WordPress Manager For WHMCS

WordPress Manager For WHMCS

Developed By ModulesGarden

Compatible with WHMCS v8.10

ModulesGarden WordPress Manager For WHMCS will provide your clients with a sought-after capability to install and manage WordPress instances in detail without the bother of ever leaving your WHMCS.

Simply pick cPanel, DirectAdmin or Plesk hosting products that will feature WordPress-aimed tools handled through either Softaculous or WP Toolkit - that's all it takes to let your customers remotely add clean installations or custom installation scripts. They will gain effortless control over all existing instances via a classic list that can be converted into an extended view, offering screen grabs and instant access to action tools. Specifically, your clients will be free not only to monitor various installation details but essentially, browse through and activate plugins, manage themes and assign them into packages, generate backups, and perform system updates. Additionally, they will have the possibility to automatically upgrade WordPress installations, plugins, and themes, as well as create staging WordPress instances for testing purposes to be pushed live at any later moment. At the same time, you will be empowered to enable automatic WordPress installation upon creating a new service, as well as customize the range of features available in the client area. The module will also allow convenient access to the control panel and cache clearing, one-click installation of Let's Encrypt SSL certificates, or even a quick mechanism to clone the installation to a different domain.

Take the hassle out of using WordPress and fit the handling of this CMS into your own WHMCS system. Get hold of WordPress Manager For WHMCS to steal the hearts of your audience and be the envy of all the competition in the web hosting industry - and deservedly so!

Admin Area Features:

  • View Active WordPress Installations, Clients And Products Summary
  • View WordPress Installations List
  • Choose Supported Products:
    • Select API To Use:
      • Softaculous Auto Installer
      • WP Toolkit
    • Select Available Installation Scripts
    • Select Available Plugin Packages
    • Select Available Instance Images
    • Automatically Install:
      • WordPress After Service Creation:
        • Based On Installation Script
        • Based On Instance Image
      • Plugin Packages
      • Theme Packages
    • Toggle Blocked Plugins And Themes
    • Toggle Automatic Deletion Of Blocked Plugins And Themes
    • Set Scan Interval For Blacklists Cleaner
    • Define Default Theme To Be Enabled After Installation
    • Choose Custom Plugins And Themes Available To Clients
    • Choose Instance Images Available To Clients
    • Toggle Permission To Delete WordPress Auto-Installation
    • Define Protocol For WordPress Auto-Installation
    • Select Welcome Email Template
    • Define Installation Limit Per Hosting Account
    • Define Update WordPress Notification Mail Interval
    • Select Update WordPress Email Template
    • Toggle Debug Logs
    • Add/Remove Selected Plugins From Blacklist:
      • Prevent Blacklisted Plugins From Being Installed By Clients
      • Remove Blacklisted Plugins From Current Installations
    • Add/Remove Selected Themes From Blacklist:
      • Prevent Blacklisted Themes From Being Installed By Clients
      • Remove Blacklisted Themes From Current Installations
    • Define Client Area Features:
      • Management Options
      • Action Options
  • Plugins:
    • Create Plugin Packages:
      • Enter Package Name And Description
      • Choose Available Plugins
    • Add Custom Plugins
  • Themes:
    • Create Theme Packages:
      • Enter Package Name And Description
      • Choose Available Themes
    • Add Custom Themes
  • Create Instance Images:
    • From Local Or External Installation Source
    • Public Or Private
  • Access Module Tasks List And Logs
  • Provide Google API Token For PageSpeed Insights
  • Define Allowed Protocols For WordPress Instances To Be Used In Client Area
  • Enable Extended View Of Instances List

Client Area Features:

  • View/Create/Edit/Delete WordPress Installations:
    • Using Simple List Of Instances
    • Using Extended View With Instances Preview Screenshots
  • View/Create/Edit/Delete WordPress Installations On Your Resellers Accounts:
    • cPanel
    • DirectAdmin
  • Update Selected WordPress Installations To Newest Version In One Batch
  • Import WordPress Installation From Remote Server:
    • FTP Based Import
    • Username/Password Based Import
  • Create WordPress Installation Based On Instance Image
  • Log In To Admin Panel Of WordPress Instances
  • Receive Email Notifications And Get Visual Alerts When WordPress Update Is Available
  • View Installation Details:
    • Domain And URL
    • Product On Which Is Installed
    • WordPress Version
    • Site Name
    • Creation Date
    • Directory Path
    • Database Access Details
    • Debug Status
    • Instance Status
    • SSL Certificate Expiration Date
  • View Website Details Based On Google "PageSpeed Insights":
    • Desktop And Mobile Screengrab Thumbnails Of Website
    • General Performance Information
    • Page Statistics
    • Opportunities
    • Audit Passed Successfully
    • Diagnostics
  • Manage Installation:
    • Create/Restore/Download/Delete WordPress Backups
    • Browse/Install/Manage Themes
      • Search And Install Themes Directly From WordPress.com Base
      • Preview Theme Before Installation
      • Activate/Deactivate Installed Themes
      • Update Installed Themes
    • Browse, Install And Manage Plugins
      • Search And Install Plugins Directly From WordPress.com Base
      • Activate/Deactivate Installed Plugins
      • Update Installed Plugins
    • Browse And Install Plugin Packages
    • Perform Bulk Changes On Themes, Plugins, And Backups
    • View/Create/Edit/Delete WP Config Records
    • View/Create/Edit/Delete WordPress User Accounts With Specified Privileges
  • Perform Actions:
    • Log In To Control Panel
    • Access Credentials Setup
    • Clear Cache
    • Clone To New Domain
    • Update To Newest Version
    • Change Domain
    • Toggle Auto Upgrade Of:
      • WordPress Installation
      • WordPress Plugins
      • WordPress Themes
    • Create Staging
    • Push Staging To Live Environment
    • Enable/Disable SSL
    • Enable/Disable Debug Mode
    • Enable/Disable Maintenance Mode
    • Create Instance Image
    • Delete
  • Single Sing-On Into WordPress Panel From Product View

