Hot off the heels of Cron Extended v2 being released comes a pretty decent update for WHMCS Notify Extended. I’ve been working on this one for a bit, in order to fine tune things, and I’m rather proud of what’s come out of this release. It’s nowhere near a ‘main version’ release, but it’s a
With the release of Notify Extended V 1.6, today, I’m happy to announce a bit more flexibility for Nag alerts. While this may be confusing to some, it’s really not that difficult to understand. This blog post will help to understand what is going on, and the changes with these.
Today, I’m happy to announce the first major update for WHMCS Guru, of 2018. The Cron Notifications addon has received a massive update, to version 2.0 Version 2.0 integrates the WHMCS Guru framework into Cron Extended.. The WHMCS Guru framework is a framework shared across our applications and modules which allow for a much easier
Greetings, I’m proud to announce the release of WHMCS Notify Extended v 1.5.1 . The primary focus of this release is to remove the Pushalot extension, however there are a number of bug fixes that have gone into this release as well. Here’s just a few: Telegram had an issue parsing some text. Misc. services
Today’s post marks a pretty sad day for me. One of my first experiments into the world of notifications (before notification modules were a thing) was Pushalot. Sadly, for the past few months, the pushalot site has been dead, and it’s just slowed everything down.
WHMCS has made the decision to force users to update to php 5.6 in order to receive updates in the future. While good, there are indeed WHMCS mail problems in php 5.6.
To be fair, the problems aren’t WHMCS problems directly, but they COULD be avoided by not forcing users to update to a version of php which is riddled with a pretty major hole.
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.
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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.
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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.