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  1. We are looking for a developer who can create us a custom registration flow. We primarily use the WHMCS help desk for our business. We'd like to have the submit a ticket form first and then directly after that go into an account registration form. Then have the ticket linked to the account. This needs to be able to work outside of the WHMCS install.
  2. Has anyone added a Facebook Pixel into the * to attempt to make a custom audience based on the referrals? Does it break it?
  3. We are currently using the MailChimp eCommerce integration with WHMCS. We have hundreds of clients sign up for accounts and never purchase. This is because we use WHMCS more as a platform. We'd like to add the newsletter sign up form to the registration page. How would we go about doing this utilizing the existing mailchimp integration?
  4. We are looking for a WHMCS developer to wrote custom modules, hooks and make template modifications on an ongoing basis. We prefer: - Someone in the U.S. - 5+ Years of WHMCS Experience - Experience with Creating Modules - Must be Expert on WHMCS Template system - Quick Turnarounds We are willing to pay top rates for this ongoing expertise.
  5. We have been using Modules Garden for our custom development over the past several years. The last six months their support has been abysmal and we will not be using them moving forward. They have left us with zero communication for two weeks now. When reaching out to Konrad their CEO in the past, we were pretty much told when you want to build a bigger system on Antares, we will start caring about your business. Why would I do a bigger project with you, if I can't get the small modules properly supported? We need someone who is U.S. based, who can support our install, build custom modules when we need them and overall support any bugs that may come up. We usually spend $3k - 5k per year on WHMCS work. If we could get support, we'd likely spend more. We have other things we want to do with it. They've just been kept from happening because of lack of communication by the current developers. We are easy to work with and always pay on time, if your stuff works. That is all we ask for.
  6. Welcome to WHMCS.Community TaskHusky! We're glad you're here please take some time to familiarise yourself with the Community Rules & Guidelines and take a moment to introduce yourself to other WHMCS.Community members in the Introduce Yourself Board.

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