Supported Modules:

  • cPanel (Root Access Required)
  • cPanel Extended
  • DirectAdmin (Admin Account Required)
  • DirectAdmin Extended
  • Plesk (Root Access Required)
  • Plesk Extended

Supported Integrations:

  • Softaculous Auto Installer - Premium (cPanel, Plesk, DirectAdmin)
  • WP Toolkit (cPanel, Plesk) - View Wiki To See Differences In Support

General Info:

  • Automatic Let's Encrypt SSL Installation (DirectAdmin Only)
  • Fully Integrated With Lagom WHMCS Client Theme
  • Multi-Language Support
  • Supports PHP 8.1 Back To PHP 7.4
  • Supports WHMCS Themes "Six" And "Twenty-One"
  • Supports WHMCS V8.10 Back To WHMCS V8.8
  • Requires ionCube Loader V12 Or Later
  • Easy Module Upgrade To Open Source Version

 

Reviews

5 stars
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4 stars
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guy @guy1291

June 15, 2023 at 04:33:13 PM

WordPress Manager is an excellent software product that makes managing WordPress websites a breeze. With its intuitive user interface, users can easily manage multiple WordPress websites from a single dashboard. The product offers a wide range of features, including automated backups, security scans, and plugin updates, which help keep websites secure and up-to-date. The product's customer support is also top-notch, with a team of knowledgeable and friendly professionals always ready to assist users with any questions or issues. Overall, I highly recommend WordPress Manager to anyone looking for an efficient and reliable solution to manage their WordPress websites.

  • 1 year ago
  • Version Number 1.8.2

Mike Vassileiou @mike4351

June 13, 2023 at 01:15:11 PM

Great module and very helpful for WP installations

  • 1 year ago
  • Version Number 1.8.2

Robert W @robert4189

March 29, 2023 at 03:02:47 PM

As a WordPress user, I have been absolutely blown away by the WordPress Manager for WHMCS. This plugin has completely transformed the way I manage my WordPress websites and has made my job so much easier.

Firstly, the WordPress Manager for WHMCS is incredibly user-friendly and easy to use. It has a sleek and intuitive interface that makes it simple to manage multiple WordPress installations from a single location. This has saved me a lot of time and hassle, as I no longer have to log in to each website individually to make updates.

The plugin also provides a wide range of features and functionalities that have allowed me to customize my WordPress installations to suit my specific needs. I have been able to manage themes, plugins, and even perform backups and restorations all from within the WordPress Manager for WHMCS. This has been a real game-changer for me, as I now have complete control over my WordPress websites in one place.

Additionally, the support from the team at WHMCS has been outstanding. They have been quick to respond to any questions or concerns I've had, and have been very helpful in resolving any issues I've encountered. This level of support is truly impressive and has given me a lot of confidence in using this plugin.

Overall, I would highly recommend the WordPress Manager for WHMCS to anyone looking for a powerful and user-friendly tool to manage their WordPress installations. It's an excellent plugin that has made a real difference to my work, and I would give it a well-deserved 5-star rating.

  • 1 year ago
  • Version Number 1.8.2

Richard Madison @richard1130

November 24, 2022 at 05:05:34 PM

I would buy this module just for the WordPress staging feature, which simplifies things for our customers. Add to this all of the amazing other features, and buying this is a no-brainer. This module increases our customers' satisfaction with our hosting and leads to less churn. Thanks MG.

  • 1 year ago
  • Version Number 1.8.0

LUIZ AMÉRICO DOS SANTOS @luizamrico6030

December 10, 2021 at 07:32:34 PM

We have been customers of ModulesGarden for a few years and we have been following its growth and also the evolution of its modules. Today we already use many of the modules, more than 10, and WordPress Manager is a strong partner in our business model. The module has improved a lot. Our customers loved the interface and many replaced the softaculos for WordPress Manager. The module works very well and has been improving and fixing bugs over time. There are still some things missing, like being able to create a plugin pack with custom plugins and not just WordPress.org. Improving the translation, because with each insertion of new features, there is a lot to translate and this has been a lot of work. But if your language is English this won't be a problem. We use Lagom Theme and the complete integration with Lagom is seamless. We are very satisfied. WordPress Manager was not the first product we purchased. But it was the main encouragement for us to gain confidence in MadulesGarden and today we enjoy the use of more than 10 of its modules. You can buy. It's 5 stars for sure. Their support has improved a lot too and you should take the time difference into account. We had a lot of trouble with that, until we understood that they are in Poland, friend. And there is a difference of 05 or 06 hours here for us. When we understand this, the support time has already been considerably resolved. We have been very well attended. And I must mention the documentation. Everything is well documented for you to be able to do a smooth installation and updates. We never had problems with installation or updates. I think that's it.

  • 2 years ago
  • Version Number 1.7.0

Businezz 99 @Businezz99

November 8, 2021 at 12:48:47 PM

It's a good concept to manage wordpress installation from the client area, but unfortunately my clients found it hard to use since was requiring php memory limit tp be increased to be able to see their installed themes and plugins. I don't know if im the only one with this issue, but non experts clients found it difficult to use.

