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  • #1041191

    Hi dear all,

    I’ve been using Enfold for a couple of years now and so far it’s been amazing. Loved all the updates and functions.

    Currently I’m working on building a new website with WHMCS integration. I’m using the WHMCS-Bridge (https://nl.wordpress.org/plugins/whmcs-bridge/) plugin to integrte WHMCS with my website. But for some reason I can’t get the styling right. The result is as follows: https://vandijkwebservices.nl/whmcs-bridge.

    As you can see the menu bar from WHMCS is deformed and weirdly shoved to the right. Also the icons are blocks. I have already had contact with the plugin developper who tells me it is a CSS problem, but I just can’t figure it out.

    All help is welcome!

    Best regards,

    Richard van Dijk

    #1043424

    Hey vandijkwebservices,

    Unfortunately, it would require quite some time and customization of the theme to achieve this, so I am sorry to tell you that this is not covered by our support. However, if it’s really important for you to get this done, you can always hire a freelancer to do the job for you :)

    Best regards,
    Basilis

    #1043773

    Hey Basilis,

    That’s what I was afraid of. No problem though!

    Thank you for the reply anyway :)

    Best regards,
    Richard

    #1044150

    Hi,

    Thanks for the update. Please let us know if you should need any further help on the topic or if we can close it.

    Best regards,
    Rikard

    #1083874

    Richard, were you ever able to figure out how to integrate Enfold and WHMCS? I have looked at doing the same, but run into similar issues. It would be very cool if there were some way to get these two systems to work together. Our hosting website is the only site we have developed over the past seven years that is not running on Enfold and we would love to use Enfold for that, too, as the theme is perfect for it.

    Rikard, I know it would require time and resources, but it sure would be nice to see if this were possible. I would not want an external developer working on it, as I want to make sure it maintains compatibility with Enfold down the road, especially as WP goes through its changes. What would it take to show it would be worth the development investment for Christian? For all of those that are developing with Enfold, being able to close the loop and say that hosting websites promoting Enfold are also running on it. Having to compromise and use lesser themes is incredibly frustrating, especially after knowing how Enfold would be perfect for this task.

    I try really hard not to ask a lot (aside from a more expensive Pro version of Enfold), but as you know I have a fair amount of licenses, I am asking you to thoughtfully consider helping us make this work. It would mean a lot to those of us not only using Enfold, but also actively promoting it and developing with it.

    -jason

    #1086261

    Hi Jason,

    Unfortunately I was never able to actually solve the problem. I tried everything, a new WordPress website and a new instance of WHMCS, but nothing changed the fact that the design looks warped.

    I still hope that there is a chance that this is being fixed, but I don’t know where the problem is.

    #1087235

    Hi,

    Seems that there are some stranges issues with the design to be solved.

    Best regards,
    Basilis

    #1087245

    Hi Basilis,

    Would it make sense to loop in the developers of WHMCS Bridge? They seem to be open to integration and it might yield an easier process if they were a part of the discussion. Would you like me to reach out to them?

    Let me know and I would be happy to do that legwork.
    -jason

    #1088977

    Hi,

    Sure if they can help to fix the problem and they can provide the fixes that could be great

    Best regards,
    Basilis

    #1100048

    Basilis, Jason,

    I might have found the issue why WHMCS Bridge looks warped within Enfold. I was fiddling around a little with Inspect Element when I came across both the .css from WHMCS Bridge and the .css from avia-merged-styles (Enfold).

    As soon as I turn off the CSS in the avia-merged-styles the header seems te act normal on my screen. See screenshots below.

    The avia-merged-styles settings
    https://prnt.sc/nnwsmf

    How the header looks before disabling the avia-merged-styles settings
    https://prnt.sc/nnwsk5

    Disabling the avia-merged-styles settings in Inspect Element
    https://prnt.sc/nnws3m

    How the header after disabling the CSS from avia-merged-styles
    https://prnt.sc/nnwrpl

    Is there a way to disable the CSS coming from Enfold for a specific page? I think this would completely solve the issue.

    I’d love hearing you both!

    Kind regards,

    Richard

    #1100783

    Hi,

    Thanks for the update.

    You should create a custom template for the plugin because it’s using the default page template right now, so everything is wrapped inside a container including the header, menu etc. For that, you have to contact the plugin developer. It’s possible according to the plugin description.

    // https://wordpress.org/plugins/whmcs-bridge/

    Custom Templates: Use any template you like, including custom templates.

    Best regards,
    Ismael

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