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I would like to integrate whmcs with my wordpress site and theme. Does anyone know how to do that?

 

I have read some support articles that say it is possible by using the my sites header and footer in the whmcs template. However, these articles do not refer to wordpress specifically so I still don't know how to do it.

 

If you could help me with my question or walk me through another way of integrating the two websites then please let me know.

 

I have tried the WHMC Integration plugin from WPMUDEV but its not complete, all it does really is wrap the portal into frame on a wordpress page which is ok at first but does not deal with bridging users or the linking system for emails and support tickets from whmcs.

 

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BTW, this is my setup:

 

WHMCS is at portal.mydomain.com

Wordpress is at mydomain.com

 

I used a subdomain for the portal because before that I tried using WHMCS from mydomain.com/portal. But because both systems were using the same domain, cookies were getting mixed up and I had a lot of user login issues at both sites. Once I moved the portal from a sub-folder to a sub-domain, those cookie and login issues disappeared. Is this how you are setup?

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I would like to integrate whmcs with my wordpress site and theme. Does anyone know how to do that?

you may find it easier to use a specialist integration service rather than try it yourself - that's what i'd do anyway! :idea:

 

whmcsintegration.ca is the main one that i'm aware of (there will be others) - even WHMCS will do it for you if you pay them - http://www.whmcs.com/services/integration/ :)

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Thanks Brian but I'm looking for a technical answer. The service WHMCS offers is pretty vague and seems to just create a new static template based on the wp theme rather than actually using the active headers and footers from wp. I would like to do it myself or at least know how it is done so I can make changes when necessary.

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Thanks Brian but I'm looking for a technical answer.

that's fair enough - I just thought it worth mentioning a shortcut. :)

 

The service WHMCS offers is pretty vague and seems to just create a new static template based on the wp theme rather than actually using the active headers and footers from wp.

I wasn't necessarily suggesting you use WHMCS to do the integration, merely that they offer the service - i've made nearly 3,500 posts here and (i'm pretty sure) not once have I recommended anyone to use or buy WHMCS software or services... and it's a little too late in the day now to change that policy! :lol:

 

I would like to do it myself or at least know how it is done so I can make changes when necessary.

you mention that you've previously tried the WPMUDEV WHMCS Integration plugin, but have you tried WHMCS Bridge? I would assume that is the most popular method of linking WHMCS into a WordPress site.

 

https://wordpress.org/plugins/whmcs-bridge/

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I use wp in combination with whmcs.

For that i use bridgewp and and the addon for whmcs bridgehelper.

You can start with a free 30 day trial to test. after that you can buy pro if you'r satisfy.

Im happy with this one.

For more info:

i-plugins.com/whmcs-bridge/knowledgebase/1069/Installation-Instructions-for-WHMCS-Bridge-PRO.html/

 

Hope this help you further

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