Joanna Byjoś @JoannaModulesGarden

November 8, 2021 at 03:33:19 PM

Let me leave a word of explanation here in addition to what I already made clear via ticket. Thanks to your feedback, WordPress Manager For WHMCS has been updated with optimizations aimed specifically at the particular area of operation that your clients may have previously found problematic. Please feel free to reach me anytime, and I will gladly provide you with a free dev license so you can experiment with this new functionality before introducing it officially to your clients.

Owner@ModulesGarden  
  • 2 years ago
  • Version Number 1.6.3

Dylan Jackson @dylan6920

August 12, 2021 at 11:33:19 PM

Really good plugin for managing Wordpress inside the client area of WHMCS. If allowing your clients to create staging sites, install or backup their wordpress websites right inside the client area sounds good to you, then this module is what you need. The team behind it is also extremely professional and helpful should you ever need it.

  • 2 years ago
  • Version Number 1.6.1

InfoBahn Sales @infobahn7009

April 26, 2021 at 12:42:36 PM

Great products, works as advertised. When we suggested some features to this module they were kind enough to add it to their roadmap.

  • 3 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.4
  • Edited

A G @alexis5997

April 7, 2021 at 10:34:37 PM

We are users of ModulesGarden, of this particular module for several years. In general terms, this module is part of the core of our line of business, it is vital to our offer and it is great.

Certainly, with certain updates it tends to present bugs, however the ModulesGarden support has evolved for the better over time and we are quite satisfied with this module.

  • 3 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.4

E.J. A @ernie1996

April 2, 2021 at 11:21:19 AM

Having being Impressed by their coding practices and great design in their products, I've already purchased about 3 of their modules - cPanel Extended, WordPress Manager, and DNS manager. Their modules are superior to any of their competitors and they have a knowledgeable team that can assist with the configurations of modules. Above satisfied!

  • 3 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.4

Hamed @hamed2279

March 8, 2021 at 05:24:47 PM

This module give clients a best user experience and reduced a lot of tickets that are submitting.
Great experience and recommend to everyone.

  • 3 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.4

Ganje Host @hamze3147

March 8, 2021 at 04:48:55 PM

It is about 1 year that we have installed this module. in this 1 year this module has reduced tickets that are opening in technical department.
I highly recommend this efficient module...

  • 3 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.4

Yuri Karamian @yuri3009

December 19, 2020 at 02:42:58 PM

Great experience for the user and nice to have features.
5 stars, as the module deserves.

  • 3 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.3

Brian Z @brian7625

December 4, 2020 at 06:28:02 PM

This module saved us a ton of manual work to offer our clients a much better user experience. I just hope they soon restore the integration with the latest cPanel Extended module.

  • 3 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.3

Thomas G. @thomas3584

December 2, 2020 at 02:12:22 PM

A great module for hosting providers who centralize around WordPress. This module integrates with ModuleGarden's other module cPanel Extended which I highly recommend for all cPanel hosting providers.

  • 3 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.3

Ravi Raj @ravi2272

November 24, 2020 at 05:24:16 PM

Highly recommended product for hosting provider to make WordPress easy to handle using WHMCS itself. works smoothly with no issues so far it's effective to use and provider focused function on WHMCS itself.

  • 3 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.3

Aubrey Clark @aubrey4662

August 17, 2020 at 03:53:59 PM

This is an addendum to my prior review.

As a web designer since 2000 I have dealt with a lot of customer service nightmares. Some are due to language barriers, some are due to the company simply offering customer service as a second though and some are due to incompetence.

Module Gardens customer service is all three. It is easily the worst customer service that I have ever encountered.

I will give you a brief description of my CURRENT issue, this is not addressing the issues that have been ongoing since the inception of this plugin, this is just my current issue.

We changed from cPanel to Direct Admin on July 23rd. After the switch I decided that I would PAY modules Garden ($49) to reinstall their Wordpress module for me since I was already dealing with a learning curve from moving to DirectAdmin.

As of this writing, 8-17-20 we still do not have a working product. I am not going to spend the time listing the countless times we have had to try to get them to fix all of the errors and set the cron so that the module works because it's well over a dozen times.

The person who replies to this from Module Gardens is going to tell you that we did not give them full server access. We Did. In fact, we have given them access on three different occasions. Once when we signed up (through their password dropdown) Next in the body of our ticket and finally we replied to the ticket and let a copy of our credential 150 times so that we were sure they could not miss it for the third time.

My review above from 8 months ago was harsh because we had a similar problem with them. The company apologized, gave us half price on the product and installed it correctly. We altered our review at their request.

It is apparent that that bad experience was not the exception, but it is the rule with ModulesGarden.

DO NOT GET THIS PRODUCT UNLESS YOU ARE PREPARED TO HAVE PROBLEMS AT EVERY SERVER CHANGE, AND FOR IT TO NOT DO ALL OF THE FEATURES THAT IT CLAIMS IT WILL DO.

I have documentation of everything I have said, and sooooo much more.

Joanna Byjoś @JoannaModulesGarden

April 13, 2021 at 09:37:17 AM

Aubrey, back in 2020 we put in place unique compensatory measures to respectfully address the inconvenience, and afterwards made countless attempts to discuss this further with you - every single one of the messages can be easily reviewed in our client area. Hopefully this brief note will encourage you to answer our emails as we remain resolute to reach a conflict-free settlement.

Owner@ModulesGarden  
  • 3 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.1

Kevin Perrow @kperrow

June 29, 2020 at 11:34:34 PM

This is such a unique and awesome module for WHMCS if your business is WordPress focused.

