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Sorry I know this is not WHMCS core related but I thought maybe the main template uses the same js file to run the tables and someone might know the name of this font awesome icon that's missing or how to replace. If I knew what it was I could at least track it down that way. So far I can find where it is called from, what it is, or even how to remove it from showing it.
I hope this is the correct community to post this in.
The below is all explained in this documented article by WHMCS: Order_Form_Templates
I have created a child order form of of the "modern" order form theme.
I have created the theme.yaml file with the following contents as instructed:
config: parent: modern I have created an empty style.css file inside my new child order form template.
I then logged on to my WHMCS backend and navigated to Setup -> General Settings -> Ordering
I selected the new child theme as the Default Order Form Template.
Adding ANY css to override the parent styling is not taking effect. It keeps pulling the styles from the original parent style.css completely ignoring my custom css.
If I use the browsers developer tools, I can't even see my style.css loading at all.
If anyone can explain this I would appreciate it.
Hello everyone, Hope you guys doing good.
I came up with something new or maybe old . I want to implement whmcs lang from English to Hindi. for my indian customers. So i will convert each and every English Words to hindi words. Already 50% done. but please anyone tell me how to Add a extension ex- Hindi in header dropdown menu and target it to my Hindi lang File.
Check the screenshot for more info,
So i have added a Hindi.php file in Lang directory but in dropdown its showing English 2 times.
Sorry for my Bad English. Here is all.
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In the former community we had dedicated boards for International discussions. The eagle eyed amongst you might have spotted that these no longer exist in the new community. Never fear however! We've migrated these boards over to a new section of the WHMCS Community called Clubs. Clubs are a new way to group users with similar interests and we'll be using them for all kinds of things in future. For now all previous international discussion posts have been moved into the appropriate club.
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