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In 2011 we had installed the whmcs v5.  The installation folder was in root of hosting folder (public_html). So if we want to access in admin area you must type https://ourdomain.gr/admin. Ιn the years that passed we upgrade the whmcs until the version 6.3.

A few days before we decided to make a new clean installation (version 7.7) according this guide:  https://docs.whmcs.com/Installing_WHMCS and remove the old version 6.3. The installation was successful, but the installation path is https://ourdomain.gr/whmcs. If i want to access in admin area i must type https://ourdomain.gr/whmcs/admin. I use custom templates (in https://ourdomain.gr/whmcs/templates/our_custom_template) and is necessary to change all links in our custom templates. For example, in old installation v6.3,  if you want to create a link  from homepage to register.php the path was https://ourdomain.gr/register.php, now is https://ourdomain.gr/whmcs/register.php.

Is than right?

Can i move all files from public_html/whmc directory, to public_html/ with no problem, or it is necessery to keep this folder structure?

 

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Hi @StergiosG

On 25/06/2019 at 09:05, StergiosG said:

I use custom templates (in https://ourdomain.gr/whmcs/templates/our_custom_template) and is necessary to change all links in our custom templates.

I assume that your old templates are compatible with v7.7 - i'd have thought they wouldn't be 100% compatible...

On 25/06/2019 at 09:05, StergiosG said:

Can i move all files from public_html/whmcs directory, to public_html/ with no problem, or it is necessary to keep this folder structure?

it might be ok if you updated your URL in general settings -> general -> system URL - but it really depends on your templates and whether they're even using the system URL or are hardcoded to use the old domain path.

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