  • 4 years ago
  • Version Number 1.5.0

John Cook @john5199

May 24, 2020 at 12:06:51 AM

It has some nice features but isn't a complete product. It has a major design flaw that makes it unworkable in one situation. If wordpress is configured to install on hosting account module creation it doesn't include a username or password, and those details are then missing from the email.
Support hasn't been spectacular either. The entire free trial was wasted waiting for a reply, so it has now cost them a $100 a year sale.
A disappointing experience and result as I genuinely like another product of theirs I'm using

Joanna Byjoś @JoannaModulesGarden

April 13, 2021 at 07:53:17 AM

Hi John! Your last emails let me believe that you felt willing to give WordPress Manager For WHMCS another try, especially since the feature you requested was implemented into the module back in July 2020. I have been trying to fix you up with a free trial for the last few months, but sadly cannot seem to reach you. If you see this reply - please get in touch!

Owner@ModulesGarden  
  • 4 years ago
  • Version Number 1.4.1

Aubrey Clark @aubrey4662

December 16, 2019 at 02:41:35 PM

This plugin is amazing, there's nothing better on the WHMCS marketplace. They do have some work to do on their customer service, at least the person who was helping me. After my initial customer service experience, a supervisor got evolved and properly addressed our issue. I look forward to using other Modules Garden modules in the future.

  • 4 years ago
  • Version Number 1.4.0
  • Edited

Waranugraha @waranugraha6026

December 11, 2019 at 12:23:54 AM

Im very interested with this module, is there any free trial to try implemented this module on my web hosting?

  • 4 years ago
  • Version Number 1.4.0

maazouz @maazouz5247

July 24, 2019 at 03:16:47 PM

Hi,

I am looking for a module to create wordpress themes for my customers and make them available the essential plugins, is this one going to help me do that? and can you please provide me more photos to see closer how to do that.

thanks a lot for your response

Dominika Sondej @dominika7563

August 8, 2019 at 01:00:37 PM

You have definitely come to the right place! With WordPress Manager For WHMCS you can create fully customizable instance images and let customers add WordPress installations using these very images of WordPress.

You are most welcome to consult the module’s documentation which explains through both written instructions and screenshots how to do that: https://www.docs.modulesgarden.com/WordPress_Manager_For_WHMCS#Instance_Images

If you still have further questions about the module’s tools, we will love to have a chat with you via a ticket: https://www.modulesgarden.com/support/ticket/product-presales

Formerly@ModulesGarden  
  • 4 years ago
  • Version Number 1.3.2

Ashley Russell @ashley7058

July 16, 2019 at 06:56:31 AM

Great product and great support. Highly recommended.

  • 5 years ago
  • Version Number 1.3.2

Savas Network @savasnetwork

June 19, 2019 at 10:09:22 AM

We are using WordPress Manager for nearly 6 months. I can easily say that this is one of the most innovative plugin for WHMCS. Providing an user interface for developers and marketing companies to control multiple WordPress installations with one control panel is a powerful feature for web hosting business.

  • 5 years ago
  • Version Number 1.3.2

Kevin Lengele @kevin7085

April 24, 2019 at 07:06:43 PM

I have had no luck with ModuelGardens WordPress Manager or really any of their plugins. I would love that they really spend some time on WordPress Manger as it could be really useful. We have had lots of problems with WordPress Manager detecting WP installs. So far its junk and so is their support. I would not recommend this plugin or any of their plugins.

To be honest I think most of these reviews are not real reviews and have not even used their software.

Joanna Byjoś @JoannaModulesGarden

April 30, 2019 at 12:12:39 PM (Edited)

As explained via ticket, problems may occur if you keep using the module in a version that is not compatible with your version of WHMCS. However, according to your feedback shared with the WHMCS community, all encountered issues have already been successfully disposed of with the help of our team.

https://whmcs.community/topic/283645-cast-a-spell-on-your-audience-with-wordpress-manager-for-whmcs/?tab=comments#comment-1316009

Owner@ModulesGarden  
  • 5 years ago
  • Version Number 1.3.0

Che Guevara @che2881

April 12, 2019 at 07:30:55 AM

Not support Plesk.

Joanna Byjoś @JoannaModulesGarden

April 23, 2019 at 10:14:23 AM

Plesk integration has already been included in our official development schedule, and as such can be expected in the next module's updates.

Owner@ModulesGarden  
  • 5 years ago
  • Version Number 1.3.0

Taylor George @taylor3908

January 23, 2019 at 03:20:20 AM

Absolutely essential for so many reasons. I use this actually not for clients, but for my developers. I give them access to create those wordpress dev urls via this panel. Really great option to have inside of WHMCS.

  • 5 years ago
  • Version Number 1.2.1

Charles Hoagland @charles8203

September 25, 2018 at 04:13:17 PM

WordPress Manager for WHMCS is the tool we have been looking for. One of our favorites from MG. And we have quite of few of their products. Thanks Guy!

  • 5 years ago
  • Version Number 1.2.0

James Allsup @james2712

August 13, 2018 at 09:21:08 PM

WP Manager is excellent, we encourage our users to interact from our site instead of logging directly into cpanel and this really fits the bill. We have several products from Modules Garden and all are great - most also compliment each other in some ways too. Although WP is becoming more embedded with cpanel/whm and is available through the standard typical script installers - nothing offers a standard this high.

  • 5 years ago
  • Version Number 1.1.1

raviv Golov @ravvv

May 7, 2018 at 03:02:20 PM

Very bad support,
Code encrypted and hooks not responding,
Not recommended at all.

Joanna Byjoś @JoannaModulesGarden

May 11, 2018 at 01:46:01 PM

The module's code is encrypted because you have yourself purchased the license of WordPress Manager For WHMCS, and not its open source version. If you would like to gain access to the complete source code, you are always welcome to request the upgrade, whereby your license is switched into the lifetime-valid open source version of a module.

