This section helps you to set up WordPress WHMCS Kit (WWK).
If you have ever manually inserted your WHMCS data like your hosting plans and prices in your WordPress theme or your page-builder pages, you know how it is time-consuming. Using WWK, you can easily use your WHMCS data on your WHMCS pages.
WordPress WHMCS Kit consists of two parts, A WordPress Plugin, and A WHMCS Feed. The WHMCS Feed acts as an API to prepare data to fetch by the WordPress plugin. Due to this innovative method, you can integrate your WHMCS data into WordPress without entering your database details in your WordPress. Also, You can host WHMCS and WordPress on two separate servers without a direct MySQL connection to each other. So WordPress WHMCS Kit is also the most secure way to integrate WHMCS to WordPress! The sync mechanism automatically syncs data with WHMCS every hour.
You can have look at the Demo page to view what you can do via WWK:
System Requirements #
To use WordPress WHMCS Kit you need to have a WordPress 5.0 (or higher version) site and WHMCS 7.10 (or higher version) with PHP 7.4 or more running on your hosting server. Also, Ioncube loader must be enabled on your server.
WordPress Plugin Installation #
Extract the zipped package downloaded from our Panel to your desktop, in the extracted package you will find the
wp-whmcs-kit.zip file which is the WordPress plugin.
You can install the plugin in two ways:
- FTP: Extract
wp-whmcs-kit.zipfile and upload the extracted folder to /wp-content/plugin/ folder on your server.
- WordPress: Navigate to
Upload Pluginpage. Select
wp-whmcs-kit.zipfile. Press the Install Now button to upload and install the plugin.
After uploading the plugin, you have to activate it. Navigate to
Installed Plugins page to activate the plugin.
We highly recommend Hooking WP-Cron Into the System Task Scheduler for the best performance and experience.
WHMCS Feed Installation #
To fetch data from WHMCS, WWK uses a feed file that is dedicatedly developed by Pixelly Team. To install the file extract the zipped package downloaded to your desktop, in the extracted package you will find the feed file in
whmcs-feed/wwk.php. To install that you need just upload the file in
feeds the directory on your WHMCS host.
Required Plugins #
You do not need to install any mandatory plugin to use WP WHMCS Kit, but to use all of its features, it is suggested to use the following plugins.
1. Elementor #
By using Elementor Page Builder, you can use the Elementor widgets to add WHMCS to your pages. Also, You can use shortcodes in any Elementor widget to show data.
2. Elementor Pro #
WWK let to show data easily in Elementor widgets via Dynamic Tags. This feature is only enabled when you use Elementor Pro. Using this feature you can easily integrate your WHMCS with your current Elementor pages. Most Elementor widgets and popular Elementor widget plugins like ElementsKit and … are compatible with dynamic tags.
As a note, not all of the fields in Elementor Widgets support dynamic tags, so you can check as mentioned below if your desired widget fields are compatible with dynamic tags.
To check if dynamic tags are compatible with your desired fields, you need to check if the dynamic tags sign exists beside the field as shown in the below image.