Social Login is a free extension for WHMCS. It allows your users to login and register with 40+ social networks.
Social Login is fully compliant with all European and U.S. data protection laws. As required by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) the OneAll Terms of Service include a Data Processing Agreement that we can countersign on request.
Social Login increases your WHMCS registration rate by simplifying the registration process for new users and provides permission-based social data retrieved from the social network profiles. Gather rich demographic information (age, gender, phone numbers ...) about your users without requiring them to fill out any forms. Obtain pre-validated email addresses and increase your data quality.
Social Login seamlessly integrates into your WHMCS shop so that you and your users don't have to start from scratch.
The Social Login setup and installation guide is available here:
Social Login for WHMCS is maintained by OneAll, a technology company offering a set of web-delivered tools and services to help integrating social networks into websites and mobile applications. OneAll is used by more than 300,000 websites worldwide, including small blogs, growing startups and large corporate enterprises.
Social Login, Social Network Login, Facebook Login, Apple Login, Twitter Login, LinkedIn Login, Google Login, Social Media Login, Social Networks Login, Social Login Extension, Amazon Login, Blogger Login, Disqus Login, Foursquare Login, Github Login, Instagram Login, LiveJournal Login, Odnoklassniki Login, OpenID Login, PayPal Login, Reddit Login, StackExchange Login, Steam Login, Vimeo Login, VK Login, Yahoo Login, YouTube Login
The best place to start if you need help with a specific product is to contact the developer. All WHMCS Marketplace developers have both a website and support URL listed.
Favicon manager module lets you add a favicon image to your WHMCS website.
Display social buttons to allow your customer sharing your website products and pages to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Reddit, etc
Sticky, or fixed, navigation is basically a website menu that is locked into place so that it does not disappear when the user scrolls down the page