Owner@ModulesGarden  
  • 6 years ago
  • Version Number 1.0.1

Nicholas Sansom @My-Global-Solutions-Group

February 20, 2018 at 06:31:10 PM

The WordPress Manager for WHMCS, created and developed by the #1 Modules company "ModulesGarden" is just fantastic, it has been really efficient and also provided our support team with new ways to provide quick turn around support to our customers.

This module is highly recommended and I can't wait to see what other features are added in future versions.

  • 6 years ago
  • Version Number 1.0

Version Compatibility


Compatible with WHMCS v8.10

Full Version Compatibility


  • Selected versions of WHMCS v8.10
        8.10.0
  • Selected versions of WHMCS v8.9
        8.9.0
  • Selected versions of WHMCS v8.8
        8.8.0

Support for this product

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.

Developed By ModulesGarden

Changelog

v2.2.0 Released May 23rd, 2024

Latest Version


  • New Feature: Import WordPress instances from a remote server by providing the WordPress login URL, admin username, and password - case #925
  • New Feature: Notifications with the current WordPress instance status are displayed in the client area if any action is currently performed on it - case #955
  • New Feature: Specify the "Site Title" when creating a WordPress installation from the instance image or importing from a remote server
  • Improvement: Adjusted support for specific product custom fields to better reflect their equivalent names in WordPress API
  • Improvement: Reduced number of pre-filled form details required when using the instance image
  • Improvement: Maintenance update and stability optimizations
  • Changed: Renamed the "Site Name" field to "Site Title" in various places
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V8.7 and previous
  • Bug Fix: Adjusted "Request body" code sent to API when creating an instance "Based on Installation Script" via WP Toolkit - case #940
  • Bug Fix: Editing an instance image in the admin area will no longer cause its status to be automatically changed to "public"
  • Bug Fix: Resolved specific problem with installing WordPress instances via Softaculous on DirectAdmin server version 1.661 and above - case #745, #952
  • Bug Fix: Corrected WordPress address and site address URLs set in its "General Settings" that might have been invalid after instance migration - case #954
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated issue where "Installation Scripts" might not be available when using WP Toolkit integration on the Plesk server
  • Bug Fix: Fixed "client does not exist" error that might occur when adding a WordPress instance with a Plesk Extended For WHMCS product - case #966
  • Bug Fix: Resolved "No Such Installation" error that could appear when using the "Control Panel" sign-in button on the DirectAdmin reseller account - case #957
  • Bug Fix: Other code corrections, language and UI adjustments

 

Previous Versions


v2.1.1 Released December 20th, 2023

View/hide detailed changelog

  • New Feature: WHMCS V8.9 support
  • Improvement: The "Change Domain" action will now instantly enable SSL mode if available - case #896
  • Improvement: Performing specific actions on the instance will now trigger an automatic refresh of the installations list - case #901
  • Improvement: Added possibility to set the "ipServerWhmcs" parameter in the "configuration.yml" file, allowing to overwrite the server IP address returned by WHMCS - case #897
  • Changed: Backup notes will no longer be displayed for WP Toolkit integration, as they are not supported by that API
  • Changed: The cache will now be automatically refreshed after activating the instance theme
  • Changed: Updated code for cPanel/WHM integration - if in use, it is highly recommended to upgrade your cPanel with the "uploadToWHM" directory and running their installation script file again after performing the module upgrade
  • Bug Fix: Corrected specific synchronization issue with Softaculous on cPanel server - case #859
  • Bug Fix: Search for WordPress installations will no longer return all instances if the searching phrase is not found - case #900
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated problem with an invalid "Installed Path" when adding an "Instance Image" that was already created in DirectAdmin - case #898
  • Bug Fix: "Installations Scripts" will no longer be searched for once the WP Toolkit integration is enabled - case #903
  • Bug Fix: Corrected various connection issues with Plesk integration - case #904
  • Bug Fix: Fixed problem with searching for installations by their URLs on the "Extended View" - case #905
  • Bug Fix: Solved issue with the "Call to a member function get() on array in /(...)/Traits/Fields.php:141" error that could occur when adding or editing an instance image - case #906
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated error in the synchronization cron job that could occur after switching API integrations
  • Bug Fix: Added validation for missing characters in the user creation fields
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections, language and UI improvements

 

v2.1.0 Released September 6th, 2023

View/hide detailed changelog

  • New Feature: WHMCS V8.8 support
  • New Feature: Integration with WP Toolkit for Plesk
    • Note: Refer to our Wiki to see the differences between Softaculous and WP Toolkit supported features
  • Improvement: Implemented language overrides support, enabling the utilization of customized translations
  • Improvement: Added "Setup" switcher in the product settings to choose whether to allow clients to access this section (WP Toolkit only)
  • Changed: The option to change the domain name will not be allowed in the case of main domains - case #889
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V8.5 and previous
  • Bug Fix: Resolved issue where the module incorrectly loaded the Symfony vendor from Report Generator For WHMCS instead of using the module's own vendor - case #834
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated "Call to undefined method" error that could occur while attempting to use auto-login to the WordPress control panel on DirectAdmin installations - case #872
  • Bug Fix: Resolved issue where the "Instance Image" button was inaccessible in the extended view when all instance images were set to private - case #891
  • Bug Fix: Corrected "Push To Live" option for staging instances that could cause critical errors - case #883
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated conflict error that could prevent module access from the client area - case #859
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections

