Clientexec Portal UX Frontend Styling / Themes

Tarun shared this idea 2 years ago
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Hey there Clientexec Development Team,


Currently the public facing site is not much user friendly, atleast on mobile devices. I would like to request the following features in 2017 releases.


1) Wordpress and clientexec integration (WHMCS have this already, we are lagging behind)

2) Public Interface should be easy to theme, customizable and easy to brand with existing website.

3) Responsive web design of public interface to give best user experience for customers, which improves conversions and over all sales.


Currently users are turned down once they reach default public portal. As main site developed on wordpress or other CMS is awesome, the same flow would break when they start the checkout steps.


This is an important issue / features I request to be considered by development team in next release.


Thanks a lot.


Best Regards

Tarun

Best Answer
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As of Clientexec 5.7.0 we have upgraded our public interface to use BootStrap v3, and ensure it's mobile-friendly.


The WordPress integration is something we are still looking into.

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1) To my knowledge, the way this works right now, is a custom WordPress Plugin, that wasn't developed by WHMCS, but developed by a 3rd party.


2) We allow you to add your own HTML from the admin section in the header, body, and footer. The templating system also works as an "overrides" system, where you only need to copy over the files you want to change, and CE will automatically grab any other file you didn't create from the default template.


3) While it won't be in our next release, we do have plans for a fully responsive public interface

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As of Clientexec 5.7.0 we have upgraded our public interface to use BootStrap v3, and ensure it's mobile-friendly.


The WordPress integration is something we are still looking into.

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the code for whmcs bridge would really help i have tried it before just take a look at it and then try to create one plugin

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If there was some documentation on the hooks ClientExec uses to call intermal theme elements, Theme development would be no problem, and WordPress would be completely unnecessary overhead.