Can anyone help me in using hcaptcha instead of recaptcha,
I am a literal noob in this, if anyone can guide me around, I would be happy :D
Restrict the access to support departments based on the products purchased by users. Define rules as follows.
$department['1'] = array('45', '46', '10'); $department['2'] = array('85', '86', '10'); // Keep adding rules one per line The key of $department array (the  and  between square brackets) corresponds to the ID of the support department for which we are creating a rule. The value is an array() of product IDs required for access. In a in nutshell, the above configuration unlocks department #1 to users with product IDs 45, 46 and 10. Department #2 requires 85, 86 and 10.
Here are few more things to consider:
submitticket.php doesn't show restricted departments Access via direct link submitticket.php?step=2&deptid=2 triggers a redirect to submitticket.php Department dropdown lists only allowed department The same product can be used for multiple rules Pending, Suspended, Terminated, Cancelled and Fraud products are ignored Get the Code »
By Nelson Neoh
I have developed an Addon Module (says addOnModule), which requires some custom entry of details (says Domain Name, and/or hosting ID) while placing order. On Paid, it will then have to write some additional details on a custom table (says tbl_customModule), aim for further management activities. The module will carries all product under Other (myProductType).
The module works fine on Customer Panel, but facing issue when Add New Order in Admin Panel. Hopefully I am able to get some hints/advice from kind people here.
Q. When admin performed Add New Order in Admin Panel -> Orders -> Add New Order, it can't read my module, but defaulting Product Type as hosting service, although the product name is listed under products options. I can't find a correct way to overcome this issue. How can I correct this issue?
Here's the desired workflow of the Addon Module:
1. When myProduct picked, it should capture the product type as myProductType.
2. The custom fields then populate under the product details section (refer to attached sample).
3. After filled up the form and submit order, it will trigger my module to save required info into tbl_customModule.
At last, thank you for any input.
I'm fairly new to editing the WHMCS theme files and wondered if maybe someone could help me? I've gone over the theme guide over at the developer portal but i'm still fairly lost.
Which files and which line of code do I need to open and edit to add my own navigation menu's, logos etc. at the top and also the footer at the bottom to match the main website template? I hope i'm making sense.
Basically I want to add my own template around WHMCS itself so it looks all professional. Thanks in advance.
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