 

v2.0.0 Released July 5th, 2023

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  • New Feature: Integration with WP Toolkit for cPanel/WHM
    • Note: Refer to our Wiki to see the differences between Softaculous and WP Toolkit supported features
  • Improvement: Adjusted appearance of several pop-up windows
  • Bug Fix: Corrected functionality of "Select All" and other toggles used in the client area features configuration - case #704, #783
  • Bug Fix: Restored missing search bar on the "Extended View" - case #792
  • Bug Fix: Fixed issue where the instance creation date could be displayed as "00/00/0000" after synchronization - case #830
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated fatal error that could occur after removing one of the instances from the Plesk panel - case #848
  • Bug Fix: Resolved problem with the "Script not found" error that could appear for cPanel products if the "Installation Scripts" field was left empty
  • Bug Fix: Fixed issues with restoring backups on PHP 8.1
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections

 

v1.8.2 Released March 29th, 2023

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V8.7 support
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V8.3 and previous
  • Removed: Support for PHP 7.3 version
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated number of errors from the cron job caused by the PHP in version 8.1 - case #826, #833
  • Bug Fix: Solved problem with missing "WordPress Management" URL in the product sidebar when using "Lagom WHMCS Client Theme" - case #831
  • Bug Fix: Fixed case that caused the "AutoInstallScriptJob public function handle($text) must be compatible" error - case #827
  • Bug Fix: Prevented "Unknown named parameter $hostingId" and "TypeError" errors that might have occurred during the cron job execution - case #822, case #818
  • Bug Fix: Resolved problems with WordPress instances synchronization that could be caused by the Plesk integration and invalid authorization - case #821, #824
  • Bug Fix: Fixed SQL problem that could prevent the addon module activation
  • Bug Fix: Changing the domain will no longer incorrectly multiply the "s" character in specific "https://" URLs - case #825
  • Bug Fix: Solved issue that caused problems with adding extra plugins into the package - case #818
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections

 

v1.8.1 Released December 1st, 2022

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V8.6 support
  • New Feature: Support for PHP 8.1 version
  • Improvement: Added support for "Overwrite Directory" toggle to replace the content of already existing catalog when performing instance installation - case #789
  • Changed: Requires ionCube Loader V12 or later
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V8.2 and previous
  • Removed: Support for PHP 7.2 version
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated "WordpressManager_Commands params cannot be null" errors - case #775
  • Bug Fix: Resolved problems with searching for plugins and themes that stopped working due to API changes - case #777
  • Bug Fix: Corrected cron synchronization for the reseller type of products - case #790
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections

 

v1.8.0 Released May 5th, 2022

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V8.5 support
  • New Feature: Enable WordPress debug mode from the instance actions menu
  • New Feature: If an SSL certificate is installed on the instance, its expiration date will be now displayed in the installation details section
  • Improvement: Added pagination to the instances list displayed within the "Extended View"
  • Removed: Test installation is no longer required in the initial module configuration to allow searching plugins and themes
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V8.0 and previous
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated "Too many positional arguments" error that might have occurred when the "Display Name" field contained a "space" white character in the user creation window - case #756
  • Bug Fix: Fixed "Could not login with specified FTP details" error that could occur in the "Auto Install Instance Image" task - case #769
  • Bug Fix: Added "&" to the character validation when trying to use it in the installed domain
  • Bug Fix: Corrected numeric validation of certain product details configuration fields that allowed to enter unsupported decimal values
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections, language, and UI adjustments

 

v1.7.1 Released January 14th, 2022

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V8.4 support
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated "ms - category" notes displayed in the website's General Information section in case no related details are available in Google "PageSpeed Insights" statistics - case #734
  • Bug Fix: Corrected cPanel Extended For WHMCS integration to display "WordPress Manager" in the sidebar menu when using certain custom WHMCS themes - case #744
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections

 

v1.7.0 Released November 4th, 2021

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  • New Feature: Extended View - an option to enable brand new look of the instances list with the site screen thumbnails and action tools
  • New Feature: Website Details - clients can now view detailed Google "PageSpeed Insights" statistics directly in your client area
  • New Feature: Maintenance Mode - allow clients to temporarily close their websites to carry out instance conservation
  • New Feature: Users management - clients can now view and create WordPress user accounts with specified permission roles
  • Improvement: Plugins and themes ratings will be now rounded up to the full percentage values without decimal points - case #642
  • Improvement: WordPress language will be now automatically detected and set as client's when installing instances on the DirectAdmin or Plesk panels - case #591
  • Improvement: Assorted adjustments related to cron execution
  • Bug Fix: Other code corrections, language, and UI improvements

 

v1.6.3 Released October 6th, 2021

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V8.3 support

 

v1.6.2 Released August 31st, 2021

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  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V7.10 and previous
  • Bug Fix: Fixed problem where some WordPress instances could be missing when using the reseller account for synchronization - case #664

 

v1.6.1 Released June 29th, 2021

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  • Bug Fix: Fixed issue that might have caused problems with loading lang records from the language file - case #662

 

v1.6.0 Released June 24th, 2021

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  • New Feature: "Twenty-One" theme support
  • New Feature: "Default Theme" option - choose which of the WordPress templates shall be enabled after installation - case #635
  • New Feature: Added shortcuts that allow single sign-on into WordPress admin panel from the list of instances installations as well as from the product's sidebar menu - case #630, #640
  • New Feature: Choose whether to allow clients to delete WordPress installations that have been installed automatically - case #636
  • New Feature: Clients can choose if the "Auto Upgrade" option updates the WordPress instance to "Minor" versions only or to either "Minor" or "Major" versions - case #612
  • New Feature: Clients can now add notes when creating instance backups - case #413
  • Improvement: Generated admin passwords for installations will be now more complex to comply with higher cPanel password strength requirements - case #647
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections and improvements

