I've tried about everything I can find here in the forums to fix this but all to no avail. I've setup a new install and I'm using the version up to the latest release within my support date which is v. 2.5.11.
All checks are coming up "Yes" and api and integration all are good in Joomla 3.3.6. I've tried every setting in the advanced tab on and off. I've tried firefox 33 and IE 10. I am attaching a screenshot of the m=jwhmcs rendering which is empty while debug is On in both jwhmcs-joomla and jwhmcs-whmcs.
Is the API able to connect up from WHMCS to Joomla? Also, can you verify that the page that is being retrieved by J!WHMCS is a public page and not a registered page? If it's requiring a login that would cause it to fail to render anything back.
The API is connected but now the Addons are not showing up in WMCS. They are present, active and configured but suddenly don't show up under the Addons menu. The files are still on the server and they're present in the DB. I have the menu item set to the Main Menu -> WHMCS Client Area which is public.
I noticed that when I'm at ~joomla.foo/whmcs/ that the page source is completely absent any template data such as joomla/template/templatename/css/style.css.
Note: I'm using the same theme as your demo site.
The administrator has disabled public write access.
All systems are go but no visual integration
2 years 3 weeks ago #7013
The API is connected but now the Addons are not showing up in WMCS. They are present, active and configured but suddenly don't show up under the Addons menu.
This sounds like the addons need to be assigned to your administrator role. Within WHMCS > Setup > Addon Modules, click on the 'Configure' button next to the J!WHMCS Integrator. Be sure your administrator group (typically Full Administrator) is checked. If not, check it and hit save. It should then show up at the top under Addons.
I also suspect this is causing the visual integration not to work - if you don't have access to configure the product on the WHMCS side of things, it won't be complete. The settings in Joomla are only half of the product install I'm afraid.