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How to make WHMCS 5.0 Client Area menu tabs automatically open on hover?

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Edit whmcs.js in the default/js folder.



jQuery(".dropdown-toggle, a.menu").click(function(e) {


jQuery(".dropdown-toggle, a.menu").mouseover(function(e) {


That works until they login. For some reason clients who are logged in have to click on the menu items to get them to expand.

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Clear your template cache. The code doesn't change just because you are logged in!


Yea that was the first thing I did, and then scanned the code trying to find another call to the 'loggedin' menus but for the life of me couldn't see one. Will try again. Hmmm :roll:

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It has nothing to do with SSL. All you're doing is changing the event trigger from a click to mouseover. If you make that change, it will just work.


I don't think it's that simple. And I believe it has something to do with SSL.


If I go to the GENERAL tab in WHMCS and remove my SSL url from the part:




it works. As soon as I put the ssl url back in, it stops working. It works in non-SSL, and stops working in SSL.


Weird I know.:roll:

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I have just made this change.


I'd like to ask how you guys handle your custom file changes when it is time to upgrade? Do you have to keep your own changelog to keep up with your customizations?


I created a module that compares your files to the same version of WHMCS so you can make a list of what files were modified. I take that info and then compare the files to apply the changes to the new files in the latest version.

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This worked for me. I'm on V.8.6.

I added this to the header.tpl right before the </head> Got it from this article

    .dropdown:hover .dropdown-menu{
        display: block;
        margin-top: 0;
        var dropdownMenu = $(this).children(".dropdown-menu");


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