 

v1.5.5 Released June 1st, 2021

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V8.2 support
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V7.9 and previous
  • Removed: Support for PHP 7.1 version
  • Bug Fix: Prevented "cURL Error: Could not resolve host" error that might have occurred when trying to use a module with the DirectAdmin server - case #650
  • Bug Fix: Fixed problem where some fields of product configuration could overlay each other if many elements were selected at once - case #643
  • Bug Fix: Resolved issue with disabling the "Multisite" functionality
  • Bug Fix: Resolved server performance impact created by executing synchronization cron - case #637
  • Bug Fix: Eliminated bug that might have caused trouble with accessing the addon module from the admin area - case #634

 

v1.5.4 Released January 14th, 2021

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V8.1 support
  • Changed: Session tokens will be now used for cPanel API authorization instead of a user and password
  • Bug Fix: Fixed "No such file or directory" error for Plesk if "filemng" was located in different than the default directory - case #625
  • Bug Fix: Solved problems with listing WordPress instances for reseller's clients - case #622
  • Bug Fix: Resolved certain security issues

 

v1.5.3 Released November 10th, 2020

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  • Improvement: Optimized performance of the module
  • Changed: To reduce the number of generated logs by the module, the old entries will be now automatically deleted after one month by the cron job - case #608
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V7.8 and previous
  • Bug Fix: If the WordPress installation is moved manually to another directory, the synchronization cron will now update its URL to the new path accordingly - case #607
  • Bug Fix: Prevented overlapping cron executions on each other - case #618
  • Bug Fix: Resolved certain compatibility issues with the PHP 7.4 version - case #616, #619
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections

 

v1.5.2 Released August 19th, 2020

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V8.0 and PHP 7.4 support
  • Removed: Support for PHP 7.0 and previous

 

v1.5.1 Released July 27th, 2020

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  • New Feature: Set username and password for WordPress auto-installation using the "wp_username" and "wp_password" product custom fields (clean installations only) - case #589
  • Changed: Automatically installed plugins from packages will be now automatically set as activated after their installation - case #585
  • Bug Fix: Fixed issue with installing WordPress instance on newly created subdomains in DirectAdmin - case #584
  • Bug Fix: Corrected problem with setting the language for WordPress auto-installation on cPanel - case #588
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections

 

v1.5.0 Released June 10th, 2020

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  • New Feature: Available notifications about the new WordPress version - send email messages to clients and display alerts next to their WordPress instances when new versions are available to update - case #82
  • New Feature: Client Area Features - define which actions can be performed by clients and choose which features they can manage in their client areas - case #113
  • New Feature: Themes blacklist - select themes that will not be accessible to clients - case #462
  • New Feature: Limit the number of WordPress installations per hosting account - case #478
  • New Feature: Create custom plugins and themes that can be installed by clients outside the official WordPress sources
  • New Feature: Define allowed protocols for WordPress installations - case #555, #559
  • New Feature: Define default protocols for WordPress automatic installation after the service creation - case #558
  • Improvement: Clients can now remove their WordPress installations in bulk using the "Delete" button from the mass actions menu
  • Bug Fix: Resolved issues with creating staging instances and push them to live on the reseller's account - case #548
  • Bug Fix: Fixed problem with inability to use the main domain when creating a staging instance as a reseller - case #549
  • Bug Fix: Solved case that might have caused "cPanel Reseller UAPI error: Error: This does not seem to be a WordPress install" issue - case #556
  • Bug Fix: Other code corrections and slight UI improvements

 

v1.4.1 Released April 23rd, 2020

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V7.10 support
  • New Feature: Set language for WordPress auto-installation using the "wpmanager_language|Language" product custom field - case #534
  • Improvement: Added notification if plugin extension was not installed on given control panel - case #538
  • Improvement: If the "Instance Image" is left as empty in the product configuration, then this feature will not appear in the client area - #540
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V7.7 and previous
  • Bug Fix: Resolved problem with executing cron job tasks if PHP on the server has been set to different timezone than the database - case #527
  • Bug Fix: Solved problem with the "ModulesGarden\WordpressManager\App\Jobs\ModuleConstants' not found" error - case #528
  • Bug Fix: Fixed case where multisite and staging instances might have been enabled by default after the WordPress installation - case #529
  • Bug Fix: Non-latin characters will be now properly displayed from the language file - case #534
  • Bug Fix: When installing WordPress with subdomain, the "public_html" directory will no longer be suggested by default - case #536

 

v1.4.0 Released December 4th, 2019

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V7.9 support
  • New Feature: Plesk and Plesk Extended For WHMCS support
  • New Feature: Themes Packages - create bundles of chosen WordPress themes to install them in one batch on WordPress installation
  • New Feature: Auto Install - automatically install WordPress after the service creation based on the selected script or instance image
  • New Feature: Select welcome email templates that will be sent to the client after automatic WordPress installation
  • New Feature: Choose which of plugin packages should be automatically installed on WordPress installation
  • New Feature: Clients can now batch updates of their WordPress installations using mass actions
  • Improvement: By default, the WordPress language on the installation window will be now selected basing on the language chosen by clients in their profiles - case #495
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V7.6 and previous
  • Bug Fix: Resolved issue with setting other than the default language for WordPress installation - case #494
  • Bug Fix: Other minor code corrections and language adjustments

