By WHMCS ChrisD
The WHMCS Forums were launched over 12 years ago and in that time have seen a number of iterations and updates.
Today, we’re excited to announce that we're getting ready to introduce the next incarnation of the WHMCS Community and with it, a brand-new look and feel, along with a whole host of new features and functionality - starting with in-line post reactions & a new reputation structure as well as a new question & answer format for certain forum categories.
Preparations are already well underway to migrate from the current forums to our new Community powered by the Invision Community Suite. The current community is home to a wealth of knowledge and information and we’ll be migrating all existing threads and posts as well as user accounts and private messages to the new WHMCS Community to ensure that none of this is lost.
I’m personally very excited about the opportunities our new platform unlocks. Over the coming months, we’ll be rolling out a range of new features and functionality in our community, taking inspiration from the responses we received earlier in the year about how we can improve your experience.
Stay tuned for updates in the coming weeks as we move nearer to the switch over, in the meantime, here’s a sneak preview of what’s to come.
The team and I are excited to bring our new community to you in September, and I will be posting more information on the changes in future posts.
This addon will 301 redirect to the correct Search Engine Friendly URL.
After changing some knowledgebase article's titles, I've noticed that articles can be accessed through old URI as well. Even worse, can be accessed using any URI as long as it has the ID inside the path. Announcements have the same behavior as well.
For example, all URLs below will show the same content:
This is a extremely negative for SEO as it produce duplicate content.
This addon will fix that by 301 redirecting to the correct Search Engine Friendly URL.
For More Details please visit our WHMCS Addons page.
Our Time Tracking Center For WHMCS has been bolstered up to help you ensure the highest efficiency of time and assets management in your company!
Among numerous new conveniences, version 1.3.0 introduces the ability to define the urgency level and set the extra hourly rate per each task. What is more, 'Start Counter' button has been implemented in a ticket system to let you supervise the time spent on responding and bill your clients for it accordingly!
Changelog - v1.3.0:
New Feature: Bill for time spent on solving tickets
New Feature: Define task urgency
New Feature: Define 'Extra Hourly Rate' per task
New Feature: Decide if prepaid hours should be reset each month
New Feature: Reset prepaid hours of recurring product each month
New Feature: Edit number of hours & incidents pre-purchased per client
New Feature: Edit billable items
New Feature: Define product to which 'Buy Additional Hours' is linked
Improvement: Minor tweaks
Bug Fix: Minor fixes
Find Out More About Time Tracking Center For WHMCS!
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See what's on the list of latest releases:
Hosting Renewals For WHMCS – v2.5.7
WWD GoDaddy Domains For WHMCS – v2.2.3
Bulk Orders Center For Magento – v1.2.0
Liquid Web Storm Servers For WHMCS – v1.1.3
DNS Manager For WHMCS – v.2.2.0
Proxmox VPS & Cloud For WHMCS – v2.1.0
DirectAdmin Extended For WHMCS – v2.0.0
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I am trying to localize the sidebar in By Month section on announcement page.
Currently it shows Feb 2016. I want to change that to 2016-02 to make it simple.
When I show the element for the site, the href="announcements.php?view=2016-02". I just want to show the menu to use exactly this numbers 2016-02.
I am using 6.2.2 WHMCS.
I tried put setlocale(LC_TIME, "ja-JP"); in configuration.php file, but it did not change.
Some suggested setlocale(LC_TIME, "ja-JP.utf-8");, but it did not affect to show in Japanese date format.
From admin, all of the general settings were done as follow:
system char-set: utf-8
date format: YYYY-MM-DD
Client Dateformat: same as above
I wasn't quite sure what this date format do the whole WHMCS.
Hook was suggested to be used. The example files did not show the title of the menu change by dateformat change.
I was able to change the date format for the announcements.tpl and viewannouncement.tpl since it has smarty codes section to change the date format as time stamp.
Any help would be appreciated.
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