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  1. Just started getting a 403 Forbidden Error when trying to post an Announcement. This worked the last time an Announcement was posted on 2021/03/21 01:51 Only changes to the server have been normal updates via dnf (Yes, we run CentOS 8 servers) No other noticed problems using the admin panel. Any ideas?
  2. Not using PHP 8. I should have used separate line to make it less confusing. -- CentOS Stream 8 WHMCS 8.1.3 PHP 7.4.16 Apache 2.4.46 -- It was a weird problem. 2 orders, and a test order did it. Removed the automation to activate after payment, to hold because I didn't want any cross account problems, and it seems to be OK for now. Does anyone know if there is an option to run a database check & fix on WHMCS?
  3. Well, just tried it again and do dupe. Go figure.
  4. Using WHMCS 8.1.3, PHP 7.4.16 now on CentOS Stream 8 When an order comes in, and I click on Pending Orders, it shows the previous along with the new current order. The installation does have FraudLabs Pro installed. Seems like WHMCS isn't closing out the previous order completely, but when I approve the order, and then look at it, all is fine. Any way to run a check & fix on the database?
  5. Thank You very much for your help. Just uploaded and is working. 🙂
  6. Tried the below, and had placed in /includes/hooks But didn't work either. <?php add_hook('Primary_Navbar-Home', 1, function (MenuItem $primaryNavbar) { $navItem = $primaryNavbar->getChild('Home'); if (is_null($navItem)) { return; } $navItem->setUri('https://starbursthosting.com'); });
  7. Thanks Brian, How would I do it just or non-clients, like you mentioned in the last paragraph?
  8. Tried that. 😕 Domain is set to https://starbursthosting.com WHMCS System URL is set to https://portal.starbursthosting.com But Home still takes you to https://portal.starbursthosting.com/index.php
  9. I moved my installation to a sub-directory with it own sub-name now. I need to change the "Home" URL from the default /index.php to https://starbursthsoting.com Looked at: https://developers.whmcs.com/themes/navigation/ But am confused, on what to call the file and where to save it. If someone could double check, I think I have it correct below: <?php use WHMCS\View\Menu\Item as MenuItem; add_hook('ClientAreaPrimaryNavbar', 1, function (MenuItem $primaryNavbar) { $navItem = $primaryNavbar->getChild('Home'); if (is_null($navItem)) { return; } $navItem->setUri('https://starbursthosting.com'); });
  10. The email database backups stopped working after upgrading from 7.10.2 to 8.0.0 It still shows active, and other system emails are received. Any else run into this problem?
  11. Thanks @brian! Used the 2nd method, and it was quick & simple and got done what I needed. 🙂
  12. I apologize if this has been asked/answered before. I looked over the docs, and see using hook where I can add/remove menu items. But what I'm trying to do is actually just rename Store dropdown to Services. If anyone can point me in the right direction I would appreciate it.
  13. We are Starburst Hosting. Have been using WHMCS for about a year now, and are looking forward to version 8.0 coming official. Our servers run CWP and CentOS 8 (1 left to migrate as of this post) and WHMCS. So if you have nay questions wit those, let us know, we might be able to help.
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