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    Default Integrating WHMCS with a HTML Design

    Hey guys,

    I got a web designer to design my website (http://www.ByteBistro.com). What I'd like to do is get WHMCS into the body of the design (the part where the content is right now). Can somebody walk me through how to do this or give me documentation? I'd really appreciate it!

    Thanks,
    Michael

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    That's not possible, but you can make WHMCS match your design: http://wiki.whmcs.com/Customising_WHMCS
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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    That's not possible, but you can make WHMCS match your design: http://wiki.whmcs.com/Customising_WHMCS
    This would work with a .html design?

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    You an integrate whmcs into your design if you know alittle html, pay another person to do it or you can get whmcs to do it for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m1cha31 View Post
    Hey guys,

    I got a web designer to design my website (http://www.ByteBistro.com). What I'd like to do is get WHMCS into the body of the design (the part where the content is right now). Can somebody walk me through how to do this or give me documentation? I'd really appreciate it!

    Thanks,
    Michael
    Hi

    step 1, Find this line in your index.html:

    Code:
    <div class="clear"></div>
            <div style="padding-top:10px;" class="line_div"><img src="images/div_line.jpg" width="880" height="5" alt="div line" /></div>
    then copy all the code above it and including that line and put it in your templates/yourtemplates/header.tpl
    (you will also need to merge the
    <head>
    tag area from both file to what you copy and past.

    step 2, Then find this line in your index.html file:

    Code:
    <div class="client_login">
    then copy all the code below it and including that line and put it in your
    templates/yourtemplates/footer.tpl


    that should now have a base point with WHMCS where you are looking for it to be.

    step 3, now you just need to do do the tweaking like sorting where you need things if you need help then PM me.

    hope this helps.
    Last edited by thehost5968; 10-10-09 at 10:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehost5968 View Post
    Hi

    step 1, Find this line in your index.html:

    Code:
    <div class="clear"></div>
            <div style="padding-top:10px;" class="line_div"><img src="images/div_line.jpg" width="880" height="5" alt="div line" /></div>
    then copy all the code above it and including that line and put it in your templates/yourtemplates/header.tpl
    (you will also need to merge the
    <head>
    tag area from both file to what you copy and past.

    step 2, Then find this line in your index.html file:

    Code:
    <div class="client_login">
    then copy all the code below it and including that line and put it in your
    templates/yourtemplates/footer.tpl


    that should now have a base point with WHMCS where you are looking for it to be.

    step 3, now you just need to do do the tweaking like sorting where you need things if you need help then PM me.

    hope this helps.
    Thanks so much. It's practically done now - https://clients.bytebistro.com Just need to add products and get an SSL Certificate. Thanks everybody, really appreciate it!

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    You will need to integrate your web site into a WHMCS a template. It makes it easy if your site is coded into sections (ie. header, content, sidebar, footer)

    What you should do is copy the portal template folder and paste it as "bytebistro". Then you can follow thehost5968's tips. If you are uncertain of how to do this, I recommend hiring someone. WHMCS will do it for $34.95.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gears View Post
    If you are uncertain of how to do this, I recommend hiring someone.
    Quote Originally Posted by m1cha31 View Post
    I got a web designer to design my website
    This would have been the person to do it, I should think.

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