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A mouse that bites

26 october 2018

This is the story of the purchase of my new mouse for office. The kind of mouse that has been crafted by professional for comfort and productivity. Of course I spent a lot. Round 1: Scroll wheel won't scroll I paid 80 € to get the mouse of a very popular brand made with «Premium materials» (mostly plastic). It immediately started to show what...

By Davide

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Better GDPR pop-ups in 3 steps

10 october 2018

I'm constantly being interrupted by pop-ups about GDPR and Cookie Law. I do care about my privacy, I read contracts, policies and think twice before selecting a checkbox.I myself have developed Cookie Bar and Online Contract in Billing Extension but enough is enough. Every time I visit a website I'm literally bombarded by gigantic pop-ups that cont...

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3 mistakes beginners make using WHMCS Ep.1

1 october 2018

Few days ago we discussed of the security risks in hosting WHMCS and a CMS on the same package. This time we want to bring you our first blog post series to establish best practices for WHMCS beginners. Here are one first top 3 don'ts. 1. Not to know Further Security Steps If you have a long experience with WHMCS, the expression Further Security...

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WHMCS and CMS on same Hosting Package

24 september 2018

I've seen it happening hundreds of times. People with hacked installations of WHMCS, convinced that it was all fault of WHMCS or of any of its modules. Then I connect via FTP to their server and see that they're sharing the same hosting package with another CMS like Wordpress or Joomla. You can't trust your neighbour Multiple systems on the same ...

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WHMCS Module with Plugins

19 september 2018

We're introducing a new concept in WHMCS. A Module that can be extended even more with Plugins!Few days ago we started working on Italian Fatturazione Elettronica and Revenue stamp on Invoices. Both features are crucial for companies based in Italy but we didn't want to make Settings page bigger for our non-Italian customers. Considering that we al...

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