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Are you able to tell me where the 2 sites (WHMCS and Wordpress) are located?

 

The ../ at the front is just what mine has (the head.php is located one directory above my WHMCS)

 

Sounds like it can't find the file, so it spits out a blank page which is normal for the WHMCS system.

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Are you able to tell me where the 2 sites (WHMCS and Wordpress) are located?

 

The ../ at the front is just what mine has (the head.php is located one directory above my WHMCS)

 

Sounds like it can't find the file, so it spits out a blank page which is normal for the WHMCS system.

 

Certainly robbo.

public_html/wp-content/themes/hosting/header.php --is where my header is located

public_html/clients/templates/portal/header.tpl --is the header for my whmcs

 

I'm also noticing, my wordpress displays just fine on my index page, but when trying to access the header this way: Here I am noticing I get an error..Would this make any difference? The header displays absolutely fine on my site, so I wouldn't think it would make a difference..

 

Thanks for your help robbo!

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It looks like that could be causing the error.

Possibly try, {php}include ('/home/user/public_html/wp-content/themes/hosting/header.php');{/php}

 

Replace /home/user with your full address. This will rule out it not finding the file. If it doesn't work, you might just have to copy the source code and paste into the header.tpl

 

Good luck.

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Yes you would, as there will be certain styles in the main page which aren't in the WHMCS template styles.

 

Thanks bud, still didn't work so i'm not exactly sure what I am gonna do. the furthest i've gotten was the original way, which gave me a white screen and all that shows up is the code upto the first bloginfo which is:

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="

 

I am thinking it must be because of the error I am getting in my header.php..It's really weird that the error shows up even though the header displays perfectly fine on my main page..

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Not a coder, just an idea from my own design troubles...

 

Copy the contents of your header file into another file local to your WHMCS directory, change the include calls in the new file you created, and use {literal} {/literal} tags at the start and end of that file?

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@mycommon No, Literal tags are used for java script.

 

Literal tags are used for anything you want to escape from normal smarty markup. Specifically { and } characters. If you anticipate having any of them in normal text or code, you either need to wrap {literal} tags around it, or replace them with {ldelim} and {rdelim}

 

Its not only for javascript, but thats commonly where you will see it.

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