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Help Images not showing on WHMCS php.ini

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by MKWH, Dec 20, 2013.

  1. MKWH

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    Hi

    Can someone help. on my whmcs the form catpa and rss images ect are not showing and the host are telling me i need to upload a php.ini file to get it to work but im not sure what link or code to add to the php.ini file to get it to work?


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  2. kernow

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    Your question has nothing to do with cpanel ! you should check out the whmcs forums. Having said that, try emptying the templates_c cache directory.
     
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  3. MKWH

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    Thank's for the info. I have tried that but it dont work.
     
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    Simply uploading a php.ini file is not going to resolve an issue. Have you asked your hosting provider for more details on what content they are suggesting you add? Note that you will likely receive better feedback from the WHMCS support forums for this type of issue.

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