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How To Change WHMCS Module Language

1. Changing WHMCS module language is very simple. First of all, go to 'lang' folder located in your module or templates directory.

1. Depending on the module the directory may vary.
2. There might be two language files located in different directories, separately for Admin Area and Client Area.
You may decide whether you wish to translate both of them or only one.

Copy 'english.php' file and rename the newly copied directory with your desired language, for example 'italian.php'.

2. Open your personalized file now and replace particular sentences with ease.

For presentation purposes we changed ['manage header'] from 'Manage Account' to 'Gestisci Il Tuo Account'. Do not forget to save the changes!

3. There are two ways you can alter the language:
  • Change the client's language in your WHMCS system:
  • Change the language directly in the client area (keep in mind that customers can change their language anytime they want):
4. Take a look at the screen and you will see that the header has changed from 'Manage Account' to 'Gestisci Il Tuo Account', which is a direct consequence of our modifications.
Act accordingly to the above instructions to implement any changes in the language files of our modules.
In case you have any doubts or encounter any problems we will do our best to provide you with adequate assistance.

Please note that not all of our modules are provided with Multi-Language Support.

How To Debug Module

If the procedure described below doesn't work for you, please report it to our Support Team.

When you are experiencing white page or the module is not working as it should, you can enable debug mode that prints all the PHP errors on the screen.
To do so, enter the URL you are experiencing the issue with and add an additional parameter '_debug=turnon'. For example:

To disable debug mode, simply call the same parameter but with value turnoff. For example:

If you get the error as shown on the screen below, please make sure that you are using the correct parameter and you have sufficient privileges.

How To Solve Problems With Module License

In case you encounter any problems with the license, please read through the below points to find a solution.
1. Make sure your license key applies to the used license. For example:
  • If you had a trial version and then bought a full version (separately), then the license key must be changed.
  • If you own a trial version and then upgrade it to a full version, then a trial license key should be used.

If you want to learn more about upgrades, please follow here.

2. Check if License_RENAME.php file has been removed (or renamed).
3. Make sure your license file content format is correct.

Former license format (no longer supported):

 * Please provide your DNS Manager Module For WHMCS license below

Current and correct license file format:

 * Please provide your DNS Manager Module For WHMCS license below
Please note that the below symbol is no longer used:
4. Check if your firewall does not block our domain:
5. If you notice the following error message in your client area:

"A problem with module occurred. Please contact the administration."

Then we recommend reissuing your license in the ModulesGarden client area.

6. In case you see an error:

Order Accept Encountered Problems
License Invalid: MD5 Checksum Verification Failed

Make sure all module files are correctly downloaded and installed.

7. If, despite following all of the above pieces of advice, problems with you license persist, try to reissue your license.

To to so, log in to our client area, choose a product, and click the 'Reissue License' button located next to your license key.

In case of further issues, please contact our Support Team.

How To Use Configurable Options

Configurable options on products allow you to give your clients variables which alter the resource available at that product as well as its price.

In this tutorial we will show you how to manage configurable options generated by our modules.

Editing Configurable Options

When you successfully set up a product, your client can order it by choosing its resource and settings from default configurable options.
In case those options do not suit your needs, you can edit them.

To do so, go to 'Setup' 'Products/Services' 'Configurable Options' and press edit button next to configurable option used by your product.
Its name is 'Configurable options for your_product_name' .

Here you can view all products this configurable option group is assigned to.

Now we will show you how to edit options. Let's say you want to add an option to order a product with up to 5 snapshots.
To do so, edit 'Snapshots Limit' by pressing edit button as shown on the screen below.

You will see a popup window, so make sure your browser will not block it.

Enter the maximum allowed number of options and save the changes.


Hiding Configurable Options

If you decide to hide configurable options from a client order form and manage them only from the admin area, follow the steps below.

Firstly, go to 'Setup' 'Products/Services' 'Configurable Options'.

Afterwards, tick 'Hidden' checkboxes next to configurable options you want to hide and confirm the action through pressing 'Save Changes'.

Setting Up Pricing For Configurable Options

If you decide to set up pricing for configurable options, follow the steps described below.
Press the edit icon next to configurable options you want to set the pricing for.
Afterwards, you will see a popup window, so make sure your browser does not block it.

Now, price you entered for resource should be in a column responsible for the same type of payment as your product uses.
For example, if we have product with monthly and quarterly payments allowed, you will have to enter product pricing in the first and second columns.
Confirm through clicking on 'Save Changes' button as soon as you finish.

Depending on 'Option Type' , pricing you entered may be counted in various ways.

'Dropdown' - You have to set price for each option.
'Radio' - Same as above, only difference is the display manner.
'Yes/No' - Your price will be applied if client checkes this option.
'Quantity' - Price you set will be multiplied by amount of configurable options your client chooses.

On the screen below you can see all configurable options types available on the order form.
Now you should have no problems with understanding and using the configurable options in your WHMCS.
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