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Enabling WHMCS cPanel Module for hosting packages

Enabling WHMCS cPanel Module for hosting packages
Setting Up a cPanel Package from WHMCS to use with Products/Services To setup a cPanel package, go to Setup > Products/Services and choose the related product that you need to enable the cPanel module by going to Module Settings tab, select “cpanel” in the module dropdown field and then for a shared hosting package: A. ...

Creating a subdomain to install WHMCS

Creating a subdomain to install WHMCS
We would highly recommend installing WHMCS on a sub-domain and keeping your website files on your main domain. An ideal setup would looks like follows. 1. For hosting your website and files: my-domain.com ( public_html ) – Always host you website files on public_html folder. 2. You have few options for your WHMCS install as ...

How to specify Tax Rules with WHMCS?

How to specify Tax Rules with WHMCS?
Certain countries and states require you to collect taxes on your sales. WHMCS allows you to specify the tax rates on a regional basis. Let’s see how. Watch the video of this on Specify Tax Rules with WHMCS Log into WHMCS admin panel and select the Setup tab. Hover over Payments to open the sub menu. Select Tax Rules. By ...

How to customize Currencies in WHMCS?

How to customize Currencies in WHMCS?
Most likely if you’re using WHMCS, you’re interested in serving an international clientele. In order to do that, you must set it up with the currencies you wish to support. This tutorial plus the WHMCS video tutorial will guide you on this. After you’ve logged into your WHMCS admin panel, click on the Setup tab. Hove over Payments to ...

How to set up your Payment Gateways for use with WHMCS?

How to set up your Payment Gateways for use with WHMCS?
Before you can accept payments from clients through WHMCS, you must first set it up with at least one payment gateway. Let’ see how it’s done. Check out the WHMCS video demo on this process of Setting up your Payment Gateway for use with WHMCS Log into WHMCS admin panel and click on Setup Mouse hover Payments. ...

How to configure Automation Settings in WHMCS?

How to configure Automation Settings in WHMCS?
All automated processes such as: suspensions, unsuspensions, terminations, how far in advance to generate invoices, when overdue notices are sent, e-mail reminders, etc.. are all handled under Automation Settings. It’s the central place where the cron is controlled for it’s daily run. This tutorial and the video following this, is created to guide you on configuring Automation ...

How to configure General Settings in WHMCS?

How to configure General Settings in WHMCS?
Majority of WHMCS’s general settings are configured via the General Settings page. This tutorial is created to discuss these setting so follow along! Watch the demo video tutorial on Configuring General Settings in WHMCS Log into your WHMCS admin panel and click on Setup from the top tabs listed. Click on General Settings from the drop down ...

How to change your Account Settings in WHMCS?

How to change your Account Settings in WHMCS?
Learn about changing your account setting on WHMCS. Watch the video of this on Changing Your WHMCS Account Settings Log into your WHMCS admin panel and click on My Account which you can find at the top left row of links. On this page, you can edit your account details such as your First Name, ...

How to manage administrators in WHMCS?

How to manage administrators in WHMCS?
Let’s see how you can manage administrators of your WHMCS account. Check out the video tutorial of this on Managing Administrators in WHMCS  Log into your WHMCS admin panel and click on Setup. From the drop down list, select  Administrators. Here we can see a list of the exisiting administrators. Click on New Adminstrator to create ...

How to log in to and become familiar with the WHMCS Admin Area?

How to log in to and become familiar with the WHMCS Admin Area?
This tutorial is written to guide you through the logging process of WHMCS. Watch the video descriptional tutorial of this episode on Logging WHMCS Admin To log in to the admin area, simply append the word “admin” to the URL at which you installed WHMCS. For example if you installed WHMCS @ http://demo.abc.com/ then you would access ...