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No matter if you are 21, 38 or 64 – there is a child hidden in every one of us. Probably the main reason why we all love the fun, and scare of the Halloween season so much! For one day we can all become whoever we want, and indulge ourselves in the consumption of crazy amounts of delicacies with clear conscience. But, out of concern for your well-being, today we have for you a…

Seeing the warm welcome our recently redesigned License Upgrade mechanism was met with, we decided to push things a bit further. Now it is time for the phase two of our completely new approach to open source products! The most notable difference that you can and will surely be excited to find is the base price of our decoded WHMCS modules available on the Product Marketplace. Most of them are now offered at considerably more…

It’s like finally, the official release date of WordPress 5.0 has been announced on WordPress.org.According to Gary Pendergast, the poetry writer of Automattic, the proposed release date of WordPress 5.0 is scheduled on 19th November 2018. However, the release has been postponed to 8 days later. Thus, everyone can expect to see the important and the biggest update latest on 27th November 2018! Nonetheless, there are also sources that indicate if things do not go smoothly as…

My professional life has revolved around the web hosting industry for nearly 10 years, focusing primarily on billing system integrations like WHMCS. With ModulesGarden, we’ve provided development services for over thousands of projects, created hundreds of official modules for WHMCS, and have had the pleasure of working with small to corporate-level customers in nearly every country across the globe. Much to my pride, this wealth of direct experience has been recently brought into a completely…

Seven years ago we had a clear-set vision of what type of company we wanted to be. A company which would leave an everlasting impact on the web hosting industry through setting new trends, shaping mindsets, and fostering innovation. And ever since then we have been on a mission to help companies worldwide live up to excellence in every possible dimension. It is therefore an unspeakable pleasure to announce that after years of steady growth,…

It is a heady joy that we feel at witnessing how more and more businesses fall under the spell of open source software. There is nothing quite like the freedom of modeling the code into the quality instrument that fits all your necessities like a glove, isn’t it? This upward trend eventually turned into a perfect impetus for ModulesGarden to make the transition process even easier and cost-effective. Ladies and gentlemen, we present you a…

The multifaceted business of reselling virtual servers is nowadays ruled by the insatiable demand for service optimization. Providers worldwide vie with each other, seeking ever different ways of supplying VMs innovatively, in a manner allowing them to extend the lead on the market. And the minute you think there is nothing else that could be possibly done to bolster your offer… software technology surprises you with a whole new scope for ingenuity. We live in…

Web hosting companies sell most of their services in the recurring billing model. Monitoring of such a business requires specialized metrics focused on tracing the growth in multiple dimensions. Lots of companies are not even aware of many measures crucial for analysis of a subscription business model, mostly because their billing systems, e.g. WHMCS, don’t offer these sorts of built-in reports. Therefore, I’ve decided to bring up the most important billing reports for web hosting…

Shared, VPS and dedicated server customers using Odin Plesk sometimes report inability to use SFTP. The error reported would be “Error: Fatal: unable to initialise SFTP on server: could not connect. Error: Could not connect to server“. SFTP allows customers to securely upload their website contents to the server, and protects them from password snooping. Failure to use SFTP forces them to use insecure channels. What is SFTP? SFTP is our regular FTP piggybacking on…