WHMCS is one of the incredible solutions for handling Billing and Support ticket requests.
Also, the integration of WHMCS support and billing software into WordPress provides a flawless user experience to customers.
However, WHMCS WordPress integration is tricky and need special attention to do it.
That’s why, we often get requests from our customers to integrate WHMCS WordPress and fix related errors as part of our Server Management Services.
Today, we’ll see how our Support Engineers integrate WHMCS WordPress and fix related errors.
Integrate WHMCS to WordPress
WHMCS can add to WordPress easily by using the WHMCS bridge plugin.
This is how our Support Engineers integrate WHMCS to WordPress
1. For this, login into the WordPress admin panel and activate it in your WordPress.
2. Next, we go to settings > WHMCS Bridge > add your WHMCS account URL and click save settings.
How we fixed WHMCS WordPress Integration errors
From our experience in managing servers, we’ve seen that customers facing problems while WHMCS WordPress integration. Let’s take a closer look at how our Support Engineers fixed the problems.
1. Improper WHMCS WordPress Integration
Recently, one of our customers contacted us with a problem related to WHMCS integration in WordPress. He integrated WHMCS with WordPress but changes made through WordPress didn’t sync with WHMCS.
On checking, we found that this happened due to improper configuration.
Here’re the steps on how our Support Engineers integrate a form to log into the WHMCS client area using a WordPress page.
1. Initially, we log into the WHMCS admin area.
2. Then, we go to Utilities tab and click on Integration Code.
3. Next, we copy all of the code in the field labeled Clients Login and we save this code.
4. Furthermore, we log into the WordPress admin panel. Navigate to the page where you would like to add a WHMCS client area login form on.
5. We open the Page Editor, click on the Text tab to switch to text editing. Then paste the saved code there.
6. At last, we click on the Update button to save your changes.
This is how we fixed the issue.
2. Plugin incompatibility
Many customers face error while saving the changes made through WordPress in the WHMCS. This is mainly due to the plugin’s incompatibility with the WP version. Sometimes, the same error can also occur because of the other plugins issues.
Then, by upgrading the plugin, our Support Engineers solve this problem.
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In short, the WHMCS Bridge plugin integrates the WHMCS support and billing software into WordPress providing flawless user experience to the customers. Today, we saw how our Support Engineers integrate the WHMCS into WordPress and fixed related errors.