside developers, really. LOL.... Think again 😉 They are working on the ones they want to work on, denying the other ones exist, or simply just not addressing them... So they're not working on ALL the issues, but being picky about the ones they choose to address.
  15. As Chris mentioned, this isn't going to be possible by default with WHMCS I'm sure it is possible to arrange for this to be done, but it'd take a good deal of investigation and programming to get it that way.
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use & Guidelines and understand your posts will initially be pre-moderated