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  1. Might be hard to do, but you could try and convert all your data in Excel to SQL in the format that WHMCS uses. Alternatively, you could code something to use the WHMCS API.
  2. It seems that Nginx isn't sending the request to the whois.php file.
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    QBO -> WHMCS Sync Module

    Are you referring to the ModulesGarden one? (https://www.modulesgarden.com/products/whmcs/quickbooks-online)
  4. Hello everyone. I've been heavily theming my instance of WHMCS but I've run into an issue while trying to retheme confproducts.tpl as the summary card is entirely handled by JS. The JS file posts the selected inputs and gets a preformatted reply with all the classes to fit the default WHMCS theme and just replaces a div with a specific ID in the summary tab with that, although I want to modify the design of that. Here's the response from the POST request. https://file.properties/host/raw/SlgrOiYz.png <span class="product-name">Game Test</span> <span class="product-group">Minecraft Baseline</span> <div class="clearfix"> <span class="pull-left">Game Test</span> <span class="pull-right">$2.00 USD</span> </div> <div class="summary-totals"> <div class="clearfix"> <span class="pull-left">Setup Fees:</span> <span class="pull-right">$1.00 USD</span> </div> <div class="clearfix"> <span class="pull-left">Monthly:</span> <span class="pull-right">$2.00 USD</span> </div> </div> <div class="total-due-today"> <span class="amt">$1.52 USD</span> <span>Total Due Today</span> </div> This is what we would like it to look like. https://file.properties/host/raw/LtUyWTxb.png <div class="summary-container" id="producttotal"> <span class="product-group">Game Test</span><br> <span class="product-name">Minecraft Baseline</span> <div class="d-flex justify-content-between mb-3"> <div> <small> Game Test<br> Setup Fees:<br> Monthly:</small> </div> <div class="text-right"> <small> $2.00 USD<br> $1.00 USD<br> $2.00 USD </small> </div> </div> </div> I've taken a look into the hooks but can't seem to find one that might be able to help. If anyone has any suggestions on how I could go about modifying the output, I would be very grateful.
  5. Heya everyone, I'm currently working on cleaning up the URL structure to be a lot more SEO friendly (clientarea.php?action=services to /client/services). One issue I've come across is that I can't seem to find how I would go about changing the URL structure of generated URLs for things such as the recent tickets list within the client area home. For example, I need to change the links for the highlighted part in the following image from /viewticket.php?tid=441355&c=fOjtLlGW to /ticket/441355/fOjtLlGW. If someone could point me in the direction on how I could change URLs that WHMCS uses for the internally generated stuff, I'd greatly appreciate it.
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    Wish List for WHMCS v8

    I can agree that there are certain parts of WHMCS which are not appealing. I also agree that SEO friendliness in WHMCS is rather awful in terms that the only changed URLs are the announcement URLs, knowledgebase URLs and then a tiny amount of market connect URLs. I think WHMCS could have done a far better job at them and I sure hope that they do for WHMCS v8. I've gone out and made a whole list of what the URLs should be when "full SEO friendly URLs" is enabled. Added with @Kian's feedback, I feel like SEO friendliness in WHMCS would be far better increased which is important, especially for an online store. https://file.properties/paste/enukocicem To end my feedback, I finally think that WHMCS should be using a far better admin design out of the box. It's upsetting that V4 is flatter and follows newer design looks than Blend. A complete neatened redesign to be flat and modern is also something that I think should be done and maybe looking into stuff such as Vue, etc.
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