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Uploading favicons to your site on the admin panel and Domain Registation

Anonymous shared this idea 5 years ago
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I would like to be able to make a favicon and upload it on the admin panel cause I am not a filezilla person and I look though all the fourms and everything but nothing works. I would really like to add this feature cause It can help people that dont use PHP.

Domains:

Hi also the domains aren't working I tried and their saying errors. Please reply

Kind regards,

Devon

Best Answer
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Regarding domains, if you are having issues, you need to contact WHMCS directly: https://www.whmcs.com/support/

However, it is easy to add a favicon via your control panel file manager, extremely simple - it's a waste of resources to have it as a feature on WHMCS.

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Regarding domains, if you are having issues, you need to contact WHMCS directly: https://www.whmcs.com/support/

However, it is easy to add a favicon via your control panel file manager, extremely simple - it's a waste of resources to have it as a feature on WHMCS.

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Yes - please add an option to add a favicon to WHMCS.

I don't want to manually edit the header.tpl file - I want it to be part of the settings in WHMCS (like it is in WordPress).

Thanks!

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Thanks for naming me lazy.

Please try to limit your comments to features requesting and not to lashing at other users.

You can vote that you like a feature request or vote against it,

You can offer your opinion and add it as a comment - but please be polite and professional.

If you want you can edit the header.tpl or any other manually change that you want - there is no need to ask WHMCS any feature request - you can do it all by yourself.

But maybe some other users don't want to manually modify the code or edit the template - just to help WHMCS to be more user friendly and better software (in my opinion).

Thanks!

Ram

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Yet again - please don't call me lazy.

and regarding the editing - again, you don't have to agree.

there are lots of systems with a built-in option to add a favicon.

Adding such an option to WHMCS will make it more user friendly.

You don't have to agree with me,

But please be more polite and don't use any comments regarding other users.

Ram

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Yet again, my point still stands: WHMCS' job it to develop on the main core features, not little twigs (one line) to code,

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In your opinion

Please be aware that other users have or my have different opinions - and this is the exact reason that there is a voting option here - so anyone can vote and express his opinion.

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I know other people may have another opinions, I expressed mine and what I believe.

It is your opinion that you need the favicon feature in WHMCS while I think it is a waste of a developers time.

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"extremely simple - it's a waste of resources"

Since is so simple then by definition not a lot of resources would be used.

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"extremely simple - it's a waste of resources"

Since its so simple then by definition it would not use a lot of resources.