So, WHMCS has the ability for you to isolate the cron directory. This is a great feature, as it provides a bit of security. What if you wanted to add cron files to WHMCS though? For example, what if you really didn’t want something as a hook, but only run once in a while (say, every day, two days, etc)? How would you go about this? This guide will walk you through adding cron files to WHMCS, and tying them into the system.
With the hooks and menu system available in WHMCS v6, it’s entirely possible to have your users see a completely different menu item if they’re logged in, as opposed to if they aren’t. This quick blog post will guide you through adding an item for logged in users with WHMCS.
As always, if you need assistance, please, do contact us. If you’d like us to modify this for you, or put something similar together for you with our custom development experience? Again, contact us. We’re absolutely here to help you out!
In WHMCS v5, there was an area of the template where ‘service information’ was shown. I’m referring to the username, server, domain, etc. With the v6 template, this disappeared. Using this action hook, you can return the WHMCS service information display to your clients. Take a look. As always, if you have questions, please do contact us. If you want something custom developed, or customized, again, please do contact us. We’re absolutely here and ready to help however we can.
Have you ever wanted to receive a notification on admin login to WHMCS? Well, this WHMCS hook does just this. It’s fairly straightforward, just copy and paste the following code into a file in your whmcs/includes/hooks directory
At one time, WHMCS and SSL played nice. All you had to do was add your ‘WHMCS system URL’ (in admin -> settings) to https://yourdomain.com. Unfortunately, somewhere along the line in v6, WHMCS and SSL stopped playing nice. Here’s a guide serving WHMCS 100% over SSL in v6, with no errors or redirect issues.
Just a quick shout out, and thank you to all of those reading this. In order to better serve, what would you like to see here? What tips, tricks, tutorials would you like to see here? Leave a quick comment below and I’ll see what I can do to help you with those.
As always, if you need more complicated help, do let us know. We’re always here, just contact us, and we’ll get you straightened out 🙂
As you may know, WHMCS emails can be edited and templated. There’s a good deal of work that can be done here. The next set of articles will focus on this ability, and changing WHMCS emails to suit your needs. As always, if you need assistance, or would like us to help you customize the WHMCS emails to your liking, do contact us .
First up? An updated WHMCS domain renewal template.
So, you’ve managed to get WHMCS installed and updated. You’ve been working with it for a while, but you decided hey, you don’t like the URL it’s at. Here’s how to go about changing the WHMCS URL (ie: where your clients go to your WHMCS). Some of this is basic, some, not so much
So, we covered the upgrade yesterday. Yet, far too often, we run into WHMCS upgrades gone wrong. Something is messy, or something just doesn’t work as expected, or, well, it just doesn’t work like you need. How to fix it? How to revert things? There’s a few things that can be done for WHMCS upgrades gone wrong. If all else fails, hey, please do contact us, and we’ll work with you and see what we can do to help you get straightened out!