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  1. All my clients are not able to login to the client area (clientarea.php) even reset a new password. Error message: Login Details Incorrect. Please try again. Please help. Thanks
  2. I want to define the position of the displayed blocks on the client area homepage. I want to use two columns, where I want to define what blocks are displayed inside these columns. By default to code is displayed using foreach, so I can not easily define the position of the blocks. Is there a way that I can check the menuItemName of some items with foreach and only display them? My currenty code is, which checks if the item is even or odd: {foreach $panels as $item} {if $item@iteration is odd} {outputHomePanels} {/if} {/foreach} I want to edit this, so that not the even or odd are displayed. But that I can define what item is displayed, based on the name of the item. Entire code: {function name=outputHomePanels} <div menuItemName="{$item->getName()}" class="panel panel-default panel-accent-{$item->getExtra('color')}{if $item->getClass()} {$item->getClass()}{/if} {$item->getName()}"{if $item->getAttribute('id')} id="{$item->getAttribute('id')}"{/if}> <div class="panel-heading"> <h3 class="panel-title"> {if $item->getExtra('btn-link') && $item->getExtra('btn-text')} <div class="pull-right"> <a href="{$item->getExtra('btn-link')}" class="more-link"> {$item->getExtra('btn-text')} </a> </div> {/if} <div class="clientarea-icon {$item->getName()}"> {if $item->hasIcon()}<i class="{$item->getIcon()}"></i>{/if} </div> <div class="clientarea-title"> {$item->getLabel()} </div> {if $item->hasBadge()}<span class="badge">{$item->getBadge()}</span>{/if} </h3> </div> {if $item->hasBodyHtml()} <div class="panel-body"> {$item->getBodyHtml()} </div> {/if} {if $item->hasChildren()} <div class="list-group{if $item->getChildrenAttribute('class')} {$item->getChildrenAttribute('class')}{/if}"> {foreach $item->getChildren() as $childItem} {if $childItem->getUri()} <a menuItemName="{$childItem->getName()}" href="{$childItem->getUri()}" class="list-group-item{if $childItem->getClass()} {$childItem->getClass()}{/if}{if $childItem->isCurrent()} active{/if}"{if $childItem->getAttribute('dataToggleTab')} data-toggle="tab"{/if}{if $childItem->getAttribute('target')} target="{$childItem->getAttribute('target')}"{/if} id="{$childItem->getId()}"> <div class="clientarea-icon {$childItem->getLabel()|stristr:'<' : true}"> <i class="icon-clientarea-product"></i> </div> <div class="clientarea-title"> {assign var="splitItem" value=" - "|explode:$childItem->getLabel()} {$splitItem[1]} </div> {if $childItem->hasBadge()} <span class="badge">{$childItem->getBadge()}</span>{/if} </a> {else} <div menuItemName="{$childItem->getName()}" class="list-group-item{if $childItem->getClass()} {$childItem->getClass()}{/if}" id="{$childItem->getId()}"> {if $childItem->hasIcon()}<i class="{$childItem->getIcon()}"></i> {/if} {$childItem->getLabel()} {if $childItem->hasBadge()} <span class="badge">{$childItem->getBadge()}</span>{/if} </div> {/if} {/foreach} </div> {/if} </div> {/function}
  3. Considering all of my clients use one hosting cpanel, I would like to put the cpanel quick links on the clientareahome.tpl so that they have access immediately after logging into my site. How can I call the overview.tpl to be used in the clientareahome.tpl? and because the links use the service.id to login to the cpanel, how can I call the correct {id} for the overview.tpl? At the moment, I've just coppied the code from the overview.tpl and pasted it into the clientareahome.tpl, so the quicklinks are showing up but I'm having trouble getting the {id} smarty to work.

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