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  1. Sorry I know this is not WHMCS core related but I thought maybe the main template uses the same js file to run the tables and someone might know the name of this font awesome icon that's missing or how to replace. If I knew what it was I could at least track it down that way. So far I can find where it is called from, what it is, or even how to remove it from showing it.
  2. Hello, I hope this is the correct community to post this in. SCENARIO The below is all explained in this documented article by WHMCS: Order_Form_Templates I have created a child order form of of the "modern" order form theme. I have created the theme.yaml file with the following contents as instructed: config: parent: modern I have created an empty style.css file inside my new child order form template. I then logged on to my WHMCS backend and navigated to Setup -> General Settings -> Ordering I selected the new child theme as the Default Order Form Template. PROBLEM Adding ANY css to override the parent styling is not taking effect. It keeps pulling the styles from the original parent style.css completely ignoring my custom css. If I use the browsers developer tools, I can't even see my style.css loading at all. If anyone can explain this I would appreciate it. Thanks Brett
  3. Hello WHMCS Community! I'm having a little challenge on a custom theme. I need to override some translations in a specific theme through the language file. This need is to be able to meet the need of the theme in changing words in the translation that help the user in the products that will be displayed in this theme, but this could not change the standard translation used in other WHMCS themes. Is it possible to create a translation file that is used only on a specific theme?
  4. I'm proud to announce the first PHP template for WHMCS. This template comes with all of the benefits of our HTML templates but also features with many benefits that I will highlight in this thread. Fusion is also available as a HTML & WHMCS template. We recommend that you compare all formats to see which one is best for you and your business. Save $10 using coupon code: buythirdgen during checkout! -- Learn More | View Demo | Order Now Unique features - Automatic WHMCS sync - We include a optional WHMCS integration template which can be selected during checkout. The integration is clean and best of all it automatically syncs with your PHP pages so changes to the header/footer/images/CSS are automatically updated throughout all PHP and WHMCS pages making your website quick to edit and consistent. We've also implemented a logged-in/out toolbar menu which syncs perfectly between the PHP and WHMCS pages, it's also editable in a single file for all pages. - Easy 1 file edits - These templates use PHP includes allowing you to update consistent parts of the template (such as the menu, footer, head etc) in one file. Changes made to the include files are automatically updated on all pages including WHMCS. - Animations - We've implemented clean but powerful animations throughout the template bringing focus to the most important areas of each page such as the plan tables & call-to-actions. - Sticky menu - A sticky menu has been highly requested by our customer's so we've implemented it on the main menu on all pages. The menu will now stick to the top of the browser allowing your visitors to easily navigate throughout your website. We've also added this feature to the steps bar on the cart pages allowing your visitors to easily follow the checkout process. General features - Responsive & fluid - This template is fully responsive and fluid so instead of responding at certain breakpoints (e.g the iPhone) it responds when the design needs to so it will support all modern devices including those that are currently un-released such as the new iPhone. - HTML5/CSS3 - This template is coded using the latest and greatest languages. The code is also clean and properly indented making it easy to edit - Pricing tables & feature boxes - It comes with custom pricing tables which support 1-6 columns and also feature boxes which support 1-6 boxes (can be customized easily to support a unlimited amount). - CSS mega menu - It also features a integrated fully CSS based (no Javascript) mega menu which also responds perfectly - Lots of HTML snippets - I've included multiple custom made elements including pricing tables, feature boxes, login boxes, data tables, buttons, feature grids & domain checker. All of these elements are responsive and integrate perfectly with the template out of the box. - Social integration - includes Facebook, Twitter & Google+ buttons - PSD files - it includes PSD files which are already the exact size as used in the template such as the logo, banners etc How does the integration work? The PHP template is used for your main pages and then the matching WHMCS template along with WHMCS itself is installed in a separate directory allowing you to support the functionality of the software while maintaining the look and feel of your main PHP pages. domain.com - your PHP pages (e.g domain.com/index.php, domain.com/web-hosting.php) domain.com/clients/ - WHMCS with the integrated template we have created With this setup you can promote your services/products using PHP pages so they are lightning fast and then link the order button(s) to the products which are created in WHMCS. So your visitor views your PHP page, clicks on the order button and they are taken to WHMCS to purchase while the design of WHMCS matches your main PHP template. The images/style/header/footer/menu contents comes from the PHP template so changes to these sync automatically between all of your PHP and WHMCS pages. Customization This template will require HTML experience to edit but with that experience it'll allow you to get setup quickly. All you'd need to do is customize the text, menu and pages to suit your needs. PHP experience isn't needed as PHP is used sparingly in the template and is easy to understand with HTML experience. Why TemplateGenie? 1) We're passionate - We have a great passion for the web hosting industry and making the best templates for your business. 2) We provide support based on our experience in the web hosting industry. 3) We listen to your feedback 4) We have a proven track record in providing WHMCS based services/products. 5) Our templates are constantly updated to keep up with the ever-evolving hosting industry. We look forward to hearing from you If you have any questions at all feel free to reply to this thread or contact our sales department at sales (at) templategenie com or contact me personally at jack (at) templategenie com Thank you for showing interest in our services and have a great day! Warm Regards Jack Curtis - CEO Templategenie.com Templategenie.com is a sister-website under the same ownership and management as Zomex.com, both are owned by Gold Fusion Ltd.
