Configurations

To start using WHMCS Client Area there are only two needed settings. These are under “General” Tab when you click “WHMCS Client Area” in WP menu. WHMCS URL: This is where your working WHMCS is installed. Please note that this area will be pre-filed and un-editable if you are using WHMPress. WP Page for WHMCS […]

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Most of the configurations goes under “Advanced” tab. Each option is explained below. Do you want to use pretty permalinks? As name suggests, you can enable or disable pretty permalinks for WHMCS client-area that shows within your WP install. For this feature to work any URL rewriring at WHMCS level should be disabled.Note: You should […]

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Under SEO tab you can change page titles of all WHMCS pages to suite your SEO needs. Simply enable “Enable Custom Titles for following URLs” and then change the titles of each WHMCS from the page below.

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Sync is a powerful feature that lets you keep your WHMCS and WordPress users synchronised. If you want to allow your users to log in to both WordPress and WHMCS, you will need to enable and configure this section. Why might you need this? If you want your WordPress users to able to login to WHMCS and […]

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While Sync WHMCS-WP defines and controls how WHMCS and WordPress users and synchronised, this is where you switch on this functionality. Tick “Enable SSO” to let users login in to both systems. Since most of the time users will be using a login modal or page provided with “WHMCS Client Area”, you can tick this […]

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