Documentation for Theme Authors

Authors kit can be downloaded form download section in WHMpress.com. Take me to downloads

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Authors kit contains all the information needed to start making your customized shortcodes. It comes with two examples for every shortcode. Default.html = a simple example Advance.html = an example using all features (for some of the shortcodes)   Shortcode Specific Documentation and Place Holders default.html file within shortcode template folder contains notes and list […]

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There are situation where you need to include additional fields that are not supported by native WHMpress shortcodes. If you are using Visual Composer, you can add any number of additional custom fields. No programming skills needed. For example if your pricing table design demands additional font-awesome and background color. You can easily add these […]

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WHMpress looks for any possible template in the path /wp-content/themes/your-theme/whmpress/short-code-name/. If found an HTML in template is used to render the shortcode as per user selection. If user does not selected a template “default.html” is used. Starting with VC 4.6, WHMpress requires that default template for each shortcode must be named as “default.html. If you […]

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Note: Document assumes you are familiar with WHMpress plugin. This readme covers information for WP theme authors who want to offer tight integration with WHMCS using WHMpress. WHMpress allows theme authors to match its shortcodes with their theme components using HTML templates and placeholders. HTML Template for each shortcode is placed in its own folder […]

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While developing your own templates you may need to modify HTML of your templates repeatedly. If changes you made do not reflect in output, you can clear the template cache from following path. /plugins/whmpress/includes/smarty/data/cache

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