If you have no HTML/PHP knowledge, we will be happy to integrate this free plugin module for you with a one time integration cost of $20 USD. Just let us know which WHMCS area/pages you would like your clients to be able to access from your cPanel servers and we'll implement it for you.
If you know what you are doing, have fun and enjoy!
Now you can pass through both GET and POST variables through the bridge into your WHMCS system. Below are a few examples of what we did on our video guide.
Notice that the bridge link always starts with file=xxxx.php which is the WHMCS file you want to access, in the above example are clientarea.php and cart.php.
Notice that after the file=xxxx.php there is the & sign, make sure you use that instead of the original ? sign
I am going to give you a form example I used to register a domain name from cPanel which you see on the video:
<strong>Register New Domain</strong>
<form action="bridge.php?file=cart.php&a=add&domain=register" method="post">
<input type="text" name="sld" value="newdomain">
<input type="submit" value="Check Availability" />
Notice the bolded text on the form above, on the action part, pass through any GET variables you want to pass through. Then simply add any form variables you want to pass through WHMCS. In this case we are passing through two POST variables, which is sld and tld
All POST variables you post through the bridge.php file will be posted through to the WHMCS file you are accessing. So you can create any type of forms which you want to pass through to your WHMCS system.
Another FORM example is to pass on WHMCS Add-On products.
I am going to show you the HTML code I used to place a link on cPanel to directly oder any kind of Add-On product you have
<form method="post" action="bridge.php?file=cart.php&a=add" name="form_name_sslcert">
<input type="hidden" name="aid" value="2">
<input type="image" src="https://whmcsgold.com/cpanelicons/file_lock.png" alt="Order SSL For This Account"><br />
<a href="#" onclick="document.form_name_sslcert.submit()">Order SSL Certificate</a>
Notice the bold text on the form code above, to order an Add-On you must pass through the Add-On ID (aid) which you want to place. You can get the aid of any Add-On product you have from your WHMCS Admin Area > Setup > Product Addons, on this page click to edit any add-on, after you click it and arrive on the edit Add-On page, see your browser's URL, such as http://www.whmcsplugins.com/demo/admin/configaddons.php?action=manage&id=2. That is your aid
Thirdly, when putting your icon images in cPanel, in this case https://whmcsgold.com/cpanelicons/file_lock.png, always use https to avoid security notices from browser when trying to pull the icon images from your website.
How To Add Custom Section on Your cPanel
We have provided you with a file called whmcsgold_cpanel.html, now this file is hand written. The HTML file explains for itself (if you're familiar with HTML). So use this file to add your own custom sections and icons on your cPanel for clients to access your WHMCS area.
Where to place whmcsgold_cpanel.html?
Also, as you can see on your cpanel folder there is a folder named cpanelicons which contains many icon images which you can use as icons on your own cPanel area. Enjoy!
Congratulations! We hope this has been fine and you ended up with a smile. If you're having any kind of problem, you may request an installation service for only $20 USD here.
With this management module, you will be able to manage every aspect of the bridge plugin through an easy to use user interface where you can actually "pick" which products/addons you want to add to your cPanel or which WHMCS sections you want to link to your cPanel.
Additionally, all your cPanel servers will automatically syncronize the new customized cPanel sections when it is being updated on the bridge manage.