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WHMCS has discovered a problem in an earlier EA4 Curl Package introduced on CentOS servers.
UPDATE: This is reportedly fixed in ea-libcurl-7.67.0-2.2.1, so it should no longer be necessary to downgrade. (https://github.com/CpanelInc/libcurl/commit/7ca2bbb724ac54a3c41950c8736076953bf1429b)
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Per https://forums.cpanel.net/threads/cpanel-curl-update-breaks-whmcs-enom-module.663449/ it may be necessary to restart PHP-FPM to apply the changes to the running PHP binaries.
Reading Time: 3 minutesWHMCS is an amazingly capable software allowing you to manage your clients from initial purchase, continued support, and billing management. However, if you already have clients and you’re looking to get started with WHMCS, you will need to get those clients into the new system. While this process does require some manual work, it is absolutely possible and once they are set up, the automation can take over from there! In this guide, I will show you how to manually set up your existing clients into WHMCS.
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Using Packages in WHM
Any new reseller’s first move when integrating WHMCS is to ensure that the products they are provisioning have the correct resources and limitations for their cPanel packages.
This article will walk you through the steps of setting up packages in WHM so you can use WHMCS.
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Reading Time: 3 minutesOver the years WHMCS has made some changes to where it stores certain directories, specifically directories outside of public_html. The goal of this is to increase overall security by moving sensitive files to a more protected location. While this change does help to improve WHMCS security, it also adds a few steps of complexity.
This article is meant to help simplify this complexity, or at least provide a reference configuration that you can use to troubleshoot cron issues, or gain a better understanding of WHMCS crons in general. I used WHMCS 7.3 for this article, but the general concept and instructions should apply for any 7.0 version of WHMCS.
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Reading Time: 5 minutesIn the previous few articles we installed the WHMCS plugin and configured it with the VPS API. This article will cover the fun part, actually using the plugin to create new cloud based products! We’ll go over the plugin’s “Product Setup Wizard”, which makes it easy to create new products based on our Cloud VPS, Cloud Dedicated VPS, and Private Cloud products. Continue reading “Creating Your First Cloud Product Using Reseller Plugin”
Reading Time: 2 minutesIn the previous article we covered the basics of WHMCS, the benefits of using our WHMCS plugin, and how to enable the plugin and widgets we provide in our plugin. This article will cover getting your WHMCS server and the plugin connected to the Storm API.
We’ll cover how to configure the WHMCS plugin to authenticate with Liquid Web’s API, as well as how to obtain access to our API, if you’re not yet our customer. In the next article we’ll cover the plugin’s “Product Setup Wizard”, which makes it easy to create new products based on our Cloud VPS, Cloud Dedicated VPS, and Private Cloud products.
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What is WHMCS & how it can optimize your business
The WHMCS software suite is an all-in-one client management, billing & support interface for web hosting businesses. WHMCS can be used to automate the billing and provision of Web Hosting Services. Most often utilized by resellers, WHMCS can simplify and streamline the process of providing hosting service. To learn more, read our “What is WHMCS” article here. Continue reading “Working with WHMCS & the Liquid Web Reseller Plugin”
Reading Time: 4 minutesIn our main series on WHMCS we cover installation using CLI, as the directions are easy to copy and paste. However, as not all users are comfortable in a CLI, here, we will cover other methods that can be used to install the WHMCS plugin.
While written specifically for the Liquid Web WHMCS plugin the installation methods used here can work with almost any WHMCS plugin.
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Reading Time: < 1 minuteThe WHMCS software suite is an all-in-one client management, billing & support interface for web hosting businesses. By using this tool hosting providers can save countless hours by automating repetitive tasks, in turn allowing you to focus on growing your business. Continue reading “What is WHMCS?”