We are excited to announce the release of WordPress Manager for WHMCS.

The WordPress Manager will allow users to manage their WordPress sites from within the WHMCS client panel without having to login to their cPanel account.

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WordPress Manager for WHMCS Launched 1

Users can manage the following options from WHMCS Manager :

  1. Install WordPress
  2. Upgrade WordPress
  3. Enable/Disable WordPress Core, Plugins, Themes Auto Upgrade Settings
  4. Install, activate, deactivate Plugins. Install from wordpress.org or upload from zip
  5. Install, activate, deactivate Themes. Install from wordpress.org or upload from zip
  6. Enable/Disable WP Debug Mode to find the cause of critical errors on the website
  7. Enable/Disable wp-cron.php which will be replaced with a native cron job once an hour in the cPanel account. This helps save resources on huge websites
  8. One click login to WordPress admin account
  9. Create WP Users and Reset Password for existing WordPress accounts
  10. Backups/Restore
  11. Backups on remote servers like Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, AWS S3, WebDAV, FTP, FTPS and SFTP
  12. Schedule auto backups
  13. Clone a website
  14. Create a Staging instance to test updates/plugins and then apply the changes on the live site
  15. Enable/Disable Search Engine Visibility
  16. Import sites from a Remote server via FTP/FTPS/SFTP
  17. and many more features in the making…

The WHMCS hook needs a license for one WHMCS installation but the same license can be used on all the Servers present in the WHMCS installation. Also this module requires Softaculous Premium version to be installed on the cPanel server where the user accounts are present.

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