  5. I've cloned the new six theme and I now want to add some custom Javascript. I see there is whmcs.js added in the footer, but I don't want to add custom code here as it will get overwritten with updates. Is there an accepted method of adding your own Javascript? I was thinking of just adding a custom.js, storing it alongside the other JS files and linking to it from footer.tpl. Thanks
  6. Is it: paper_lantern or paper lantern This is in the module settings under products.
  7. I have been looking into consolidation several sections of WHMCS into a single page so that my customers don't have to click through so many pages in order to do simple things like access cPanel for their hosting services, or to view all domains on their account. The problem I found is that one cannot simply merge the tpl files for these sections as the smarty variables are not defined for those pages --- Example: If you combine `clientareahome.tpl` with `clientareadomains.tpl`, you will not get a list of the domains on the account on the `clientareahome.tpl` page. Instead, you will get errors. I dug a bit deeper, and I could not find anywhere to force the variables to load the appropriate information for these pages --- most likely because the files that control the flow of this data seem to be all IonCube encoded. I am seeking assistance with this as I (and my customers), have found WHMCS client area to be unnecessarily excessive on the amount of clicking necessary in order to reach common information. This makes the 2 clicks from my home page seem horrendous when you count the 4 clicks to get to cPanel for a particular hosting package (Login, View, View Details, Login to cPanel). I am just using the cPanel button as an example of distance from user entry to action. This applies to other things such as Domains, SSL control, Profile editing, and so on, which could be consolidated more efficiently. I have sought out third party assistance from 'theme integrators', however they only migrate the header/footer html, and do nothing with the actual content itself. I have restyled everything using Bootstrap3, and modern components (if I could hack the tables, I would use a jQuery sortable table rather than the one that requires a page reload on every sort change -- which supports filtering as well). Any assistance in this would be fantastic -- or if the only way is to have the source for the 'clientarea.php' file, instructions on how one may obtain a source license would be great.... even if it is just the client area sources. I can put up with the nuances in the administration area, so I am really just concerned about UX/UI for the user area.
  8. Today we have a major new release for 2014. Its our second this year, and its a big one. You may have noticed we have had a new theme on our site for a few days now, and now we have it ready for you guys and girls to take advantage of it. The new NHP 2014 Theme is available for purchase and it has some amazing new features. We arent going to go through all of them here as we have a dedicated product page for you to view here: NHP 2014 Theme. Some of the key features include: Less Css development Optimised for SEO Customisable theme settings, including primary color usage Twitter Bootstrap CSS Framework Rewritten templates from scratch Built in Lightbox script Built in Cart templates Template overrides folder Why not take a look at the full theme features here: NHP 2014 Theme.
  9. J666GAK

    Admin Login

    Hello I have recently installed the NHP2014 Theme It may be coincidence, but not I am unable to login to my admin account. I am prompted for my credentials which I enter, and am then presented with a blank page at URL ../admin/dologin.php I don't know what to try? Please help if you can
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