I had a custom order form developed for my WHMCS system by another coder. He did a great job but I need some further changes. You must have previous experience with WHMCS.
It was modeled after the competitors form located here:
[url removed, login to view]
As you can see on their form they have a minimum (base setup) of:
with all the sliders to the left.
On my form when you move all the sliders to the left they show 0's. Obviously you can't buy a cloud server with 0 cores or 0 RAM, etc ,etc. I need the variables changed so my form reflects a base minimum with the sliders positioned all the way left.
I need someone to look at the form and test it out from a customers perspective and make the necessary changes. According to the old coder you can change some variables by:
You can edit it in /templates/orderforms/web20cart/[url removed, login to view] for the layout and /lang/[url removed, login to view] to edit the text of it under "cartproductdesc."
For the default position of the sliders, you actually have to edit it in a really awful way. You can find these settings in:
/templates/orderforms/web20cart/[url removed, login to view]
On line 80.
The "min" value as set in the admin panel is inaccessible in that template (it's not passed to it from the PHP script). Normally I would just mod the system to have that value passed; however, the PHP code for this system is encrypted with ioncube. As such, I cannot modify it. So, I had to hard code the min values into the template based on the product ID. It's a hack, but it was the only way to accomplish it.
Can we create a txt file that I can edit variables in and they update the form or some external method rather than editing code?