 

v1.3.3 Released September 24th, 2019

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V7.8 support
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V7.5 and previous
  • Bug Fix: Fixed "You cannot park a domain on top of itself" error that might have occurred when importing subdomain from a remote server - case #482
  • Bug Fix: Resolved issue with the "API: server's IP or host is empty" error that might have occurred during cron job synchronization - case #483
  • Bug Fix: Solved issue with importing WordPress instances by cron when the "Installation Scrips" field was left empty in the product settings - case #484
  • Bug Fix: Corrected problem of importing instance with "Installation Scripts" when creating a custom installation - case #485
  • Bug Fix: "Custom" toggle status will be now properly set during the instance image edition
  • Bug Fix: Fixed problem with PHP fatal error that might have occurred during cron job synchronization on certain former PHP versions - case #493

 

v1.3.2 Released May 16th, 2019

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  • Bug Fix: Resolved compatibility issues with WHMCS V7.5 - case #480

 

v1.3.1 Released April 25th, 2019

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  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V7.4 and previous
  • Bug Fix: Fixed loading installation scripts if the API token and an invalid password were provided in the server's configuration - case #176
  • Bug Fix: Resolved SQL problem with "Column 'domain' cannot be null" that might have occurred during cron synchronization - case #468
  • Bug Fix: Corrected issue with cron synchronization during which not all the applications might have been imported - case #469
  • Bug Fix: Installations scripts based on the created instance image will be now properly imported by cron - case #470
  • Bug Fix: Corrected "https://wwww" to "https://www" in form values - case #473

 

v1.3.0 Released February 6th, 2019

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V7.7 and PHP 7.3 support
  • New Feature: Instance Images - allows you and your clients to create an instance image from any WordPress installation to easily add next WordPress instances based on it
  • New Feature: Plugin Packages - create bundles of chosen WordPress plugins to allow clients to install all of them in one batch
  • New Feature: Clients can now easily enable SSL to make their WordPress website use HTTPS protocol
  • New Feature: Let's Encrypt SSL certificate will be automatically installed upon enabling SSL by a client (DirectAdmin products only)
  • New Feature: Clients can now create a staging instance from a WordPress installation to test the upgrades or changes before pushing it to the live environment
  • New Feature: Import From Remote Server - clients can remotely import their WordPress installation from an external server to yours
  • New Feature: Introduced support for WordPress installations for cPanel and DirectAdmin resellers accounts and product types
  • Improvement: Clients can now use any custom domain when installing a new WordPress instance, changing the current domain or making an instance clone
  • Improvement: Look of the WordPress instance management page in the client area has been rebuilt
  • Improvement: View the "Enable SSL" requests in a dedicated "Tasks" section of the module addon
  • Removed: Support for WHMCS V7.3 and previous
  • Removed: Native theme integration with cPanel Extended For WHMCS module is temporarily not supported - to be restored in further updates
  • Bug Fix: Resolved issue with "Move Product/Service to Another Client" WHMCS functionality - case #191
  • Bug Fix: Assorted code tweak ups, corrections, and improvements

 

v1.2.1 Released November 22nd, 2018

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  • Bug Fix: Solved issue with loading the Installation Scripts list if the connection with cPanel server has been established with an API token
  • Bug Fix: Corrected obtaining configuration $params if the server has not been assigned to any server group
  • Bug Fix: Cases when deleting a WordPress installation with its directory and the database might not be finished completely, will no longer take place
  • Bug Fix: Fixed issue with a status indicator that might not always be properly displayed in the Product Settings in the module addon
  • Bug Fix: Corrected installation of WordPress instance with the Multisite option disabled
  • Bug Fix: Resolved compatibility issues with PHP 5.6
  • Bug Fix: Minor code corrections

 

v1.2.0 Released September 5th, 2018

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  • New Feature: Themes support - allow clients to find, preview and install themes directly from the WordPress database
  • New Feature: Plugins Blacklist - select plugins that will not be allowed to be installed by clients and automatically remove those already installed
  • Improvement: Clients can now view short descriptions of the plugin installation
  • Improvement: The notice about the need to begin a search in order to see the available plugins will now be hidden when the results are returned
  • Improvement: Minor UI corrections
  • Bug Fix: Assorted code alterations

 

v1.1.1 Released July 20th, 2018

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  • Bug Fix: Corrected 'WordPress Installation scripts not found' error when enabling the module for the product even in case WordPress has been properly activated in Softaculous installer

 

v1.1.0 Released June 6th, 2018

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  • New Feature: DirectAdmin and DirectAdmin Extended support
  • New Feature: Installation scripts - allow clients to select installations of pre-configured WordPress instances
  • New Feature: Auto upgrade WordPress installation, plugins and themes to the latest version when available
  • New Feature: View, create, edit and delete config records directly from the wp-config.php file
  • New Feature: Delete installed plugins
  • Improvement: More readable installation window
  • Improvement: Plugins available for installation are now sorted by active installation by default
  • Improvement: The database password can now be shown/hidden in the installation details
  • Improvement: Assorted UI and language corrections
  • Bug Fix: WordPress installation details now refresh properly after changing a domain
  • Bug Fix: Cron will now clean up unused WordPress instances from the database if they are already terminated or deleted
  • Bug Fix: Minor code refinements

 

v1.0.1 Released April 24th, 2018

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  • New Feature: WHMCS V7.5 support
  • New Feature: PHP 7.1 and 7.2 support
  • Improvement: Compatibility with cPanel Extended Manager For WHMCS (requires the module's 3.2.2 version)
  • Bug Fix: Loginizer plugin will be no longer enabled if it is not selected during the instance installation
  • Bug Fix: Resolved redirection error occurring in seldom cases while clicking on the 'Control Panel' icon - case #84

 

v1.0.0 Released February 7th, 2018

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  • Stable Release

 

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