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  1. Hello fellow WHMCS community members and friends, i’m trying to add a new table section on my WHMCS templates specifically for Payment Details so that I can specify and outline the payment details / policy. So far I’ve been successful in creating a tabled version on the template that allows me to show three seperate Collins with three different sets of text relevant that I need to show. now I’m trying to add the payment summary/and payment terms/refund terms, however I can’t get the table settings correct. I’m hoping someone can provide an example? I require this to be seperate at the bottom of the invoice and not displayed as a “note” as I want to be able to style this accordingly as well. I know I can use the “notes” section on the invoice, however as I’ve said and specified this is not what I’m wanting to achieve. looking toward to what others have to say and there respective examples. Thanks in advance, Kind regards, Nicholas Sansom Global Group CEO & Managing Director Executive Services Division | Global Group California United States, 1968 S. Coast Hwy, Suite 5949, Laguna Beach, California Brisbane Australia, The Garden, 9/204 Alice Street, Brisbane City, QLD 4000 Sydney Australia, 50 Clarence Street, Sydney, NSW 2000 E Nicholas.Sansom@MyGlobalSolutionsGroup.com W www.MyGlobalSolutionsGroup.com USA/CA +1 800 318 9529 Australia 1300 310 456 Int 07 3130 2240 D 07 3130 2285 M 0456 884 864
  2. Hey brian!, I am waiting on the developer to update me as even adding a numerical value to the field "CLIENTCODE" did not display anything I even tested this feature with a whole new account setup twice. I shall keep you updated and thanks for all your help.
  3. Hi @brian!, You can see it's like this: However the field appears empty.
  4. Correct, I see no output in where I would expect to see the Account Number display. According to the the module "addon" developer, it should be viable anywhere within WHMCS.
  5. Hi @brian! and @Kian, Thanks, both for your input, I get what you are both saying and Brian, I was just using a default hook template to test my functionality before doing anything like styling etc. I have tried the above code to make this work, however, I still seem to get to output of the Client Account Number. Am I doing something incorrectly here?
  6. Hi @Kian, Thanks for that, it's perfect and now displays: However, it does not display the actual account number. Any ideas? Just so you know it works from: https://infinitycds.co.za/whmcs-module2/whmcs-account-number/ Kindest Regards, Nicholas Tae-Soo Sansom – Company Executive Officer Root Layer Technologies, The Gardens, Unit 9A, 204 Alice Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000
  7. Hi WHMCS Community, I am trying to display a WHMCS Client Account Number using a hook, I have the basic code as below: <?php use WHMCS\View\Menu\Item; use Illuminate\Database\Capsule\Manager as Capsule; add_hook('ClientAreaHomepagePanels', 1, function (Item $homePagePanels) { $client = Menu::context( "client" ); $fieldid = Capsule::table('tblcustomfields')->where('fieldname', 'Account Number')->where('type', 'client')->value('id'); $fieldvalue = Capsule::table('tblcustomfieldsvalues')->where('fieldid', $fieldid)->where('relid', $client->id)->value('value'); $bodyhtml = '<p>Your Account Number is '{$client_code}'.</p>'; $examplePanel = $homePagePanels->addChild( 'Account Number', array( 'label' => Lang::trans('Account Number'), 'icon' => 'fa-example', 'extras' => array( 'color' => 'red', 'btn-link' => '#', 'btn-text' => Lang::trans('Account Number'), 'btn-icon' => 'fa-plus', ), 'bodyHtml' => $bodyhtml <p>{$client_code}</p> )); }); However, nothing displays in the client area. Any help with this would be appreciated. Kindest Regards, Nicholas Tae-Soo Sansom – Company Executive Officer Root Layer Technologies, The Gardens, Unit 9A, 204 Alice Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000
  8. @spartanza @Jade D, There is a WHMCS module from @zomexand WHMCS Themes that does this, WHMCS Themes is called "SEO Manager" and Zomex is a page template you pay for called "SEO Enhancer". I am using the module from WHMCS Themes and it's working great. I found this to be the easiest fix for handling SEO. All the best. Kindest Regards, Nick.
  9. @Dean - ITDept.net, Best to contact the WHMPress team, if you purchased over codcanyon and have an active support package, they will help you. I had something similar done. Hope it helps you out. Kindest Regards, Nick.
  10. @brian!, This is just what I have been looking for, please mention me when you post the tutorial, I'd be really grateful as well. Thanks for sharing! Kindest Regards, Nick.
  11. Hi @Paul49, Depending on the OS you are using for your server, if you have SSH (commandline access) or if you are using just shared cPanel hosting (with no commandline access) If you are using cPanel please see my attached image, these are the Permission settings that I use. If you are using a Linux based server: chmod 755 If you need additional help, please feel free to PM me. Kindest Regards, Nick.
  12. @WHMCS ChrisD, I have fixed the CRON issue. The cron was failing as it had been added twice odly enough. Can confirm that the hotfix is working. Kindest Regards, Nick.
  13. @ChristianB, Are you a cPanel/WHM reseller or are you running your own dedicated or VPS server? I configure all of my cPanel/WHM Servers like this;
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