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  1. inteldigital

    .uk Inbound Domain Transfers

    No, I agree. I'm sure it could be implemented into WHMCS, but it would never be implemented by WHMCS themselves, I wouldn't think! You may want to have it custom coded. There's a couple of people on this community that do such things, although one would need experience with EPP, I imagine!
  2. inteldigital

    .uk Inbound Domain Transfers

    Interesting. How would you propose this would be implemented? Assuming you'd have to have access to EPP for a start, but then if you're renewing domains through Nominet you'd have to be a member anyway (unless of course you like being financially raped for £80 per domain). But I think this is more of a custom feature, since it's pretty much focusing on the use of Nominet to run through the list of domains in your account with them and list them inside WHMCS. Or am I misunderstanding? When you have automatic handshake acceptance turned on inside your TAG, you get notified by Automaton every time you have an incoming domain anyway, so unless you're having thousands of these come in every day (which is absolutely possible) you will always know what is happening. You could even code some sort of feature that integrates with your emails to log information from Automaton emails, extract the information from them and list them somewhere you can read them in a formatted sense (an google sheet for example).
  3. inteldigital

    .uk Inbound Domain Transfers

    What would be the use case of such a feature? The domains in your WHMCS would all be on your TAG, assuming? Otherwise how are you supposed to control the renewals?
  4. Hi, Whenever I create an invoice for a client manually, the number is in the 2000's (i've set it to increase 25 per created invoice). Whenever a payment is processed for the invoice, the email that is sent out to the client, the "payment receipt", states a different number? For example, I just processed an order for an invoice. The number was 2534, the client paid and I added the payment to clear the invoice balance, the client was sent an email payment receipt for invoice 62? Admin: Just realised I've posted this in the completely wrong section, please move as appropriate.
  5. inteldigital

    PA-DSS Compliance

    Hi, I'm currently processing payments through WHMCS through the Stripe module. Stripe have asked me to verify my PCI-DSS compliance and now I have to fill out an SAQ A-EP 🙂 My question is, have I royally messed up by assuming WHMCS is PA-DSS compliant, or is there a way round this? I know Stripe is PA-DSS compliant but WHMCS doesn't appear to be listed.
  6. Hi, I'm having a really annoying issue (replicated on 2 different browsers). I recently manually added a client to WHMCS, now every time I go to edit a clients profile for example to change their email address or some sort of data, the existing data (Name, Address etc.) is replaced by Javascript to the previously created clients details, so of course I can't then save the profile as all the information would be wrong! What is causing this and how can I remedy it?
  7. inteldigital

    Integrating Hotjar Tracking (JS) into the head of WHMCS

    Yep, give it some time (24 hours). I actually contacted Hotjar when the same thing happened to me, but they said they could see it working and after a day or so I could see it in my panel too.
  8. inteldigital

    Integrating Hotjar Tracking (JS) into the head of WHMCS

    {literal} <script> (function(h,o,t,j,a,r){ h.hj=h.hj||function(){(h.hj.q=h.hj.q||[]).push(arguments)}; h._hjSettings={hjid:11111,hjsv:6}; a=o.getElementsByTagName('head')[0]; r=o.createElement('script');r.async=1; r.src=t+h._hjSettings.hjid+j+h._hjSettings.hjsv; a.appendChild(r); })(window,document,'https://static.hotjar.com/c/hotjar-','.js?sv='); </script> {/literal} @onliner
  9. inteldigital

    Integrating Hotjar Tracking (JS) into the head of WHMCS

    I didn't use the hook. There was no need in the end, it just took a while for the code to be seen by Hotjar for some reason. Works just fine now! @onliner
  10. inteldigital

    Integrating Hotjar Tracking (JS) into the head of WHMCS

    Hi @brian! Thanks for this response. I managed to pop it into header.tpl and using literal tags it shows in the browser source, but does not get seen on the Hotjar dashboard (it's as if it doesn't exist). Why is this?
  11. Hi, How do I go about implementing Hotjar's javascript into WHMCS? I'm assuming I cannot just add it into the header.tpl of my theme (Hexa) as it breaks the theme. Here's the code: <!-- Hotjar Tracking Code for https://billing.inteldigital.co.uk --> <script> (function(h,o,t,j,a,r){ h.hj=h.hj||function(){(h.hj.q=h.hj.q||[]).push(arguments)}; h._hjSettings={hjid:,hjsv:}; a.appendChild(r); })(window,document,'https://static.hotjar.com/c/hotjar-','.js?sv='); </script> I've tried using {literal} too, which parses the theme, but it doesn't call the JS. Assuming this is what it's purpose is, so what's the solution?
  12. inteldigital

    how to make a subdomain hosting service

    Sounds good to me
  13. inteldigital

    Can you have a SolusVM KVM VPS root password sent in an email?

    Ok, but I think if some of the largest companies in the world send temp root passwords to email they know what they're doing. Since, you know. They're successful and all. But not really, no. Which is why we SSL and TLS and PGP, etc. etc.
  14. inteldigital

    how to make a subdomain hosting service

    Get's the job done, though?
  15. inteldigital

    Password Reset VIA API

    I did notice that in the documentation, but I figured they may have been some secret to getting it done. Surely the API is secure enough to send those kinds of emails? I mean, if anything, doing things through the API should be more secure than an physical user logging in and doing it, no?
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