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  1. EvolveWebHosting

    Sign in with Apple

    I may have to give this a try. Thanks!
  2. EvolveWebHosting

    v7.9.1 Removing Payment Methods

    In your configuration.php file, make sure you are using the same $cc_encryption_hash value that was used when the cards were entered into WHMCS.
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    overrides vs custom.css??

    Wish they'd just remove them and clean up the clutter!
  4. Basically, the new module is for one time purchases and the buttons only show up when there's a service in the cart that is one time. For us, in the hosting industry, one time purchases don't really ever happen. We disabled the new module and enabled the old one (Paypal Basic) and that's all we use.
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    overrides vs custom.css??

    I'm a little bit confused. Many of these files still ship with v7.9.2 https://github.com/WHMCS/templates-six/tree/master/css https://github.com/WHMCS/templates-six/tree/master/js What am I missing?
  6. I've received a fair quote for this and the task has been completed.
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    Authorize.net Upcoming SSL Change

    ACH / eCheck worked just fine today. Not sure if there's a difference from their side between ACH / eCheck and Credit Cards.
  8. That's all fine. I was not looking to beat anyone up on a price. I was simply trying to get a price without a lot of hassle.
  9. That looks good. I know a lot of people have requested this so it seems you'll do well with the sale of it.
  10. Personally, I think it's healthy business but that isn't how they want to approach it.
  11. None of you can give me a ballpark figure? The requirements are all explained in the first post.
  12. I'm curious what it would cost to get a hook created that prevents a customer from downgrading a hosting plan to one that doesn't meet their current quota. For example: Customer currently has a hosting plan that allows for 30GB of storage and they're using 25GB of it. The customer tries to downgrade to a plan that only allows for 10GB of storage. When this happens, they won't be able to submit the downgrade order because their current storage is over quota. WHMCS pointed me in this direction: Using the ClientAreaPageUpgrade action hook point, you could potentially execute some custom PHP code to examine the usage of the client's service , creating a custom smarty variable with a boleen value, and then use some conditional logic in the upgrade.tpl to display a message in place of the {foreach $upgradeProducts as $key => $product} section. For more developer information on Action Hooks, please refer to https://developers.whmcs.com/hooks/ Using v7.9.2 of WHMCS
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    Paypal Module

    Once I tried this on our upgraded, live site, it worke without any issues, in terms of linking the account and getting it setup.
  14. We made the decision to stick with the original paypal module. As WHMCS informed us: The cart summary will now only show the paypal buttons if there are no recurring products in the cart as these are one-time payment buttons. For recurring products we encourage users to create subscriptions which will be offered when the client clicks through to complete the order.
  15. Yeah that was the issue. Only a select few are part of this group.

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