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Hellow everyone, 1. Currently I want to add a button to reset the client's cPanel in the "action" hook. As I want, when I click on it, a confirmation button will appear, just click on "confirm", the system will automatically run the module "terminate account" then run the module "create account" with the domain name first. there, user and password unlock. 2. I'd like to find a module or a way for customers to manually change the primary domain name within WHMCS. But I couldn't find it. Can anyone share it with me? I have no money. Hope everybody help please 3. I see there are some websites that can let customers restart cPanel account (but not the whole server) I still can't understand the principle of it. Does anyone know how to integrate it into WHMCS? Or if anyone knows the reason why, they can share so everyone can learn. In short, the above modules and utilities I have not seen anyone ask about them. If anyone can make a module, they can use this idea to code more modules 🙂 But remember to share it with me. I don't have the money so I can't do it, and I'm not a developer so I can't. Please don't scold me. Thank you for everything
I am trying to add field of Configurable Option Groups but i cann't add more than 72 field (https://i.postimg.cc/t4C7XCGq/screenshot-8.png), how to increase this field ? i need more than 100 field option ! Thanks
board changes Introducing Q&A Boards
WHMCS ChrisD posted a topic in WHMCS.Community Tips & TricksQuestions & Answer Boards are an exciting new addition to the new WHMCS.Community. Q&A boards function much the same as regular boards but they have the added ability to up or down-vote answers, as well as mark one answer as the best answer and solution to the original question. Initially, we're trialling this new style with the Pre-Sales Questions, Admin & Configuration Questions and the Developer Corner boards. We'll be looking to see how these work for the community and potentially expand this format into other boards in the future. Let us know what you think in the new community feedback board.