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Hello,

 

I just got the integration done from the WHMCS integration team and I must say it was flawless. But I am facing a problem where I initially created a page for whmcs on my website called Client Portal.

 

How do I get http://www.turndot.com/whmcs'>http://www.turndot.com/whmcs to be http://www.turndot.com/clientportal'>http://www.turndot.com/clientportal?'>http://www.turndot.com/clientportal'>http://www.turndot.com/clientportal? I am not able to find a page called whmcs under wordpress and when I change the permalink on http://www.turndot.com/clientportal'>http://www.turndot.com/clientportal to http://www.turndot.com/whmcs'>http://www.turndot.com/whmcs to redirect it, its not working.

 

Sorry, but I am a complete newbie. I'd appreciate if you give me a step by step procedure or else I will be lost.

 

 

Another issue is that I would like to change the color of the shopping cart to match my theme? Is that possible?

 

TIA

Regards,

Anish

http://www.turndot.com

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I got my license from my host, would that make a difference?

 

After I rename the /whmcs what should I be doing next?

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Hello,

 

You'll have to contact your hosting provider to change your license, however assumably, after you change ./whmcs to ./clientportal - you would be done.

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Ok, I will contact my provider. I am a little lost with the renaming part. It is a wordpress based website and client portal is one of the pages i have created. Do I move the entire whmcs folder under wp-content or something?

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Hello,

 

Do you want WHMCS to act as your client portal? Or do you want to maintain a completely separate page under WordPress called, "clientportal"? Unfortunately you can't merge the two installations simply by moving them into subfolders of a different piece of software.

 

If you want WHMCS to act as your client portal, you'll want to remove the WordPress client portal page, and rename /whmcs to /clientportal.

 

Alternatively, there are third party plugins called "WHMCS Bridge" that can help you blend the two a bit. However there still will be a definitive separation between WHMCS & WordPress http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/whmcs-bridge/

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If you want WHMCS to act as your client portal, you'll want to remove the WordPress client portal page, and rename /whmcs to /clientportal.

 

 

Answered above.

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