WHMCS Secure Credentials V1.3 Now Available
V 1.3 of WHMCS Secure Credentials is ready for release with some excellent new features making viewing credentials a breeze. We committed to providing you with an easier interface to view credentials customers have submitted with Admin notifications when a client submits or updates credentials and here it is!
In V1.3 we made changes to the credentials form allowing WHMCS installation details to be submitted by clients. We have not included a lang file because we feel this is not needed. There are only a few language customizations and these can be done on the templates.
Improvements for V1.3 include;
* Admin notifications when a client submits credentials
* Admin notifications when a client updates credentials
* Admin notifications when a client deletes credentials
* Addition of a “Credentials” tab on support tickets to view credentials
* Addition of area or clients to submit WHMCS installation details
This version includes modified viewticket.tpl files for the Blend and V4 admin themes. These are located in the /admin/templates/blend and /admin/templates/v4 folders. When upgrading or installing the module rename your current viewticket.tpl files so you can easily revert back to them in case of issues. As always a full backup of your site is also recommended.
WHMCS Secure Credentials Upgrade Steps V1.1 / V1.2 > V1.3
- Backup your WHMCS Install
- Disable the module (Setup > Addon Modules > WHMCS Secure Credentials > Disable)
- Navigate to /admin/templates/blend and rename the viewticket.tpl file to viewticket-org.tpl
- Navigate to /admin/templates/v4 and rename the viewticket.tpl file to viewticket-org.tpl
- If you made changes to the button text in V1.1 or V1.2 change the button text in V1.3. It’s best to do this whilst it’s on your desktop.
- Upload all the files to your WHMCS installation overwriting the old files
- Enable the module (Setup > Addon Modules > WHMCS Secure Credentials > Enable) You may need your license key!
V1.3 features should now be available to use and the upgrade is complete. For new installs just upload the files and repeat step 7.
Custom WHMCS Themes
First2Host support will not offer any assistance setting up WSC in custom themes. We rigorously test the module with the default templates provided by WHMCS, we cannot test every template out there. The responsibility here lies with the company or person who created the custom theme. Whilst we will point out the code that needs to be added to your templates it is for you to decide how to integrate this into your theme. For the most part, most custom WHMCS themes do not make any changes to the admin templates of WHMCS, either the Blend or V4 ones so this version should not cause any issues. You can always revert back to your backup if you have any issues.
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