When clients sign up for your services, you may use configurable options to customize their services. Those options show up within the WHMCS cart's product configuration page. Sometimes it isn't clear what a configurable option is for based on the label. With this module, you can now add descriptions to configurable options so visitors have as much info as they need. You can even hide inputs on the product configuration page in the cart.
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Add descriptions to configurable options for visitors to see Hide inputs within the product configuration page in the cart Descriptions are displayed within: A tooltip that is shown when the input is hovered over A specified class - such as the bootstrap alert classes or any other CSS class Resize input containers to make those inputs larger or smaller - based on the input's container Input options can apply to all products or specific products
By Nelson Neoh
Recently I have a custom addon module which placing order through localAPI, but it seems this limits my client to purchase 1 item at a time, which brings not so good UX.
I wish to get some input, what's the proper way to change the order placing through my custom addon module, direct to normal shopping cart.
Thank you all in advance.
As you probably know WHMCS v8 no longer provides statistics on top of the page about pending orders, overdue invoices and tickets awaiting reply. This action hook adds them back to interface as you can see from the following screenshot.
This badge is fully responsive and appears if there's at least one pending order, overdue invoice or ticket awaiting reply. If there's nothing to show it disappears. To avoid any possibility of confusion, the hook automatically detects if you're running v8.
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Today, we're pleased to announce Lara v8, which is fully compatible with WHMCS v8.0.0!
Want to change the default WHMCS Admin Template "i.e., Blend" ?! .. Welcome to Lara! Lara, is WHMCS & AdminLTE blended together, resulting in a beautiful WHMCS Admin Theme, that can be used on daily basis, without hurting your eyes!
Don't just take our word for it, check a full working Demo by visiting our WHMCS Admin Demo.
The theme comes with tons of options, beside the good looks :
Google Analytics Widget : Without leaving your WHMCS admin area, check user sessions, countries, operating systems and other Google Analytics metrics. [ Free addon for Limited Time Only ] Google Real Time Monitor [Beta] : Real-Time allows you to monitor activity as it happens on your site or app. The reports are updated continuously and each hit is reported seconds after it occurs. For example, you can see how many people are on your site right now, which pages or events they're interacting with, and which goal conversions have occurred. Google Analytics Devices Report : See which devices or brands drives the most mobile traffic to your website, all in one place. Staff Chat Widget, Staff members can easily chat with each other, directly from within WHMCS admin interface. [ Free addon for Limited Time Only ] Advanced WHMCS orders/income integration : Fully customizable graph, with Google Analytics and WHMCS orders/income, broken down by any of the following : Product Type (Domain Names, Shared Hosting, Reseller Accounts, VPS/Servers and Other Products & Addons). Product Groups (as defined in your WHMCS). Individual Products. Not only that, but with a dedicated Graph Options menu, each administrator can :
Customize all graph options and colors. View all orders, new orders or renewal orders only.
Since I spend most of my time during the day on the WHMCS admin dashboard, answering tickets, activating services, following up with stuff, etc. I wanted to keep eye strain to a minimum, so I recently created this CSS file to turn our admin area into a dark look and feel.
Today, I'd like to share with you steps to achieve that.
The file is compatible with Blend theme of v7.9.2 of WHMCS, I haven't tested it on the other versions yet.
The process is pretty simple and straightforward IF YOU HAVEN'T MADE ANY CUSTOMIZATIONS to your Blend theme already.
So just download the attached file (blend-dark.zip) and extract it anywhere in your computer.
Next, open the folder and then the "images" folder to locate the (logo-dark.psd) file to edit it by placing your own logo there. Then save it as "logo-dark.gif" replacing the already existing file.
Now you should end up with a file tree like this ...
blend |__ css | |__ admin-dark.css | | |__ images | |__ logo-dark.gif | |__ logo-dark.psd | |__ header.tpl
Now back top and compress your "blend" folder ... Name it something memorable, like "blend-2222.zip" in this example.
Next navigate to the "admin" folder inside your WHMCS installation, and open the "templates" folder (based on your customizations, the "admin" folder name may differ, so this here presumes the default setting).
Next make sure to ZIP and backup your current Blend theme folder (name it something like "blend-original.zip).
Next, upload the "blend-2222.zip" you compressed earlier to the "templates" folder and unzip it, and you should be all set and ready!
If you have any notes or additions, please feel free to add!
Also, any mistakes or errors are unintentional, please feel free to share and highlight them.
Wishing everyone a good day!
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