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Make it possible to have SEO URLs for all the members area

Zaheer Ahmad Awan shared this idea 7 years ago
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Make it possible to have SEO URLs for all the pages including members area so that WHMCS can be used as full store front to sell products and services.

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I need cart SEO friendly as it is affecting my SEO score. http://prntscr.com/en0lay

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My request is for SEO URL's for the cart and all products. Other shopping carts can do this. It is about time WHMCS had SEO URL's as well.

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i also need SEO friendly cart. please integrate it in the next update

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Hi there,

Thanks for your suggestion.

We are investigating expanding the Friendly URLs coverage into other areas of the system: https://requests.whmcs.com/topic/products-links-seo-friendly-urls

The shopping cart seems a natural place for this, but I didn't expect to see a request for clientarea.php. A search engine bot crawling the site will not be able to access anything more than the login page, so would only view this as one page.

It would be interesting to see a report on any negative search engine ranking this was having to your website.

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I also feel like friendly URLs should be more widespread across WHMCS. Having something such as /account/details and /client/invoices, etc looks a lot nicer and I don't think it would be that hard to implement for something such as WHMCS v8.

I've been trying my best to create rewrite rules to be able to do this myself.

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Its been 5 years since this request was made...cmon WHMCS team...I know you're smart enough to do this

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Please add this! I can then use WHMCS to power everything! Saves having to manage/update HTML website plus WHMCS.

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Not forgetting if using WHMCS for design part too it can be less of a security issue as not having to use integration with WordPress etc. That is important given WHMCS is the billing system. GDPR etc.

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This has always been possible using mod_rewrite