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  1. Thanks for all your help @WHMCS Stephen. Sadly, I only managed to cause a Whoops! error by uploading the file! Ill have to keep playing around but my brilliance in this area is somewhat lacking!
  2. Thanks @WHMCS John! Appreciate your persistent and finding a workaround.
  3. Hi Community, We have some sidebars in WHMCS but I want to change the order of them. As you can see from the screenshot, Your Recent Tickets is above Support. How do I move Support to the top? I have had a look at the documentation from WHMCS and not quite sure I can find how to easily achieve this. Thanks in advance. Brad
  4. Hi All, I have also upgraded to the 7.10 and the Weebly Free plan seems to be having some issues. Does anyone have the issue when clicking the free plan (from the client portal) they are presented with a Whoops! error? Screenshot below. Thanks, Brad
  5. Thanks you Brian! Appreciated. Now, one more question if you don't mind! CSS related for Outlook rendering. Do you know what CSS you need to update to stop the text having no space at all with the border? Please see screenshot. Outlook is a pain for rendering!!
  6. Hi Team, How do I use smarty but within an email link? In essence, I want a pretty link but use the URL supplied by Smarty. However, when I create a link and insert the Smarty code, the recipient sees the link and it looks all broken. In essence, the below code does not work: <a href="{$ticket_link}">Ticket Link</a> Any ideas?
  7. Hi Team, I know this one should be basic (!) but I keep getting stuck on improving the email templates that go out. (Currently using the standard WHMCS CSS / Header / Footer). We want to use good fonts (i.e. Ubuntu) and get the BODY font to use them. Where do we add this google font and what CSS do we update within the template. We have been playing around but not getting much success. Thanks in advance.
  8. Hi Brian! No - this is incredibly helpful indeed! Exactly what we missed in terms of a user experience. Having to scroll down through so many domain names does impair visibility to what the customer is looking for. Pawel is a very responsive for bugs and feature suggestions. Ill raise this with him and see if he would consider this for an upcoming version. Thank you again!
  9. Hi Keith, When you say store section, is there a particular section you would like me to home in on? Thanks, Brad.
  10. Hi Community Members, 2020 looms and we are refitting our Website! Naturally, using a mixture of WordPress, WHMCS and various templates. It does not matter what we think so would love to get some honest opinions from the community to see where we can improve! The website is still evolving but any feedback at this early stage is both welcomed and appreciated. Please have a look at: https://www.sanechoice.com I look forward to hearing your views! Thanks, Brad
  11. Hi There! Welcome to the community! Thanks, Brad.
  12. Hi Dam, Welcome to the community! I am sure the community can help you with this sorts of questions so you have come to the right place! Look forward to connecting more - please reach out if you have any WHMCS questions. Regards, Brad.
  13. Great news Pawel! We have downloaded now and taking the new release through its paces!
  14. Thanks Guys. But still not joy. I used @WHMCS Peter's code and, again, the menu item disappears the minute I add this line: ->setIcon('fas fa-shopping-cart'); As soon as I remove that line, the LOGIN text menu appears again. Any ideas?
  15. Hi All, Been messing around with this for a while but it's not working. Time to as k the experts!! I have a hook that displays LOGIN only when people are logged out. However, I want to add a Font Awesome icon to the menu item. This is the current code: <?php use WHMCS\View\Menu\Item as MenuItem; add_hook('ClientAreaPrimaryNavbar', 1, function(MenuItem $primaryNavbar) { $client = Menu::context('client'); if (is_null($client)) { $primaryNavbar->addChild('Login') ->setUri('https://www.webssiteking.com/clientarea.php/') ->setOrder(70); } }); I tried adding the below but that just causes the menu item to disappear altogether! ->setIcon('fa-shopping-cart'); So, if I want to add an icon next to a menu created in a hook, how should one do this? Thanks in advance. Brad
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